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Family and Community Services Ageing, Disability and Home Care

Community Support Teams are part of Family and Community Services Ageing Disability and Homecare (ADHC). ADHC provides services to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of people with disability, their families and carers. Services are provided using a person-centred, family centred, strengths based and prevention approach. Teams are based in local areas and have knowledge of the local community and the services and supports that are available. ADHC Community Support Teams include Case Managers, Behavioural Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Psychologists, Speech Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists.

National Disability Coordination Officer

What is the NDCO Program? It is a priority for the Australian
Government to assist people with disability enter tertiary education and
find a job in order to increase economic and social participation. The
NDCO program helps people with a disability access, and participate in,
tertiary education and subsequent employment through a national
network of NDCO’s. The Australian Government is committed to helping
people with a disability because there can be challenges finding a job or
continuing with education after secondary school. The NDCO program
aims to address those barriers by: Improving links between schools, universities, vocational education
and training organisations, job services and organisations that
support people with disabilities. Improving transitions between school/community and tertiary
education and finding a job. Improving participation in tertiary education and work.
How can the NDCO program help? NDCO’s work strategically with
stakeholders in their region to reduce barriers to participation, help
smooth transitions, build links and coordinate services for people with a
disability between education, training and employment. NDCO’s can: Establish or support links between local organisations to build
bridges between tertiary education institutions and job services in
order to help people with a disability transition from study to work. Work with educators, employers and other people in the community
to identify and address barriers to participation. Work with local stakeholders to help them implement policies that are
designed to help people with disabilities.

Orange Disable Community

Orange City Council provides a range of services for people living with a disability and their carers. These services are delivered in accord with :

Orange Wheelchair Support

Specialised Wheelchair Company Pty Ltd We provide a Specialised Service in the prescription of Custom Assistive Technology including Power and Manual Wheelchairs, Custom Seating and Pressure Care Management. We run a Private Seating Clinic assisting those with complex seating needs. Also we have a range of recreational equipment including Self Balancing Wheelchairs (based on the Segway), sports chairs and beach chairs.

Armidale Disability Care Support Lookout

Point Lookout is the must-see destination for visitors to New England National Park. Perched on the edge of the Great Escarpment, it offers panoramic views across the World Heritage rainforest to the ocean in the distance.

At sunrise, the mist in the valley turns from orange to pink as the sun erupts above the distant horizon. It’s no wonder this is one of the most photographed sunrises on the NSW North Coast.

Accessible to all, Point lookout is a 200-metre walk from the carpark on a wheelchair-friendly track. Pack a picnic, have a barbeque and spend a few hours relaxing and admiring the view. Read about the wonders of the Gondwana rainforest, Aboriginal cultural heritage and the history of this unique location in the picnic shelter.

While you’re there, why not venture off to discover the rainforest below on the many walking tracks that start here?

Armidale Disability Cares Support and Things to do

With four distinct seasons, the Armidale area is great to visit year-round. It is beautiful in autumn when the trees change into a rich palette of red and orange. The New England wine region is home to several top wineries producing exceptional cool-climate chardonnay, riesling and shiraz.

The region has four national parks that form part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area: the New England National Park, the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, the Cunnawarra National Park and the Werrikimbe National Park. For spectacular views, take a helicopter joy flight with Fleet Adventures.

Explore the natural attractions on outdoor adventures such as bushwalking, kayaking, rafting, fishing, rock climbing and mountain biking. Follow the misty curves of the Eagle’s Nest walking track or camp beside the towering Wollomombi Falls. The Waterfall Way is a scenic drive between Armidale and Coffs Harbour through five national parks.

Orange Local Government and Disability Support

Choices at Home – Orange City Council Choices at Home provides a range of services for older people and people with disability including Meals on Wheels, volunteer assisted shopping, tele care, visiting services, minor home maintenance, community restaurant and a range of social support services including a men’s group, craft group, bus trips, Women’s Shed and more.

Orange Human Department

Department Human Services We offer a range of health, social and welfare payments and services through the following programs: Medicare looks after the health of Australians through programs such as the:  Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme . Australian Childhood Immunisation Register and, Australian Organ Donor Register Centrelink delivers payments and services and provides services at times of major change

Orange Disability Care Support and Community History

Orange Disability Care and Social Enviornment

Orange is a city in the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. It is 254 km (158 mi) west of the state capital, Sydney [206 km (128 mi) on a great circle],[3] at an altitude of 862 metres (2,828 ft). Orange had an estimated urban population of 40,493[1] as of June 2018 making the city a significant regional centre. A significant nearby landmark is Mount Canobolas with a peak elevation of 1,395 m (4,577 ft) AHD  and commanding views of the district. Orange is situated within the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri Nation.

Orange is the birthplace of poets Banjo Paterson and Kenneth Slessor, although Paterson lived in Orange for only a short time as an infant. Walter W. Stone, book publisher (Wentworth Books) and passionate supporter of Australian literature, was also born in Orange. The first Australian Touring Car Championship, known today as V8 Supercar Championship Series, was held at the Gnoo Blas Motor Racing Circuit in 1960.[4]

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Address: 4/390 Clergate Road, ORANGE NSW 2800

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North Manly NSW 2100,  Sourthbank VIC 3006