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Home Safely Service - Australian Red Cross Alarm Service

There ia now a centralised intake and assessment unit for all Australian Red Cross HACC services. Therefore if one is accessing the service for the first time, contact the assessment team on:6234 7634 Provides assistance to carers of and people who may wander. Uses an alarm/tracking system that operates in the form of a pendent or belt, also works with police to maintain a register of Persons at Risk of Wandering.

Cnr Palmer St and Hindmarsh Dr
Suburb: GARRAN
State: ACT
Postcode: 2605

(02) 6234 7328

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