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Auslan Services


Auslan Services is a leading provider of Auslan Interpreters across Australia. It is our goal to provide excellent customer service, make intelligent decisions when booking interpreters, be innovative to stay ahead of the trends and support the Deaf community at all times.

Blind Citizens Australia (BCA)

Email
bca@bca.org.au
Web
http://www.bca.org.au
Phone
03 9654 1400

Blind Citizens Australia (BCA) is the united voice of blind and vision-impaired Australians. Our mission is to achieve equity and equality by our empowerment, by promoting positive community attitudes, and by striving for high quality and accessible services which meet our needs. BCA provide peer support, information dissemination and consultancy to government, corporate and public … Continue reading

Brain Injury Australia

Email
admin@braininjuryaustralia.org.au
Web
http://www.braininjuryaustralia.org.au/
Phone
02 9808 9390 or 1800 272 461 (free call)

Brain Injury Australia is the peak acquired brain injury (ABI) advocacy body representing, through its State and Territory Member Organisations, the needs of people with an acquired brain injury, their families and carers. It works at a national level to ensure that all people living with acquired brain injury have access to the supports and … Continue reading

Brain Injury Matters (BIM)


Brain Injury Matters is a not-for-profit community managed organisation that works to make life better for people living with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Brain Injury Matters has as its principal objective the relief of suffering and distress of people who have an Acquired Brain Injury by: Providing support to alleviate the isolation and marginalisation experienced … Continue reading

Carer Solutions Australia


Carer Solutions Australia is an organisation proudly assisting Victorian families in enabling and empowering them to employ carers of their choice without – the administrative burden normally associated with being an employer. Families and individuals are free to choose their OWN carers! with CSA taking care of the rest. Giving our partners choice, control, and … Continue reading

Carers Victoria


Carers Victoria provide care and support to family members and friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness or who are frail aged. We work closely with government and other support organisations to improve the lives of caring families throughout Victoria.

Cerebral Palsy Support Network (CPSN)

Email
info@cpsn.org.au
Web
http://www.cpsn.org.au
Phone
(03) 9478 1001 or 1300 277 600 (1300 CPSN 00)

Strengthening through connection The Cerebral Palsy Support Network (CPSN) is an organisation run by people who have a personal experience with cerebral palsy. It has been set up specifically to provide information, support and resources to children and adults with cerebral palsy about the issues and experiences that impact on their lives.

Chronic Illness Alliance

Email
cwalker@chronicillness.org.au
Web
http://www.chronicillness.org.au/
Phone
03 8809 0641 or 03 8809 0626

The Chronic Illness Alliance has 55 member organisations, both state and national. The aim of the Alliance is to build a better focus in health policy and health services for all people with chronic illnesses. It does this through education and research projects. The preferred definition of chronic illness is: … “an illness that is … Continue reading

Citizen Advocacy Sunbury & Districts Inc


Citizen Advocacy is a community based program in Sunbury and operating in the North West Suburbs of Melbourne and parts of the Macedon Ranges Shire, including Gisborne, Riddells Creek and Romsey. The program aims to recognise, promote and defend the rights and interests of people within our community, who have an intellectual disability. It does … Continue reading