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  • Elizabeth Bowey Lodge provides centre-based respite mainly during weekends and school-closure periods.There are three centres - 6 Yarnbrook Street Davoren Park (Adult Unit), 3 Ventura St Parafield Gardens (Childrens Unit), 7 Birdsmoor St Davoren Park (...
    South Australia
  • Parents of children with disabilities are able to receive regular planned respite care of up to 156 hours per child per year, on a pro rata basis. Respite care is provided by trained carers in their home or in the home of the child.
    South Australia
  • Provides home nursing for eligible people. Day care is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10.00am to 3.00pm with a midday meal provided at low cost. Community bus is available to assist with transport.
    South Australia
  • Provides recreational, social activities, and respite services. Morning and afternoon tea and A midday meal is included and a bus assists with transport. Banksia House is situated within the Millicent Hospital grounds. Mark any fax attention Banksia House.
    South Australia
  • Parents of children with disabilities may receive regular planned respite care of up to 250 hours per child per year, subject to the availability of fee relief and appropriate care provider. Respite care is provided by trained carers in their home or at...
    South Australia
  • Leisure Link is part of the wider service of the Community Programs Inc, provides respite care through recreation and leisure programs to people with a wide range of disabilities and age groups. Community Programs Inc also provide aged care, other...
    New South Wales
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  • Blue Care is an outreach of the Uniting Church, providing community nursing care and support care to people of all ages, in their home, place of employment or school. Blue Care is Queensland wide with 63 centres located throughout the state. Blue Care...
    Queensland
  • MWFSA is a community organisation that funds families to assist a person with a developmental disability acquired under the age of eighteen to enjoy and participate in community life.
    Western Australia

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