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  • This Program provides young people with intellectual disabilities living, studying or working in the local council area. Clients are offered the opportunity to participate in local community recreational activities of their choice. Programs have also...
    Victoria
  • The aim of SWSA AAA (Access for All Abilities) is to facilitate the development of sustainable community based sport and recreation opportunities for people with disabilities through regionally oriented providers.The South West Sports Assembly AAA program...
    Victoria
  • The Home and Community Care (HACC) program provides services for the frail aged and young people with disabilities who live in the community. By offering a range of basic support services HACC enables people to continue to live at home for as long as...
    Queensland
  • Community Options is a community care case management service. Clients are assisted with accessing, organising and co-ordinating community care services, with the aim to ensure that the appropriate services are provided to enable clients to remain living...
    Tasmania
  • Respite care for children with disabilities. Parents of children with disabilities are able to receive regular or irregular planned respite care of up to 250 hours per child per year, subject to the availability of fee relief and appropriate care...
    South Australia
  • This Service aims to identify and lobby for the needs of people with disabilities in the Riverland and to develop services which cater for those needs.This organisation acts as an advocate on behalf of people with any type of disability. Assistance is...
    South Australia
  • This association offers assistance to people with MND, their carers and families.This association offers support to members and their families. Provide an equipment loan library, care advisory service, counseling and access to other services.
    Western Australia
  • The ACT & Districts Stoma Association Inc is a voluntary, non profit organisation formed to further the mutual interests and welfare of its members (colostomates, ileostomates and urostomates). 
    Australian Capital Territory
  • Also operates Chatswood Social Club for adults with mild intellectual disability and low support needs each Tuesday evening 6-9pm. Annual membership fee $15 plus occasional activity costs. 
    New South Wales
  • We can provide any support for these activities(so the person with the disability can attand without their carer)
    Australian Capital Territory

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