WORK 'n' CARE
VIC community support and services
Association for Children with a Disability
We provide information, support and advocacy for families who have a child or young adult with any type of disability or developmental delay across Victoria.
E.W. Tipping Foundation
The EW Tipping Foundation is a non-profit organization providing support for people, including people with disabilities, people who are ageing, children and others.
Stroke Association of Victoria Inc.
The Stroke Association of Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation that was founded in 1984 to provide a range of support and information services to Stroke Survivors and their families.
Norwood Association is a non-profit organisation, which provides community mental health outreach services. Norwood provides rehabilitation services to adults (16-64 years of age) who live with mental health issues and resulting disabilities, residing within the communities of Brimbank, Melton and Sunbury. The services provided to clients are via rehabilitation and recovery practitioners.
Pinarc Support Services
Pinarc is one of the most comprehensive and largest providers of services in the Grampians region to people with a disability, their parents and carers.
We work closely with government and other support organisations to improve the lives of caring families throughout Victoria.
The Epilepsy Foundation
Our site contains information on all aspects of epilepsy, for anyone who has epilepsy or is involved in the care or development of a person who has this health condition.
Advocacy Disability Ethnicity Community
ADEC strives to empower people with a disability from Non-English speaking backgrounds, their carers, and families to fully participate as members of the Victorian community.
Autism Victoria (Australia) is the first place to call for information and advice for anyone interested in finding out more about Autism Spectrum Disorders, especially if you live in Victoria, Australia.
Yooralla continues to provide practical solutions for around 30,000 Victorians with disabilities annually. These solutions include therapy and equipment, accommodation and respite, employment and recreation, and independent living skills that improve mobility, communication, and quality of life.
Best of Care Barwon
The Best of Care care services range from in-home respite, overnight care and personal care, to escorting to appointments, shopping, meals, and community activities.