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Fostering quality participation in sport and recreation. Aims to enhance the well being of all Tasmanians, and increase the social and economic benefits to the state. Life Be In It Programs. Youth At Risk. Encouraging a more active lifestyle for men and women aged 35 - 44. Active Tasmania :1800 252 476

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Burnie Library

TAS, Australia

Provides lending library services to meet information, education, social and recreational needs. Burnie has a large Local History Collection. Home Lending Services are available to those unable to access the Burnie Library. Strict conditions apply for the Home Lending Service. Please ask the staff regarding this service.

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Burnie Crossroads

TAS, Australia

Meets on the first Tuesday of each month 5.30pm - 7.30pm. To provide Christian education, fellowship and love to people with disabilities of all ages. Activities with spiritual, recreational, educational and social aspects fostering and encouragement of full acceptance and integration of people with disabilities into the local congregation. Fee includes meal.

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Special Olympics is a world wide organisation which provides training and competition for people with an intellectual disability. People with other disabilities may participate in training programs where no other opportunity exists.

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TABIS assists people with a brain injury to accept themselves, acknowledge their issues and be as personally effective as possible. Target group 16 to 65 years with a medical diagnosis of an Acquired Brain Injury. Program of rehabilitation and support services for adults with an ABI. Outreach program to other areas of the North. Part time worker situated at St Helens. Activities include art therapy, gym sessions and social outings.

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Crossroads Tasmania is an interdenominational Christian fellowship together with people with disabilities. Regular activities such as recreational and social opportunities, holiday activities and outings. Activities at each Crossroads branch are tailored to meet the needs of those members who attend.

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Devonfield Enterprises

TAS, Australia

The service provides a range of choices of day time activities for people with a disability unable to access employment options. Hours can be by negotiation Monday to Friday

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New Horizons Club

TAS, Australia

Providing sporting and recreational opportunities in the North for people with disabilities. The club has all year round involvement in the Special Olympics, Ausrapid and promotes the paralympics. Also has regional clubs at Scottsdale and George Town.

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TASRAD encourages the inclusion of people with a disability into sport and recreation activities. Peak body providing information on sporting venues, equipment and facilities for people with disabilities. Provides education and disability awareness to sport and recreation providers.

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Makes a range of items in a program that encourages participants to expand their skills and confidence. Access is by assessment of needs. At the assessment a care plan will be developed considering any special needs. Transport to the centre is available.

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The holiday home is situated at 185 St Helens Point Road, Steiglitz. It is on the waterfront with a level block, beach area and jetty. It has 3 twin bedrooms with mattresses and limited bedding supplied. A colour TV, video and radio is provided. There is a fully equipped and wheelchair accessible kitchen. People need to supply their own food and linen. The house is available for people with disabilities and their families. Bookings need to be made well in advance.

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Program is designed to meet the needs of your special child. For children aged between 3 and 12 years. Workers are police checked and experienced in dance and working with children with special needs.

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Provides an integrated sport of rowing for people with disabilities of all ages for social, rehabilitation or competition. Target group: those with physical or intellectual disabilities

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A community organisation which assists people with an intellectual and / or physical disability to participate in recreation and leisure activities. Cosmos aims to promote self-determination by supporting informed choice.

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An adaptive rowing program for people with disabilities (includes sensory, intellectual and physical disabilities). Aims to establish the program in each regional rowing centre.

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Provides people with disabilities with the opportunity to enjoy horse riding as recreation and therapy.

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Provides therapeutic riding experience and tuition for children and adults with a disability. Held in the grounds of Brooks High School.

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Aims to increase the mobility, stamina and flexibility of people who are slow walkers owing to various disabilities. After walk group usually meet for lunch.

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Sailability Tasmania

TAS, Australia

This charity is run Australia wide and seeks to make sailing available as a sport to all Tasmanians who have a disability. Cost for participants will be by donation to assist with the upkeep of the boats. Yachts are specifically designed for use by people with a disability to enjoy the freedom of sailing. Family members, friends and carers are also welcome on board.

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Kingston Pool is a 17m x 8m indoor heated pool catering for a greater community from toddlers to seniors. Conducts learn to swim classes for children and adults and aqua aerobics for the inured or elderly. A hydro lift chair is available for people with disabilities. The pool also provides ceiling-mounted hoists in their change rooms, and Austswim teachers qualified to instruct people with disabilities. Pool is heated to 31 degrees.

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The progressive YMCA Aquasafe program provides opportunities for participants to gain mobility, swimming and water safety skills. The program consists of three components; stroke development, water safety and personal development. Participants are presented with opportunities to develop skills or share experiences in the following areas; physical development, intellectual development and values. The programs offers 8 different levels. Pool also has a wet wheelchair, hoist into the pool, spacious disability change room and floatation equipment.

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This program is open to young people with a disability of school age and their families, including parents, guardians and siblings. Their aim is to facilitate whole family participation in activities that are fun. Activities include ten-pin bowling, swimming, sailing, outings, 2 to 3 day camps. All activities are free of charge to each family. Parents remain responsible for the safety and well being of their children. Support workers are provided by Family Based Care North.

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Companion Card

TAS, Australia

You can apply for a Companion Card if you can demonstrate ALL of the following: 1. You live in Tasmania 2. You have a disability 3. Due to the impact of your disability, you require attendant care support to participate at most community venues or activities and 4. Your need for this level of support will be lifelong

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Crossroads Tasmania is an interdenominational Christian fellowship together with people with disabilities. Regular branch activities providing recreational, social opportunities, activities and day trips.

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Pathways offers a community program for people aged 18 years and over with a diagnosed mental illness. A place is provided to develop new skills, relearn other skills, as well as participate in social, recreational and educational activities. Members are part of a team who plan group activities and outings.

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