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  • COSHG is a network of self-help and social action groups. These groups are made up of and controlled by people who are directly affected by a particular issue. Self Help Groups are groups of people who get together with others 'in the same boat' to...
    Victoria
  • The Melbourne Mobility Centre is a unique service dedicated to improving access for all, in the heart of Melbourne.People with disabilities, older people and anyone needing a little extra help to get around will welcome the Centre's range of services,...
    Victoria
  • The ACT and surrounds is a vibrant community whose members come from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds. Our customers want support services that are flexible and compatible with their lifestyle and that enables them to stay an active and...
    Australian Capital Territory
  • The CRCCSR is a part of Alfred Health and is the regional contact point for carers/ families (including young carers) and the community.  It is funded by Commonwealth and State governments.  The Centre provides respite and practical and...
    Victoria
  • This service provides activities such as recreation (some fees apply), accommodation (fees apply), independent living skills, information, case management, Auslan tutorial, community development,advocacy, parenting programs, family support groups and...
    Victoria
  • HR&SS assists people with disabilities to participate in the greatest range of life choices, as active community members
    Victoria
  • DIRC offers a free computerised information service for people with disabilities and their carers.This service has information on all available support and services relevant to any type of disability. DIRC will supply you with all the details you need to...
    New South Wales
  • Works to link people with disabilities of Italian background to appropriate services.
    New South Wales
  • This is an information service for all in the community, but with considerable information for people with disabilities.Townsville City Council produced a disability access publication and map in December 2007.
    Queensland
  • Information, support, and awareness to individuals with Parkinsons, families and carers, and the general community. Training individuals and service providers.
    Queensland

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