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  • Mandala offers a variety of activities for people with a moderate to severe intellectual disability.The are two day programs Monday & Wednesday, these provide activities in the local community such as movies, club outings, train trips and bowling....
    New South Wales
  • This Club aims to promote opportunity for people with a disability to participate in sport and recreational activities.Sport and recreation activities are provided for people of all ages who are living in Launceston and Northern Tasmania. There is a major...
    Tasmania
  • RAPS facilitates social and recreational activities involving people both with and without disabilities and produces a calendar and newsletter quarterly.RAPS is a consultative organisation that has been involved in activities ranging from absailing to...
    New South Wales
  • Peer Support provides social, recreational and leisure opportunities for young people with disabilities. Every Saturday an outing is run where clients can attend, we visit places like the zoo, aquatic centres, discos and movies. Outings are catered to the...
    New South Wales
  • This organisation can refer people to the organisations in SA who offer sports activities for people with hearing impairments.Please ring direct for more information.
    South Australia
  • This is a social and leisure group for younger people with disabilities and carer needs.The care is provided by trained staff and volunteers. There are a variety of activities, and about eight are run every month. The activities are chosen with the needs...
    New South Wales
  • Headway was founded in 1987 by a group of concerned parents and health professionals to provide support services to people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). We are a community-based, not-for-profit, non-government organisation. Membership of Headway is...
    New South Wales
  • Halycon offers a drop-in centre, a range of social, recreational and developmental group activities, one on one support, Internet access and training, a youth program 17 - 25 years Thursday evenings 5.00pm to 7.00pm. Program hours for clients are 11.00am...
    Victoria
  • FRANS programs include community access recreation for children, teenagers and adults.Soccer for kids and adults with an intellectual disability. Short term respite care, respite options, out of school hours (OOSH) care, family day care inclusion, early...
    New South Wales
  • Life Without Barriers is an organisation committed to providing a quality, innovative, flexible service for people who are living with disabilities in the community.Services offered include community access and day programs.
    New South Wales

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