All chronic conditions

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14-16 Commodore Drive, Rockingham, WA, 6168, Australia

Assists in the management of chronic conditions and offers individual consultations and referrals to other programs as required.

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136 Lockyer Avenue, Albany, Western Australia, Australia

Support and therapy for adults with communication difficulties.

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Provides aged care services and support for younger people with disabilities to maintain a quality lifestyle, through a range of social interactions and activities.

Provides community based nutrition education and training, provide advice on individual health and lifestyle needs, conduct group education sessions and contribute to local and national food policy and advocacy issues.

Coolibah Centre, 96 Coolibah Sreet Kununurra 6743

Provides community based nutrition education and training, advice on individual health and lifestyle needs, conduct group education sessions and contribute to local and national food policy and advocacy issues.

Corner of Anne and Dora Streets Broome 6725

Provides a comprehensive range of curative and public health services including pregnancy, child health, women’s health, chronic disease, sexual health, and health education.

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Carers WA, 182 Lord Street East Perth WA 6000

Linking Together uses local venues to support social interaction and friendship for carers. In providing regular, planned, carer focused and flexible outings at low or no cost, linking Together seeks to allow carers the choice of attending outings and activities are suitable for them. Our Linking Together carer events are designed to be easily accessible to the carer; relaxed, friendly, supporting and a gateway to access other services. These monthly activities can also provide the carer with a well-earned break from their caring role in a friendly and social environment, which will hopefully introduce the carer to a whole new peer support network in their own local area or community.

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Linking Together uses local venues to support social interaction and friendship for carers. In providing regular, planned, carer focused and flexible outings at low or no cost, Linking Together seeks to allow carers the choice of attending outings and activities that are suitable for them. Our Linking Together carer events are designed to be easily accessible to the carer; relaxed, friendly, supportive and a gateway to access other services. These monthly activities can also provide the carer with a well-earned break from their caring role in a friendly and social environment, which will hopefully introduce the carer to a whole new peer support network in their own local area or community.

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Carers WA, 182 Lord Street East Perth WA 6000

Male only carer events held up to four times per year using local venues to support social interaction and friendship for male carers. Encourages male carers to become more involved in the caring community and their local community.

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Carers WA,182 Lord Street Perth WA 6000

An opportunity for carers to develop friendships with carers from different backgrounds and nationalities and to build local support networks or establish their own Support Group.

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Carers WA, 182 Lord Street Perth WA 6000

For female carers aged 25-55 who would like to take some time out from their caring role and meet other women who are in a caring role. Meets for morning tea, movie and lunch or dinner out with the girls.

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182 Lord Street Perth WA 6000

Enables carers to continue to support and care for a person with a chronic health condition.

Meeting Times: 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday PLUS Thursday evening from 5pm to 7pm fortnightly

PO Box 638, Mt Lawley WA 6929

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Busselton, Western Australia, Australia

Linking Together uses local venues to support social interaction and friendship for carers. In providing regular, planned, carer focused and flexible outings at low or no cost, Linking Together seeks to allow carers the choice of attending outings and activities that are suitable for them. Our Linking Together carer events are designed to be easily accessible to the carer; relaxed, friendly, supportive and a gateway to access other services. These monthly activities can also provide the carer with a well-earned break from their caring role in a friendly and social environment, which will hopefully introduce the carer to a whole new peer support network in their own local area or community.

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Bicton Child Health Clinic, Cnr Canning Highway and Westbury Cres, Bicton WA 6157

Supports parents in their parenting role from birth to school entry.

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49b Marian Street Innaloo WA 6018

Helps members to manage their own Diabetes and any other grievances they have from Diabetes. Encourages a healthy lifestyle and provides information through guest speakers and professionals.

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C/- Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Level 6, 384 Victoria Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Genetic Alliance Australia is a tax-deductible registered charity formed in 1988 to provide peer support and information for individuals and families affected by a rare diseases, 80% of which are genetic in origin. Genetic Alliance Australia (GA-AU) is a peak umbrella group for rare genetic conditions/diseases, so rare they do not have their own support group. GA-AU will endeavour to facilitate contact with another family/individual affected by the same, or similar condition, and/or provide information about an overseas support group. Genetic Alliance also deals with enquiries and facilitates ongoing support for individuals, families, health professionals and other interested groups. GA-AU’s Filling the Void Project supports people living in isolation who are caring for someone with a genetic condition.

Genetic Alliance Australia has an extensive rare disease database representing 1300 conditions which enables us to put people in contact with others who have the same or similar conditions. We work alongside genetic services, allied health professionals and support organisations.

Genetic Alliance Australia is funded by NSW Health and Family and Community Services. We were successfully accredited in accordance with the requirements of the NSW Disability Services Standards in June 2015.

Bodycare Health Club, 70 Lion Street, Albany

An evidence based program that encourages and supports change in the health and fitness sectors to achieve improved health, quality of life and fitness for people aged over 50 years. Aims to reduce falls and minimise social isolation. Weights-based class. It is a supervised class in which individuals primarily work with a program designed for them. Accommodates any fitness level.

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PO Box D184 Perth Western Australia

A hospital familiarisation program for children aged 4-8 years as a school incursion. Allays fear through education about hospitals and offers support to families with a child in hospital.

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PO Box 101 St. Leonards NSW 1590

Living with a serious illness; chronic health condition or disability has a huge impact on all the family; young people; siblings and parents have their own unique support requirements. Livewire provides three separate online communities for families.

An evidence based program that encourages and supports change in the health and fitness sectors to achieve improved health, quality of life and fitness for people aged over 50 years. Aims to reduce falls and minimise social isolation.

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