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  • ConnectGroups is the Peak Body in WA for Self Help and Support Groups. They provide assistance to support groups, families and individuals through referrals, training, advocacy and networking. ConnectGroups has a database of over 700 Self Help and Support...
    Western Australia
  • RMCLC usually is accessible Monday to Friday between 10am - 5pm for Monday & Thursday free legal evening advisory service (6pm - 7pm); community legal education; free information on accessing further legal advice &/or assistance; opportunities to...
    South Australia
  • Respite is provided by helping arrange and co-ordinate individually planned holidays. Each Holiday can be designed to meet both the needs of the individual and their carer.
    South Australia
  • CBS has three core business areas Recreation and Day Options Programs, Further Education in partnership with TAFE and Jobnet Employment Program.Our main day options service is Choices. We also run Lifestyle Links Recreation Program under contract with the...
    South Australia
  • This is a free international service for people with disabilities who want a holiday.There are over fifty accessible homes available. Some are houses, some apartments, some on the beach, some in the town. Travellers can visit the website, and fill out an...
  • This is an information service offering assistance to people with disabilities, their carers, families, and professionals who work with them.People visiting New Zealand may call for information about accessible venues and accommodation
  • Community Info-Line is a free information service run by the Glenorchy City Council.It has been operating since January 1987 and can be used by anyone. Community Info-Line can help you find out about child care, health, legal aid, migrant services, aged...
    Tasmania
  • Red Cross offers a variety of services for people with disabilities, and people in hospital.Volunteers regularly visit all wards of the hospitals in Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs, offering a library trolley service. Large print and 'hear-a-book'...
    Northern Territory
  • MDFSA  provide a  skilled  and vibrant  team of  professional support  staff across the Northern Tablelands region providing a broad range of disability services. Together with their  knowledge of local resources...
    Queensland
  • This is a regular radio service, majoring in providing information for people who cannot read print or who cannot easily do so.It is broadcast on 990 kHz (AM band) for 24 hours a day. There is a live service, using volunteer readers from 6am till 11pm...
    Western Australia

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