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Centre based respite for frail elderly people and younger people with a disability.Activities include videos, guest speakers and outings, craft. Clients from outside the Belconnen area are welcome but will need to provide their own transport.

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Part of the national COSS network whose shared goal is the systemic representation of disadvantaged people and the promotion of equitable social/economic policies. Draws membership from the community services sector, advocacy and self-help groups and individuals. Aims to provide research and policy advice on issues relevant to these target groups.

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Provides advocacy, information, representation and education to people with a disability, people who are ageing and their family care-givers. Membership fees apply. Concessions available. No fees charged for advocacy.

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Alzheimers Australia ACT

ACT, Australia

Provides information, support and education to people diagnosed with dementia, their families and carers. Free call, 24 hrs, on 1800 100 500.

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Provides a wide range of social and recreational activities for people aged over 50, including dancing, games, craft and day trips. Welfare often available by appointment. Currently running an activity program.$3.30 per daily attendance, membership $7.50per year. additional fees for special activities.

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Carers ACT Inc

ACT, Australia

Offers information, respite, counselling and social support to all carers who provide care and support for a parent, partner, child or friend who has a disability, mental illness, chronic condition or who are frail aged. Young carers program, Employed Carers, Mental Health Respite, Flexible Families, Indigenous Carers Program CALD program, Mature Carers, Respite Links. Carer Education , Social Groups and events.Fees for some services.

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Centacare-Canberra

ACT, Australia

Aims to provide quality support and counselling services, including mediation, advocacy and social education.

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Community Connections Inc

ACT, Australia

Comunity Connections is non-government organisation which supports people with a disability to achieve an ordinary life. Our objectives are to develop capacity for natural support networks, minimise dependence on paid services and maximise inclusion in the community.

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Community Options Inc

ACT, Australia

Co-ordinates services for people who are frail aged, have a disability or live with dementia, and their carers to enable them to continue living at home.Domestic Assistance: contact service

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Croatian Care Program

ACT, Australia

Provides assistance, liaison, referral, advocacy and information for frail aged, younger disabled people and their carers from European communities to maintain independence in their own homes for as long as possible and to access community services. Case managers are avavilable.

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Tandem provides support at home and within the community for children/young people with disabilites and their families,adults with disabilites,frail aged people, and people with mental health conditions living in the ACT.

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Offers community support programs including; social support for seniors, supported shopping, coffee break, playgroups, volunteer program, multicultural social and english conversation group, community and aged care workers, family support worker, carers support group, school aged care and holiday programs. Youth activities. Disability programs- general day care. Please contact for details of meetings or groups.

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Provides information, support, referral, case management, transport and a centre based day care with hot lunches for the frailed aged and younger people with a disability.

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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.

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In-home support available with both domestic and personal asistance provided. Respite services and companionship. A young carers program and case management also provided. Fees are negotiable. CACP and EACH packages.

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Koomarri

ACT, Australia

Support service for people with disabilities. Some programs provide services outside of business hours.

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Northside Community Service, a not for profit community based organisation, has many diverse programs: Childcare - permanent and casual Family and individual support Youth Casemanagement Volunteer support Aged Care and Disability Services Community Housing Supported accommodation for women Community Development Northside Professional Programs . Communities for Children

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Red Cross Meals On Wheels

ACT, Australia

Provides daily chilled and frozen meals on an ongoing basis to frail aged or younger people with disabilities. Volunteers deliver the meals.

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A system linked to a person's phone that enables them to push a button on a pendant or other trigger device to call for help.

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CIT Skills for Carers

ACT, Australia

Provides training and skills development for carers in the ACT. Individual or small group training for unpaid carers of an older person or person who has a disability.

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Provides a comprehensive range of services for families, older residents, and younger people with a disability including care management, outreach, community development, social activities, multicultural service, community transport, and various community training programs. Service has 5 child care centres, as well registered training centre and run playgroups.

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Non-profit organisation providing a range of services for all age groups. Responsive to the needs of Woden community. Services include childcare, school aged care, volunteer co-ordination, community transport service, disability programs, Youth Centre, support for older people, families and individuals, assistance for people living in public and community housing and general community assistance, and the magazine "The Big Issue". Mental Health program for people living on the south side of Canberra. Community Transport: Contact service 6281 4253. Social Groups for the aged: Monday Group at Pearce, Tuesday Wednesday and Fridays at Lyons, Hughes and Chifley, transport and lunch provided at a small cost. Please call Lorraine Moises on 6260 5400 for further information.

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Lead

ACT, Australia

Employment and training agency seeking to integrate people with a disability into mainstream work opportunities.Lead also provides employment for people with a disability in horticulture and cleaning services, Access program-community access social and recreational program for people with a disability, using community resources to support leisure pursuits.

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Family and individual support, regular parenting and personal development programs, support for the aged, people with a disability, Local Area Coordination in Gungahlin and Woden, English conversation classes, community information, volunteer services including transport, friendly visiting and assistance with shopping. Childcare for children 0-12 years. Wide range of cultural, recreational, educational and mental health group. Community organization. Youth Service. Leisure Program providing activities for people suffering from a mental illness-chess art etc.

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More than Armchair Aerobics is a day program, where participants can get out and about in the community, meet new people and form social connections with others who may be facing the same challanges.

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The service provides respite to carers of older people by providing care staff into the homes of the older person/family carer. This service allows the carer to attend appointments, participate in recreational activities etc. This service is particularly important to lone family carers who do not have local family support.

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Employed Carer Program

ACT, Australia

The Employed Carer Program supports employed carers who are caring for a person who is frail aged or has early stage dementia, but who is able to stay at home on their own. A range of services are available to provide practical assistance so that the employed carer is able to continue in employment. In addition this program works actively with employers to educate them as to carers issues and developing carer friendly workplace policies and practices.

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