Hearservice is a division of the Deaf Society and is a premium provider of a range of products and services including: Comprehensive hearing assessments hearing aid fittings and management assistive hearing devices comprehensive fact sheets on a range
Our services include (however not limited to):
Assist participants and family members to help develop an individualized plan. We will provide information about services, supports and will assist participants to access this.
Assistance with Daily Living and Household Tasks:Assisting with and/or supervising personal tasks of daily life, which enable the participant to live as independently as possible (standard/high/overnight needs). We aim to build on a participants’ capacity to complete household tasks
independently or to actively participate in these tasks. In circumstances where a participant is not able to undertake these tasks, we are able to assist with household cleaning, meal planning, preparation and cooking.
Social & Community Participation:
Providing the individual one to one support with day to day tasks, such as shopping, attending medical appointments, social activities and visiting family members and friends.
Group and Centre-based Activities:
Social outings/group activities, where individuals meet and share stories.
Interpret & Translate:
Provide access to an interpreter when an individual may need to have details explained to them in the native language.
Respite: In home and in the community.
Community Nursing Care: Provide community nursing care to participants who may need care in their homes. This includes a range of services, such as hygiene assessment and assistance, medication supervision and wound care management. This involves support from a highly trained professional who will respond to complex/tailored needs.
Provide therapeutic support to participants, to adapt and build capacity to participate in the broader community.
Not-for-profit organisation that supports people with a disability and older people to be as independent as possible via in- home support, respite, case management, counselling, polio network, accommodation, recreation, information, and outreach support.
The Independent Living Centre Victoria is a service of Yooralla which provides advice and information on Assistive Technology (adaptive aids and specialised equipment) to enhance independence with daily living in and out of the home. The ILC also has a telephone inquiry service, website and display to assist people in choosing equipment. The ILC does not sell anything but can provide details of suppliers. The primary site is located at Braybrook. There is a secondary site at Blackburn open by appointment only.
Integrated Education and Communication (IEC) offer individualised educational and behavioural programs to children who have autism and other related developmental disorders. Services include: psychology services, direct care providers & workshop training
379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, Victoria 3131Australia
Tel: (03) 9262 6333 Fax: (03) 9262 6490Email: firstname.lastname@example.org