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Therapy, psychology, behavioural support services.

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Case management brokerage service Wide range of services brokered - 7 days x 24 hours. Services provided on the basis of assessed need and program guidelines. Case Managers available business hours. Clients may be required to make a contribution towards the cost of service provision - depending on their capacity to pay.

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CRS Australia - Moree

NSW, Australia

Return to work service for people who are injured or have a disability. Support/counselling in relation to returning to work.

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CRS Australia - Tamworth

NSW, Australia

Assist working age people with an injury or disability that inhibits/stops their ability to work.

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People with disabilities, illness, injury that prevent them from working or keeping a job.

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Community options is a case management and brokerage service for the frail aged, younger people with a disability and their carers who have complex care needs. The service provides coordination of needs and assistance. May include personal care, provision of meals, domestic assistance, transport, socialisation and respite care. One off items such as alarm systems may be purchased or loaned to consumers in receipt of case management services.

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Early intervention service for children aged 0 to school age with a diagnosed disability or a developmental delay in 2 or more areas. Children's needs are assessed and a multi-disciplinary team of therapists make up the child's early learning team. Individual programs and individual family service plans are devised. The child is seen regularly to enhance developmental transition to school.

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This service provides support coordination and direct services through the following programs: 126 CAPS Packages, 15 EACH Packages, 50 COPS Packages. Case Management under the Home and Community Care Program. 12 DEMENTIA RESPITE SERVICE (DRS) places for carers of people with dementia who have challenging behaviours. 5 CONNECT places, short term Case Management intervention service offering support planning and coordination to younger people with a disability, particularly people with acquired brain injury. CoMPacks, short term support for people leaving hospital - includes direct in-home service, support coordination and referral.

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Provides assistance and case management to clients with complex needs who are either frail aged, have a disability and their carers.

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Provides therapy, education and support for families and children (0-6) with special needs, developmental assessments and individual programs. Facilitation of workshops for adults (parents, early childhood workers, those interested) on topics related to early childhood development.

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Child Protection Issues Helpline 132 111

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Development of independent skills. Day centre for recreational/social/educational activities in Ballina at 127 Tamar St.

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We provide suggestions on ways to manage your disability or injury: - Employment solutions - Return to work programs - On the job training and support - Work Experience - Counselling - Work related, adaptive equipment or modifications.

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Western area intake number 1300 134 450 for all referrals (9am-4.30pm). Western Intake will assess for eligibility. Service assists people with an intellectual disability by identifying their particular needs and matching them with the services. Other Services include: Karanda Respite House, Psychologist, Behaviour Intervention Support, Speech Pathologist, OT and Physio service. (Current at 28/03/08)

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Provides information, advocacy, referral, training, resources and support services for parents, teachers and professionals on oral, verbal and motor dyspraxia and associated learning difficulties. Dyspraxia is a neurologically based motor planning disorder. National Dyspraxia Awareness Week 1st-8th Sept each year. Membership fee $40 for individuals/families per annum. $70 for organisations per annum.

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connect Child and Family Services is a family centred community service providing: an early development screening service; early childhood developmental support programs for babies and children; home visits for children aged 0-3 years with additional needs; inclusion support services for childcare services and after-school care; resource library for parents and educators; a mobile toy library and party hire service; free early intervention craft sessions for preschoolers; transition to school support for children with additional needs.

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A number of Early Intervention programs are available from this Centre. Early Childhood Advisory Service, Early Childhood Screening Service, Early Development Program, Early learners p/group, Early childhood Assessment & referral service.

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A wide range of supported employment choices are open to people with a disability to work at Afford's Minchinbury factory. Other employment opportunities available at Marrickville, Liverpool, Ingleburn, Minto or Llandilo. Workers can choose to work in a variety of jobs, including production, manufacturing or clerical at an Afford site. Workers receive on-the-job training and have regular reviews to ensure their employment needs are being met and their potential is being fully developed.

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Jobmatch

NSW, Australia

JOBMATCH is a specialised employment service which assists people with disabilities to find employment opportunities in the open labour market. JOBMATCH clients work in many fields including clerical, customer service, hospitality, retail, manufacturing and warehousing, travel and information technology. JOBMATCH support also includes career development which assists clients to gain new skills, wider experience and promotions. For Clients JOBMATCH offers: Professional assistance to find the right job; Career guidance and planning; Support in preparing resumes and application letters; Programs to develop interview and presentation skills; Individual training at the workplace; Post placement support for as long as required.

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Flexible respite - for school holidays and after school care. For children 5-18 years (must be attending school) in Auburn, Parramatta or Holroyd LGA living at home with a carer. Contact co-ordinator for information and inclusion on mailing list for application forms for school holidays. Fees: apply for after school program and for Activities for Holiday program.

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CRS Australia - Dubbo

NSW, Australia

Formerly known as the Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service. CRS Australia can help people to get a job if they have a disability, injury or health problem such as: back injury, heart condition, severe arthritis, emotional or psychological problems, speech difficulties, memory loss, head injury, learning difficulties, hearing or vision loss. CRS Australia can help by providing: advise on choosing the right job, work experience and support, training courses, and counselling. They can help people to manage disability or injury in the workplace including advice on pain management. They can also give practical advice on how to write job applications, how to prepare for interviews, and even arrange training with possible employers.

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The Macquarie and Far West Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program is a service available for children and adults who have had a brain injury. This program provides assistant to people in the old Macquarie and Far West Health Regions (inpatient, outpatient, and regional visits). Services include: comprehensive assessment to identify areas of difficulty, information about the types of things to expect following a brain injury, and how to manage these difficulties, assistance to access other services and assessments (e.g. neuropsychological and medical), assistance to develop personal goals and take steps towards achieveing them, support and counselling for the person who has had the injury and their family, assistance with return to work and/or driving, assistance with insurance related matters, and education and training on the effect of traumatic brain injury

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CRS assists people with an injury or disability to gain employment. Rehabilitation programs include: assessment and treatment, improving functional abilities, on the job training, work related education, retraining for people unable to return to previous work, advice on suitable alternative employment, counselling to help with considering future choices. Note that Vocational Rehabilitation is usually free for those who have an injury or disability and receive an income support benefit from Centrelink.

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Job Centre Australia Ltd.

NSW, Australia

Disability Employment Service. The aim of the service is to place, train and support people with disabilities into open employment. Disability may include physical, sensory, intellectual or learning. Phone for an information pack to join Job Centre Australia. Transition to Work program also available for recent school leavers with a disability.

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Provides training and support to enable people with disabilities to access and use their local community. For example using banks, shopping centres and recreation activities and work skills. Referrals are referred onto an allocation committee who then will set goals with the client and decide which program will meet their needs. The centre runs about 4 different programs per day from 9 am - 3 pm.

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The Flexible Support Options Program provides short term services to people with disabilities, their families and carers. Clients must have a disability as per the Disability Services Act. Applicants to the program must have a clear goal and exit point. The type of service provided is flexible and can include for example, purchase of equipment, training, therapy, behaviour intervention services and transport. Prospective clients are encouraged to make contact with the service to discuss applications. The Flexible Support Options Program also provide a Sport, Recreation & Special Event service for people with a disability. Activities are varied and include discos, supper clubs, skill building workshops, summer sport activities and integration into existing sporting and social events. Clients who might be interested in attending any of these activities are encouraged to register their contact details and receive regular flyers and newsletters about upcoming events.

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DADHC has 4 business streams: COMMUNITY ACCESS an info/intake service including entry to Community Support Teams (CSTs), Day Programs and Respite Centres. CSTs consist of Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Speech Therapists, Social Workers, Physiotherapists, Community Workers, Behaviour Intervention Clinicians, Community Nurses. They provide information/referral, assessment, behaviour intervention, support for carers and therapies i.e. assistance with seating, communication and eating problems. ACCOMMODATION AND RESPITE runs the group homes, residential facities and respite centres. HOMECARE helps older people/people with disabilities to continue to live independently in their homes by providing domestic support, personal care and respite for carers. It also operates the Attendant Care Program, which supports people with disabilities who need high levels of support. SERVICE DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING manages relationships and contact with DADHC funded service providers.

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Specialist service for children who are displaying symptoms of psychiatric illness or severe emotional or behavioural disturbance. All children need to be referred by a specialist paediatrician. School age children need to be referred by a specialist paediatrician or GP. New referrals will be prioritised by need. Urgent referrals will be seen within 5 days. Routine referrals may have a waiting period of up to 6 - 8 weeks. Work closely with school counsellors to maintain continuity of care for the child. 24hr telephone (1300 552 289) available to obtain information and advice. This is not an emergency service.

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Headway Illawarra

NSW, Australia

Headway is a service for individuals with an ABI. Initial assessmenteither at Headway or home visit. Social and leisure programs with an emphasis on community access, held weekly throughout the year, case management and individual advocacy. Community Education service provided free of charge to schools focussing on awareness and prevention.

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Noah's Ark Centre

NSW, Australia

Aims to provide a range of flexible, high quality services to children ages 0 - 8 years with special needs, and caring support to their families. Services include: Occupational therapy, Speech pathology, Playgroup, Pre-school group, Toy Library, $5 per term to borrow, Play based assessment, Behaviour management, Parent support groups, Fund aids to pre-schools, Family Disability Support program - main focus on recreation. Fees: Initial Assessment $25. $10 for family membership and $35 service fee per term, costs of allied health included in membership.

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Noah's Ark Centre

NSW, Australia

Aims to provide a range of flexible, high quality services to children with special needs and caring support to their families. Ages 0 - 8 years Occupational therapy, speech pathology, Pre-school group developmental learning sessions, Toy library $5 per term to borrow. Play assessment, behaviour management parent support group, fund aids to pre-schools, Family Disability Support program - main focus on recreation Fees: Initial Assessment $25. $10 for family membership and $35 service fee per term, costs of allied health included in membership.

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Information, assessment and referral service for the support of older residents and younger people with disabilities in Mosman, their families and carers. Home visits available.

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Offers comprehensive information about MS, specialist expertise in managing MS, and a range of programs aimed at enhancing lifestyle, health and well-being. The specialist staff work in close association with the medical and health professions, government, and other organisations, to deliver a wide choice of programs. Programs and services include: *a telephone and email advice and referral service; *access to consultation, assessment and follow-up support; *Immunotherapy education, *Training and follow-up Support; *a Newly Diagnosed Program; *an Employment Support program; *consultations with MS clinic Neurologists and Urologists (by appointment); *connections to other people living with MS and local MS support groups; *recreational activities; *a library; *educational seminars; *and respite accommodation options.

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The diagnosis and assessment of preschool children who are showing a general delay in development.

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Provides services and training on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Includes Autism Information Line, early intervention services, assessment, school outreach services, employment opportunities and community options for adults. Also runs six specialised schools and over 40 satellite classes connected to mainstream schools.

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Provides information, referral, assessment, service co-ordination/case management, counselling, family support, behaviour intervention, communication therapy programs, assistance with play skills and functional living skills, seating equipment input, support with gross motor skill development and mobility, and assistance with eating and drinking problems.

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Assessment, placement and support of students with a disability into mainstream classes in Catholic Schools.

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Coordinates and supports the placement and education of students with special education needs. This includes assisting with the transition of students with disabilities into work or further education.

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CRS Australia - Bega

NSW, Australia

Rehabilitation assistance to return to work; Assessment of individual needs and abilities; Employment assistance; Tailored rehabilitation programs; Workplace safety and design.

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Public Hospital providing community based health services Monday to Friday, including: Early Childhood services; Child and Family Health; Community Nursing; Short-term post acute care services; Home care. Also provides a post natal visiting program.

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Community support teams ,providing services for children and adults with intellectual disability and their carers in your local area.Services include information and referral,assessment,case management,behaviour intervention,counselling,family support,&living skills support and assistance with seating and positioning and eating and drinking problems.

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Goulburn Family Interchange is a Host Family Respite Support Service, providing high quality care for children and adults with a disability. Care is provided in the home of the volounteer host family, but can be provided in the client's home if required.

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McDermott Centre (HACC)

NSW, Australia

Centre Based Day Care for the frail aged. Activities and meal provided. Also meals and care provided for disabled. Neighbour Aid for frail-aged. Friendly visiting service: assists with shopping and social outings. Leisure Link: social activities for young people with a disability.

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Resource centre and outreach services to: Pre-schools; Early intervention centre; Education programmes for children 0-3 years with disabilities and/or developmental delay.

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A support service to assist children and young people aged 6-18 years, with a disability and their carers. The support offered assists young people to reach their full potential enabling them to be as independent as possible in their own environments.

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Assessment and treatment for adults and young people with mental illness or mental disorder. 24 hr crisis service available. Bi-lingual counsellors available. provides a Greek Schizophrenia support group.

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The City of Canterbury Early Childhood Intervention team is staffed by a Coordinator/Early Childhood Educator, one full time and one part speech Pathologists. The Coordinator manages the Early childhood Intervention team and supports families of children with special rights. Speech Pathology provides speech language assessments, individualized reports and intervention to children within the families homes and/or early childhood settings. Currently the waiting time is six months.

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Diagnostic and assessment services for children with a developmental delay or a suspected or identified disability living within the St George and Sutherland Shire areas.

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HeadEast

NSW, Australia

HeadEast assists people with an acquired brain injury to become more independent and to reintegrate into the community. A Community Access Worker assists individuals to set and achieve their own goals. These often include using transport independently, accessing training and education, developing recreational interests eg joining clubs and groups, finding voluntary work, accessing employment services, increasing support networks, addressing memory and organisation difficulties, achieving independence at home and in the community eg. meal preparation, budgeting and shopping. The Program targets up to 35 clients at any one time. An associated support group (Mindfields) meets on the 1st Wed of each month from 12.30pm -2.30pm at the Church in the Marketplace Bondi Junction. If clients are experiencing problems with substance abuse they must be seeking assistance to address this and be motivated to change this aspect of their lives in order to be eligible for assistance.

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A Commonwealth funded rehabilitation service aimed at assisting people with injuries or disabilities to obtain or retain work. Rehabilitation may include comprehensive assessment, vocational counselling, on-the-job training, and retraining. Physical up-grade programs can also be developed which aim to improve work conditioning and monitoring of return to work programs.

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CRS Australia - Maroubra

NSW, Australia

CRS provides employment solutions for people with injuries or disabilities via a process called vocational rehabilitation. Vocational rehabilitation enables a person with an injury, disability or health condition to get and keep suitable work. Provided eligibility criteria are met and following an initial assessment, a Case Manager establishes a Rehabilitation Plan to set the goal of a person's Rehabilitation Program. It outlines what services are needed to reach the goal, who will provide the services, and when services will be completed. The resultant Rehabilitation Program may then include, for example, a Return to Work Program or Vocational Counselling. Other services offered by CRS include: back injury, communication, driving, independent living, literacy, neuropsychological, and physical assessments; general counselling; career counselling; assistance with issues pertaining to occupation health and safety; and physical conditioning programs. .

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Assessment, consultation and/or therapy for children having difficulties with any of the following: co-ordination, fine motor problems, developmental delay.

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The Disability Programs Consultant works in partnership with parents and the learning support team to determine the most appropriate option to meet the needs of children with an identified disability and identify resources available to support the child's enrolment and arrange access to required services. Students with disabilities can be enrolled in regular classes with additional support, in a support class in a regular school or in a special school. Firstly an appraisal of the child's needs is undertaken by the learning support team and coordinated by the school where enrolment is sought in a regular class. If the learning support team believes that the support level requires alternative enrolment options (support class or special school) the Disability Programs Consultant will refer an application to the Sydney region placement panel who will determine access to service. Private schools are not included in this program.

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CRS Australia - Goulburn

NSW, Australia

Provides vocational rehabilitation services to assist people with a disability to return to work. This includes assessment of the disability, provision of training, identification of suitable type of work and assistance to obtain or retain employment. Services are free to most eligible clients, unless costs are to be born by another part eg:Workers Compensation.

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Assessment to help older people choose the available services that most suit their needs that have been identified. This might mean community services provided in the home or residential care. SERVICE PROVIDED: Aged care assessment, ACAT Primary Health Care,Promotion and Education, Pallative care, Aboriginal health, Immunisations, Wound Management Wentworth Shire: Pomona, Wentworth, Darling View. Elleislie, Pooncarrie, Curwaa, Dareton, Mourquong, Buronga, Gol Gol, Trentham cliffs, Monak, Parringi, Mt Disperson.

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The Disability Specialist Unit is a multidisciplinary team which conducts developmental, intellectual, functional and health assessments for adults and children.

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A community based specialist, multidisciplinary health team for families where children are experiencing difficulties with development and/or behaviour, providing medical assessment and management, child counselling, family therapy, assessment by speech pathology and occupational therapy including brief intervention, psychological evaluation. Medical team works with DADHC for children eligible for their services, with community agencies, schools and preschools and with the Department of Education and Training providing integration support for children with physical problems. Staff work with the Special Education centre and the Stuart Centre. Provide some outreach services to Muswellbrook, Toronto and Awabakal Medical Centre.

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Information support, service co-ordination support, refer for assessment but do not do them themselves, support and interim support program for children who present with significant difficulties with vision, hearing, intellectual development, cognitive impairment, physical disability, scoial development, e.g. Autism Spectrum disorder, difficulties linked to a genetic or birth defect, difficulties with speech, language or communication, difficulties with behaviour. Playgroups.

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Early Links

NSW, Australia

Service provides outreach service to early childhood centres and support for families of children with development needs or disabilities aged 3-6 years who attend preschool or long day care centres. itinerant support teachs and therapists cover the Cessnock, Maitland, Dungog and Singleton Areas and Musswellbrook Upper Hunter. Assisting in the development and co-ordination of Individual Service Plans for families, and assistance with the Transistion to School process. Offices in Ashtonfield (Maitland, Cessnock, Singleton and Dungog) and Scone (Muswellbrook and upper Hunter).

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The Board of Management of Life Without Barriers, Gosford Council and the Minister for Disability have jointly purchased enough beach wheelchairs to be place on every beach in the Gosford LGA. The Terrigal Surf Clubs wheelchair is located in the First Aid Room. Interested people can contact the above number to reserve the chair at Terrigal beach for a certain period. They do not have to be registered with Life Without Barriers to access this service. All ages and disabilities are encouraged to use the wheelchair, to enable them to enjoy the beach. The wheelchairs wheels have been specially designed for easy access on the sand and in the water. Other beaches in the Gosford LGA with the beach wheelchair are: Avoca, North Avoca, Copacabana, Killcare, McMasters, Umina, Ocean Beach & Wamberal bookings are via the relevant local surf clubhouse. Wyong Shire Council has one beach wheelchair at Toowoon Bay.

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The Babies Program offers parents and carers of babies with disabilities and developmental delays, centre and home based early childhood intervention support. Individual therapy and early special education sessions focus on practical suggestions for families that can be easily incorporated into their daily routines. Strategies are also provided to assist babies develop the early skills that are the building blocks for all development.Baby Links is a weekly small group centre-based intervention program available Wednesdays and Fridays at Oatley and Thursdays at Menai. The group is coordinated and conducted by an Early Special Educator and therapists visit to guide play and learning.

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Assists people with an injury or disability to gain or keep employment and to live more independently in their community.Advice to employers as well.People who have a disability, health condition or injury are eligible to apply.

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The service comprises psychologists, behaviour programmers/community workers, social workers and community nurses. We have access to all services of OT, Speech Pathologists & Physiotherapists. The following services are provided: - Behaviour Intervention & Support - Case Management - Service Coordination - Referrals to other services - Accommodation support & advice - Therapy services - Information & referral to respite services, day activities, accommodation & support services There are currently waiting lists for Case Management, Behaviour Intervention and Support, and all adult therapy services.

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Provides assessment and child protection service for children and young people aged 0-18 who are at risk of physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse, domestic violence, neglect or homelessness. Also supports children and young people in Out of Home Care(adopted children and Wards of State), provides referral to crisis accommodation, after care services for young people leaving care and provides disaster recovery services.

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Bloomfield Hospital

NSW, Australia

A Mental Health service comprising of 8 units providing services in acute, sub acute, rehabilitation & psycho-geriatric.

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A training, learning and support program for people with a disability aged 18 years and over. Individual support and group programs including community access, living skills, communication and social skills, money management, pre-vocational programs etc. There are Locations in the Gosford and Wyong Shires.

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Provides Mental Health Assessments, support, advice, counselling and short or long term mental health care, information and support for family, friends and carers, 24hr Acute Care Service.

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Free and confidential service to empower people with intellectual disabilities to participate fully in community life. This support can be provided in the home, in pre-schools, schools and other community settings. Team includes Speech Pathologist, Physiotherapist and Community Support Worker

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Community Options provides individual case management to assist frail aged people, people with a disability and their carers who have complex needs. Community Options aims to assist people to remain living safely in their homes by providing case management. A Case Manager works with each client to develop an individual service plan tailored to meet their personal needs, coordinate services, provide monitoring, advocacy and referral.

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Supports people of working age with a mild to moderate intellectual disability, acquired brain injury, specific learning difficulties and mental health issues through an employment program which provides training and support in employment settings.

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CRS Australia - Bankstown

NSW, Australia

CRS assists people with an injury or disability to gain employment. rehabilitation programs include assessment and treatment, improving functional abilities, on the job training, work related education, retraining for people unable to return to previous work, advice on suitable alternative employment, counselling to help with considering future choices.

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This service provides case management & coordination of support for families who have children with mild to moderate disabilities or moderate to severe learning disabilities. Services can also include information & referral to other services. Family intervention & supportive counselling for families who are experiencing difficulties e.g. communicating, managing behavioural problems or dealing with reoccuring issues is also provided. Developmental disabilities can include ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome & autism in the mild to moderate range. Families must not be receiving case management services elsewhere.

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CRS Australia-Mittagong

NSW, Australia

Providing vocational rehabilitation services to assist people with a disability to return to work.This includes assessment of the disability,provision of training,identification of suitable type work,and asistance to obtain or retain employment.Clients must be endorsed by Centrelink to be eligible for the services,unless costs are to be born by another party eg: Workers Compensation.

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Provides a hospital and community based rehabilitation for people who have had a traumatic brain injury who live in Southern or South West Sydney.

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Provides case management and co-ordinated service approach using brokerage to link people with services to enable them to remain living independently in the community. For example: home nursing, respite care, home maintenance and repair, home help, personal care and meal services. Provide in home HACC assessment. Aims to avoid premature or inappropriate institutionalisation. Cannot access if already receiving other support services

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The Disability Programs Consultant works in partnership with parents and the learning support team to determine the most appropriate option to meet the child's learning needs, to identify the resources available to support your child's enrolment and to arrange access to services as required. Students with disabilities can be enrolled in regular classes with additional support, in a support class in a regular school or in a special school. An appraisal of the child's needs is firstly undertaken by the learning support team and coordinated by the school where enrolment is sought in a regular class.

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Mental Health Assessment and Case Management. Supervision for Staff Gov and Non-Gov. Group work and counselling. Mental Health Education Gov and Non Gov. Mobile Team. Able to visit at a preferred venue. Family Intervention focus in mental health. Education for Mental Health and young people. Staff supervision and In Service. Referrals, Liaison and advocacy, education and support, monitoring of medication.

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Healthy at Home Programme

NSW, Australia

A service offering an interagency approach to providing community care for frail older people who show signs of a medical condition or crisis that may require hospital admission. Fast tracked diagnosis and referral with 6 weeks case management is set in place to support and sustain living at home.

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The Spastic Centre

NSW, Australia

The Spastic Centre Services, Central Coast clinic runs from the Berkeley Vale Centre at the above address as part of the Hunter and Central Coast region of the Spastic Centre. The Stuart Centre Newcastle (listed separately) is the regional office. Enquiries for this service can be directed to the Stuart Centre or the Berkeley Vale Centre. Kids on the Coast Children's Service operates from the Berkeley Vale centre and focus is on the therapy and early educational needs of children and babies who have cerebral palsy or similar conditions. The therapy team also see children and young people from 6 - 18 years with a diagnosed disability who have significant and complex needs and has a limited Adult Support service for young adults with a physical disability. The team consists of physiotherapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, an early childhood educator.

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Early Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Communication and/or Learning difficulties..Currently helping with Brain Injury, Stroke, Developmental Delay, Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Hearing Impairment and so much more.... Perfect for any Early Intervention program.

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