Access & Support – Aged Care & Disability
Access and Support services provide short term support for the elderly, younger people with a disability (who are not eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme), and their carers, who need help to stay at home and who:
- have diverse needs or circumstances
- need help with understanding the range of support services that may be available
- need help with accessing services.
An Access and Support worker may be able to help you access services if you, or someone you are caring for, is:
- an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
- culturally and linguistically diverse
- living in a rural or remote area
- financially or socially disadvantaged
- a veteran (including spouse, widow or widower)
- homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
- lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex
- a Care Leaver (Forgotten Australian, Former Child Migrant or Stolen Generation)
- a parent separated from children by forced adoption or removal
- living with dementia
No fees are charged for Access and Support services.
Contact Gabriele Rukas, Sector Development – Policy & Practice at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (03) 9354 9555
Read more about the Access & Support Program here
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