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The Alkira Centre

The Alkira Centre offers support to over 180 disabled adults across 11 service sites which include Day Services Residential Services Respite Care and Recreation Services

The Tipping Foundation

The Tipping Foundation is a non-profit organisation established in 1970. We are named after E.W Tipping, a well known journalist in the 60's and 70's, who was a passionate supporter of disability services and social justice. The Tipping Foundation provides disability services in our own accommodation, in your home and in the community. We also provide respite services (or respite-like support under the National Disability Insurance Scheme), support co-ordination, behaviour support and skills development programs under the NDIS

UnitingCare lifeAssist

UnitingCare lifeAssist has been assisting vulnerable and disadvantaged people, as well as their carers and families, since 1987. Until mid-2014 we were known as UnitingCare Community Options (UCCO). If you, or someone you know, has been diagnosed with a disability and requires assistance to live in the community, lifeAssist can help you to access the support you need, whether through government funded support, or through self-funded services.

Vision Australia Blindness and Low Vision Services

Provision of support services and low vision aids to individuals and families to people who have vision impairment or who are blind.

WISE Employment

'Skills2Work' is a Transition to Employment initiative funded by the Department of Human Service's 'Futures For Young Adults' program. Skills2Work is designed to give young people with disabilities the support and training they need to suceed in the workplace and beyond. Skills2Work offers a gentle transition into working life, with exposure to a wide range of jobs, industries and training opportunities. It is flexible, supportive, hands on training that goes beyond the classroom.