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  • The aims of this group are to provide a social support network for people with schizophrenia, and to foster social and recreational activities. The Group works to increase community understanding of schizophrenia. This group is not part of the official...
    Australian Capital Territory
  • Volleyball Victoria is the central organising body for volleyball in Victoria. They can provide information on social and competitive volleyball in many formats throughout Victoria. They can also provide details on rules and resources, including...
    Victoria
  • This is a mobile van bringing prescription glasses to everyone.For people with mobility restrictions, who cannot get into the van, Jerry can bring a large number of sample frames into the clients house. The service is not equipped to perform eye testing,...
    Australian Capital Territory
  • Football Federation Victoria (FFV) is the central body for soccer in Victoria. In collaboration with Sport and Recreation Victoria, and the Leisure Action, the FFV assists in the development of wheelchair soccer. The role of the FFV is to support the...
    Victoria
  • There is a level picnic area and a wheelchair accessible ramp up to a lookout at the waterfalls and Jarrah Forest. Enquire at either the Jarrahdale office first (number above) if you need to use the wheelchair ramp
    Western Australia
  • This company has wheelchair accessible taxis. Access is via a ramp, and the passenger travels in their wheelchair, which is firmly secured to the floor.There is no extra charge for these cabs. It is sometimes possible to get one quickly, but it is...
    Queensland
  • This is the central body for pistol shooting in Victoria.Pistol shooting is a good sport for someone in a wheelchair. Most shooting ranges would either be accessible or accessible with some assistance. Please contact the Association for information on...
    Victoria
  • This is a social group for people aged 45 years and over.The groups meets every Thursday for morning tea at 10.15am followed by bingo and cards. Followed by a light luncheon at 1.00pm.
    New South Wales
  • Better Hearing Australia is a non-profit, self-help organisation, providing an important community service of rehabilitation and support for hearing impaired people with an acquired hearing loss. There are branches in every state, with a total membership...
    Victoria
  • This is a service which brings people together at centres within Wollondilly Shire for caring, fun and friendship.The main aim is to assist people to be self sufficient, and remain in their own homes. There are many recreational activities and these are...
    New South Wales

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