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Unit 9, 10 Vincent Avenue, Westminster WA 6061

A not-for-profit organisation established in 1984. Provides support to those diagnosed with Acoustic Neuroma or other tumours affecting Cranial Nerves. Gathers and provides information to patients and families.

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/740322402648020

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The Niche Suite B; 11 Aberdare Road Nedlands WA 6009

ADHD WA, formerly known as LADS – Learning and Attentional Disorder Society of WA, is a support, information and advocacy agency, founded in 1993 for people with ADHD and associated conditions. We work with children, teenagers, and adults living with learning differences, their families and partners. We also support those who treat, teach and work with people living with ADHD.

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12 Swaine Rise, Spencer Park WA, Australia

We support breast cancer sufferers and survivors by providing morning teas and lunches with guest speakers and support through their journey with cancer. A shoulder to cry on, someone to talk to, a safe place to talk and gather information and guidance by way of brochures and pamphlets and on line support supplied by Breast Cancer Network Australia.

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Albany District Hospital Conference Room, 30 Warden Avenue, Spencer Park, WA 6330

A self-help support group for people in the Albany region who have (or about to have) a stoma following surgery on the digestive or urinary systems. Provision of information, fellowship and specialist stoma nursing care as requested.

Members meet on the 1st Friday of each quarter.

Meeting Hall, Free Reformer Church, Cnr North and Beaufort Road

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Lotteries House Building, 211-217 North Road, Albany WA

To provide support and information to people with Parkinson’s and their families and to connect them with local services. Members meet once a month on the first Tuesday of the month at 10am.

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Unit 5, 37 Hampden Road, Nedlands WA 6009

Allergy Support Hub is a local charity focused on providing front-line support to individuals and families managing allergic conditions. Our aim is to help families manging allergies to live their best life by providing support and clinical services that address the needs of the community. We provide a range of services including support group and playgroup sessions, online support groups, group educations including seminars and workshops, one on one family support sessions and counselling. We also work with other allergy charities to host support groups for a range of allergic conditions.

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PO Box 5029, Frankston, South Victoria, 3199

Provides support to those with all forms of Alopecia Areata, and their families; inform the public and create awareness of Alopecia Areata and to support research into a cure or acceptable treatment for Alopecia Areata.

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1/40 Subiaco Square Rd, Subiaco WA 6008, Australia

AAWA provides Carer Support Groups and Carer Support for carers who are caring for a loved one living with dementia in the community .

There are various locations in metropolitan and regional areas, please call 1300 66 77 88 for more information.

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Wyllie Arthritis Centre, 17 Lemnos Street Shenton Park WA 6008

Meets every Monday evening for Hydrotherapy and gym exercise program at Wyllie Arthritis Centre, Shenton Park. New Members must have participated in the AS program run by Arthritis & Osteoporosis WA, or have a hospital referral from a physiotherapist who specialises in AS.  Please contact Arthritis &  Osteoporosis WA for more information.

 

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Seville Grove Library, 78 Champion Drive, Seville Grove WA 6112

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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Bunbury Public Library, 1 Parkfield Street, Bunbury WA 6230

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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Cambridge Bowling Club, 39 Chandler Avenue West, Floreat WA 6014

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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The Geraldton Library, 37 Marine Terrace, Geraldton WA 6530

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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The Bob Daniels Community Centre, 895 Beaufort Street, Inglewood WA 6052

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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Joondalup Library, 102 Boas Avenue, Joondalup WA 6027

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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AH Bracks Library, corner Canning Highway and Stock Road, Melville WA 6156

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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South Guildford Community Room, 9 Waterhall Road, South Guildford WA 6055

Aphasia WA conversation groups offer a welcoming and supportive space for people to practise their talking with trained volunteers and other members with aphasia. People are encouraged to socialise over a cup of tea, and practise their conversation with the guidance of trained volunteers who can assist the conversation to flow with effective communication strategies. The groups are free to attend and can be accessed whilst receiving therapy or post-therapy.

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Armadale Library, 64/10 Orchard Avenue, Armadale WA 6112

Type 2 Diabetes Support Group. Meets once a month on the fourth Friday of the month at 1pm.

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Wyllie Arthritis Centre 17 Lemnos Street Shenton Park WA 6008

Arthritis & Osteoporosis WA’s aim is to improve the lives of people living with musculoskeletal conditions through education, research and service provision.  Provides self management programs, educational seminars and workshops, telephone advisory service, information, exercise programs and support groups. Support groups are for both specific types of conditions such rheumatoid, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic, lupus, osteoarthritis, and for people with any type of arthritis as well as a support group for people with osteoporosis.

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Lotteries House, 211 North Road, Albany, Western Australia, Australia 6330

The branch runs warm water exercise classes at Albany Hospital hydrotherapy pool.

Please call 08 9842 9229 for details.

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