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A regional contact point for carers who require support & respite services to assist them in their caring role, in the Southern region of Melbourne. The service also provides information about local aged and disability services to assist people to live independently in their own home. Carer support services are available from 8.30am-5.00pm weekdays, including an urgent response 24 hours a day, by phoning Freecall 1800 059 059. This service provides emotional support to carers, assists them to make informed choices about their caring and support needs, and can arrange access to respite services tailored to meet their needs and the person they care for. The community information and referral service is available from 8.30am-5.00pm on weekdays by phoning Freecall 1800 052 222. This service is aimed at people living at home alone, general practitioners, service providers and students who require information about community aged care, disability and other support services.

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Provides a central source of information and links health professionals, general practitioners, other service providers, carers, and individuals with agencies providing care and support in the North West Region. Anyone may use the Centre by visiting personally or by telephoning the 1800 telephone number.

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Provides a central source of information and links health professionals, general practitioners, other service providers, carers, and individuals with agencies providing care and support in the North West Region. Anyone may use the Centre by visiting personally or by telephoning the 1800 telephone number.

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Have recently taken over Carelink from Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation. Waltja continue to provide outreach services for Carelink.

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Information for frail aged and people with disabilities, also for their carers and the general public.

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The Commonwealth Carelink Centre aims to help you live independently in your own home. It can provide information about community aged care, disability and other support services. It can also provide advice on - - the range of services available and how to contact them - who is eligible to receive the services - whether there are any costs associated with receiving the services, and - aged care assessment services for access to Community Aged Care Packages or entry into aged care homes.

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The Commonwealth Carelink Centre provides a single point of access for information about, and referral to community care services in a region through the establishment of a national telephone number. (1800 052 222). This service is available to all residents with particular reference to the elderly and people with a disability. The single source of information provided by Commonwealth Carelink Centres makes the time consuming and sometimes complex task of finding care and support easier.

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RESPITE SERVICE: 24 hour respite service. Provides information/advice to carers about respite options, plus referral to services. Coordinates short term emergency or planned respite. Purchases respite when there is no alternative. Out of hours service ie. nights/weekends and phone for crisis situations. INFORMATION SERVICE: Provides information to help link older people, people with disabilities and people who care for them with a wide range of community, aged care, and disability services. The range of services include Home assistance, transport, respite, support services and assessment services.

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The Carelink Centres are free information services that provide information and guidance about what health and community care support services are available in the local area and how to contact them.

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Community information service to support older people and people with a disability to remain living independently in their homes and avoid premature entry into aged care facilities. Provides information about: ACATs, CACPs, HACC Services, Allied Health Services, GPs, Accommodation, and other services to meet an identified need.

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For after hours emergency respite freecall-1800 059 059

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Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres aim to support carers by facilitating their access to respite care, information and other forms of support or assistance, according to the needs and preferences of the carer. Through the Carelink Information Service the Centre provides information to assist older Australians and younger people with a disability access information on services available in their region that can assist them in living independently. Operates the Residential Respite Booking service, Young Carers at risk program, Mental Health respite program, and has funding available to eligible working and ageing carers.

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Gold Coast Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre Wide range of Information on services for frail aged and disabled.

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Commonwealth Carelink Centres are an initiative of the Australian Dept of Health and Ageing, and provide free information about community aged care, disability and other support services. The Commonwealth Carelink Centre - Orana is one of 54 regional Centres around Australia, linked by a Freecall 1800 052 222 number. It covers the local government areas of Bogan, Bourke, Brewarrina, Cobar, Coonamble, Dubbo, Gilgandra, Mid-Western Regional Council, Narromine, Walgett, Warren, Warrumbungle, and Wellington.

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Community information service to support older people and people with a disability to remain living independently in their homes and avoid premature entry into aged care facilities. Provides information about: ACATs, CACPs, HACC Services, Allied Health Services, GPs, Accommodation, and other services to meet an identified need.

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To help you live independently in your own home, Commonwealth Carelink Centres provide free information about local community aged care, disability and other support services.

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The Centre provides free information about aged care, disability and Carer community support services to all areas in Australia. Services include Household Help, Home Maintenance & Modifications, Personal Care, Transport, Day Care, Therapy, Community Aged Care Packages, Dementia Services and Assessment Agencies. Please call to find out about your closest Commonwealth Carelink Centre.

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Provides information on local community services and support for frail aged people and persons with a disability.

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An information service putting older people, people with disabilities and those that care for them in touch with community, aged care & disability services to maximise independence.

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Carelink provides information on services to support people to continue to live independently in the community Updated September 2008

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Commonwealth Carelink Centres are information centres for older people, people with disabilities and Service Providers who provide care and services. Centres provide free and confidential information on community aged care, disability and other support services available locally, interstate or anywhere within Australia. Some of the community information service include providing information of organisation which supports older people and people with a disability to remain living independently in their homes and avoid premature entry into aged care facilities. Some of these organsations are Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT), Community Care Aged Packages (CACP), Home Care (HACC) Services, Allied Health Services, GPs, Accommodation, and other services to meet an identified need.

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Carers Kit

QLD, Australia

Carers Kits are compiled to meet the needs of individual carers, and can consist of any types of information requested, i.e. respite, advocacy, dementia, mental health, etc.

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This booklet provides an overview of the programs and support services available for frail older people, younger people with disabilities, their carers and families. Produced by the Southern Tasmanian Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre as a guide to the services designed to help people with continuing to live independently, in their community. Provides an overview of Community Care, HACC, Case Management, Packages of Care (inc. CACP & EACH), Respite Services, Allied Health Care and other community, aged and health services. If you would like a copy please contact the Southern Tasmanian Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre: freecall 1800 052 222

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Asset Assessment

QLD, Australia

Asset Assessment form to aid with the documentation required for admission in to residential care

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