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NTCOSS is a peak body for the non-government sector and a voice for people who are disavantaged.

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Responsible for all equity issues within the university. These can include discrimination, barriers to access or problems faced by students in identified target groups - people with disabilities etc. Offer free counselling service. for students with disabilities provided with support and equipment necessary to their studies.

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LERC - Language, Education & Resource Centre for North East Arnhem Land. FAMILY SERVICES SECTION

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Community Development and Employment, housing and related infrastructure, legal aid, native title claims, and maintaining indigenous culture and identity.

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Community Development and Employment, housing and related infrastructure, legal aid, native title claims, and maintaining indigenous culture and identity.

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Free legal aid for Aged and Disabled, Welfare Rights, Tenant's Advice Service, Human Rights & Public Interest Law clients requiring information & Advice.

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A three - phase program to deliver education about cardiac services to clients in the Top End. Phase 1 - Inpatient education Phase 2 - Exercise and education Phase 3 - Maintenance with weekly phone call, exercise classes and education sessions. Weekly pre-procedure class to provide outpatients with information about procedures taking place interstate. Diabetes education and information available Aboriginal Health Workers on staff for Darwin area. Indigenous Project Officer on staff and visits outlying communities. Dietitian on staff for both programs, but predominantly diabetes clients.

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Hospital visiting team offering initial support and information when a baby with Down Syndrome is born (an information pack is also provided). Offering Parent and Family Support, an awareness program for the wider community and a resource library. Resource library and a computer aided learning program for children. Membership $25 per year

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Refugee and migrant settlement program

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Information, advice and training about working conditions and any problems about employment. After Hours by appointment. This service is Territory wide and they do try to visit communities and smaller towns.

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Mainly advocates for residents of Commonwealth funded nursing homes, hostels & people representing them, and people who have been assessed & waiting to move into residential homes.

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LifeNet NT

NT, Australia

Public Hospital, Organ donation Co-ordinator available 24hrs/7 days per week. Organ donations including heart, lung, liver, pancreas and kidneys can be donated up to age 75. Tissue donations including corneas, heart valves, bones, skin, cartilage and tendons. Corneas only up to 90 years of age. Special conditions apply - telephone co-ordinator for further information. Once donation has been made, the body is surgically repaired and returned to family, etc. for normal burial, without major delay.

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Exists to raise the profile of volunteering and to ensure that the contribution volunteering makes to society is recognised and accounted for.

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