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Offers day time support for people with an intellectual disability. NOSS employs support workers to assist people in their social and recreational pursuits. Business service employs people with a disability in gardening and processing areas.

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C.O.A.S.T provides a range of daytime activities to people with a disability unable to access employment options. Provides planned and co-ordinated access to activities in the community for people living at home.

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Devonfield Enterprises

TAS, Australia

Provides a wide range of services including: respite; centre-based day care; personal care; supported accommodation; supported employment options.

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Independent Services

TAS, Australia

Provides people with disabilities 16 years and over, with opportunities to increase their skills and participate in activities in the community of their choice. Independent Services runs programs such as book appreciation, budgeting, cooking, craft and sewing.

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Multicap

TAS, Australia

Provides a wide variety of residential support services in the North and North West of Tasmania and extensive day services in the North West. Also produces communication aids

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Multicap

TAS, Australia

Art Studio - catering for art classes as well as helping with daily skills in readiness for entering the work force.

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Provides a program of independent living for participants. The program runs in flexible modules (from day option, overnight, to staying two weeks), during which time the participants live in a training unit within the community. Provides follow up and offers choices in eventual housing options.

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Derwent Day Options

TAS, Australia

Provides a range of programs which are designed to meet the individual needs of its target group, in all life area domains except residential and advocacy. Provides skills-based training and employment opportunities in order to promote image, competency and independence.

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The Parkside Foundation's transition program - Post School Options - provides a range of vocational skills and life skills training to young adults with disabilities.

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Provides driver instruction for people with a disability.

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The Youth Break Program is for young people aged between 15 and 25 years of age. It is focused on social and life skills development that clients will need to assist them in working towards an independent life and to develop friendships. To access the program contact the Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre on 1800 052 222.

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