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HACC development officers provide a range of support, resource and information services for HACC-funded agencies and other organisations providing services for the HACC target group. The officers promote the HACC program, establish & maintain support networks, provide information about policies & guidelines, promote good practice and address the training needs of HACC-funded organisations.

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Transport for Health (IPTAAS) is designed to assist people in isolated and rural communities to gain access to specialist medical treatment not available in their own area. Assistance is provided for both travel and accommodation costs. Transport for Health (TFH-IPTAAS) is not a full reimbursement scheme and a mandatory personal contribution of $40 ($20 for pensioners or Health Care Card holders) will be deducted from the total benefits payable per claim. The patient must have to travel at least 100 km (one way) from the usual place of residence to visit the nearest treating specialist. Other eligible persons may possibly include an escort to accompany the patient where it is medically necessary. IPTAAS forms are available from doctors' surgeries, hospital social workers, IPTAAS offices, or www.health.nsw.gov.au

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The HACC Development Officer is able to provide information and support to HACC service providers. The Officer may also advocate for consumers of services regarding their access to services, and any other issues they may have with services.

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Community development information and advice for the Shire of Dungog.

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Housing for people who are financially disadvantaged. Applicants must meet eligibility criteria - Australian citizen or permanent resident Resident of NSW. Able to meet asset and income test. Over 18 years old. Applications for priority housing for people with a disability or mental illness. Documentation, eg medical certificate and letters of support, is required. Specialist staff available to discuss needs if required.

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Dept of Housing - Dapto

NSW, Australia

Accommodation for people who are financially disadvantaged. Eligible people must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident of NSW, over 18 years and meet income and assets test. Special assistance and rental assistance available. Application is dated when received. Applications for priority housing for people with a disability or mental illness. Documentation, eg medical certificate and letters of support, is required. Specialist staff available to discuss needs if required.

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Provision of housing for people on a low income. To be eligible, people must be: An Australian citizen or permanent resident of NSW. Able to meet income and asset test. Over 18 years of age. Applications for priority housing for people with a disability or mental illness. Documentation, eg medical certificate and letters of support, is required. Specialist staff available to discuss needs if required.

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Provides carer information and referral to respite and other relevant services. This service has funding for short term flexible residential respite options depending on individual needs. People can self refer. Provides emergency and short term, one off respite and information on residential vacancies. Assists carers in accessing respite. Information /support to unpaid carers of frail older people and people with disabilities. Carers must be in caring role 6 months to be eligible for service. Telephone assessment. Information on carer support groups and counselling services. May be able to assist carers with transport for respite options.

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Helps to protect and care for children and young people who are at risk or are unable to live with their families. These goals are achieved through: assessment, therapy, behaviour management, social work.

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The Dept is responsible for policy, planning, resource allocation and performance measurement for the delivery of supports and services for older people, people with a disability and their carers in NSW. The Dept supports people with an intellectual disability to develop their skills and abilities so they can be more independent within their community. This includes delivering a range community support services, respite care and supported accommodation services for children and adults, as well as early intervention services to babies and young children who have a developmental delay. The Dept also assists frail aged people, younger people with a disability and their carers with housekeeping and personal care by providing general domestic assistance, non-medical personal care, live-in care, live-in emergency housekeeping, essential shopping and other home based services (through the Home Care Service of NSW).

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Helps to protect and care for children and young people who are at risk or are unable to live with their families. Also provides support for families and assistance for people with an intellectual disability to ensure their wellbeing and independence in their communities. These goals are achieved through: assessment, therapy, behaviour management, social work, community nursing and day program services - manage residential and respite care, family history record searches, children's services, welfare support. Teams within this office include: child team, disability services team and family team. Each team is comprised of psychologists, protection specialists, occupational therapists, speech therapists etc.

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The New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages records all births, deaths and marriages occurring in NSW and provides documentation to individuals to help establish a range of legal entitlements. The Registry also performs civil marriage ceremonies Monday to Saturday and most Sundays.

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Administers Home Care of NSW. Can answer questions regarding funding or administration of Homecare program or regarding complaints about the program. People seeking to access the Home Care Service of NSW must call the Referral and Assessment Centre on 1800 350 792. Services provided included domestic assistance, personal care and respite for carers.

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The Service System Development team is responsible for planning and development of services available to people with a disability, older people and their carers living in the South East Region of Sydney. This service is administered with DADHC Service Quality and Improvement Team and is jointly referred to as Service Development and Planning.

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State Member for Vaucluse

NSW, Australia

A Member of the Legislative Assembly works locally for the individuals, organisations and businesses in the area that he or she represents. The Member receives and deals with many requests for assistance concerning matters such as housing, transport, local councils, environmental issues, youth and community services, the police, and objections to land tax and water and sewerage rates. Some matters may be strictly outside the power of State Government and they will be referred to people who may be able to help. During the day, in the evenings and at weekends Members are expected to attend many meetings and functions relating to the community, schools, business organisations, charities and social or sporting clubs.

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