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Provides a central source of information and links health professionals, general practitioners, other service providers, carers, and individuals with agencies providing care and support in the North West Region. Anyone may use the Centre by visiting personally or by telephoning the 1800 telephone number.

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Provides a central source of information and links health professionals, general practitioners, other service providers, carers, and individuals with agencies providing care and support in the North West Region. Anyone may use the Centre by visiting personally or by telephoning the 1800 telephone number.

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Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres aim to support carers by facilitating their access to respite care, information and other forms of support or assistance, according to the needs and preferences of the carer. Through the Carelink Information Service the Centre provides information to assist older Australians and younger people with a disability access information on services available in their region that can assist them in living independently. Operates the Residential Respite Booking service, Young Carers at risk program, Mental Health respite program, and has funding available to eligible working and ageing carers.

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This booklet provides an overview of the programs and support services available for frail older people, younger people with disabilities, their carers and families. Produced by the Southern Tasmanian Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre as a guide to the services designed to help people with continuing to live independently, in their community. Provides an overview of Community Care, HACC, Case Management, Packages of Care (inc. CACP & EACH), Respite Services, Allied Health Care and other community, aged and health services. If you would like a copy please contact the Southern Tasmanian Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre: freecall 1800 052 222

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