Useful Sites

Useful Sites




Useful Sites

Following is a contact list of organisations that may be of interest or assistance:
    Alzheimer's Australia is the peak body providing support and advocacy for the 500,000 Australians living with dementia.
    Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is one of The Cancer Council’s foremost fundraising events and the largest, most successful event of its kind in Australia.
    The guide presents health and socio-cultural information on multicultural communities (including torture and trauma and issues for children, young people and women).
    This booklet is published by The Benevolent Society. It is about taking steps to protect your interests, making sure your future is in good hands and things are done the way you want.
    The Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care is one of the largest human services organisations in NSW.
    FECCA is the Australian national peak body that promotes multiculturalism, community harmony and social justice.
    The HACC DOs Network is a structure through which HACC DOs arrange to meet for mutual support and the exchange of information, including developments relating specifically to the HACC Program.
    The Home and Community Care (HACC) Program is a central element of the Australian Government's aged care policy, providing community care services to frail aged and younger people with disabilities, and their carers.
    The Home Care Service of NSW is the State's largest provider of in home services with more than 50,000 clients.
    A not-for-profit organisation, the NSW HMMS State Council is the peak body representing Home Modification and Maintenance Services across New South Wales
    HSNet is a secure website available for the use of staff working in the New South Wales human services sector.
    The Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA) is the peak body for people from a non-English speaking background (NESB) with disability and their families and carers in NSW.
    Provides national leadership in building greater awareness of mental health and suicide prevention amongst Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
    CRISP is a program of NSW Meals on Wheels Association that offers insurance cover to any not for profit community based organisation.
    Nutrition Australia is an independent body that aims to promote the health and well-being of all Australians.
    The Aged-care Rights Service (TARS) is a community legal centre that provides advocacy for the residents of Commonwealth funded hostels and nursing homes