Anglicare Albany – Bridges Disability Support

Bridges Disability Support program offers community based services to people living with a disability and their families. Flexible services include:
  • Personal support with daily living activities
  • Support to establish independent living
  • Overnight and weekend support
  • Social and community participation
  • Mentoring
  • Short breaks and holidays
  • Planning and support coordination
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Albany Chorus Kitchen

Delivery of fresh healthy meals for people living with a disability, mental health and older adults. Chorus Kitchen can provide assistance with:
Preparing, cooking and freezing of food in your home
Advice about nutrition, menus and special diets
Information about food handling and storage
Assistance with bulk food shopping/sharing and storage
On Thursdays, can join others at Chorus Kitchen for a hot meal at 122 Grey St.
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Individual Disability Advocacy Service

Sussex Street Community Law Service Inc provides a NSDS Accredited advocacy services to people with disabilities, their family members and carers.
It is an independent free and confidential service to people in the regional areas of the Mid West, Goldfields/Esperance and the Great Southern areas of Western Australia.


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Community Living Association

Community Living Association (CLA) is a provider of person centred services and community support for people with disability. 
Services provided include:
  • Support, to live at home or in independent living 
  • Community and social support
  • Activities
  • Therapy and health related services 
  • Transport during support times 
  • Accommodation support
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Sexual Health Quarters – Disability Support Services

SHQ provides counselling service for people living with disability about their sexuality and sexual and reproductive health.
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Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is a community services which provides food deliveries of 3 nutritious meals to older individuals or those with disabilities.
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Max Employment Solutions – Albany

MAX Solutions offers a wide range of services these include: MAX employment which runs the Jobactive program. This provides training to people looking for work through their Smart, Skilled and Hired Youth Employment program. MAX Support runs programs for students living with a disability and Adult Migrant English Programs.
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Forrest Personnel – Albany

Forrest Personnel assist people from all ages to find work. Services include:
Disability Support Services – for people with a health condition, disability or injury who can work between 8 hours and 30 hours per week. It is for for jobseekers who are not expected to need long-term support in the workplace to maintain employment but may need irregular support to keep a job. Employment Support Service is for jobseekers who have a permanent disability and will require regular and ongoing support to keep a job.
NDIS – for people with a disability who can work between 1-7 hours per week. Forrest Personnel specialise in delivering assistance to access and maintain employment through individualised support to people living with a disability in the South West. 
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APM Albany

APM offers employment and disability job services to job seekers and employers throughout Albany.

APM Employment Services help people in Albany to find and keep a job through the Australian Government’s jobactive program.

APM’s Disability Employment Service helps people with an injury, illness or disability find a job with a local Albany employer. They also provide workplace modification, assessment, school leaver, and ongoing support services.

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State and National Disability Services Services

National Relay Service

The National Relay Service is a government service which helps those who are deaf/hard of hearing communicate with others over the phone through a relay officer.
SMS relay number 0423 677 767
Teletypewriter number 133 677
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People with Disabilties Westerrn Australia

PWDWA is a not for profit organisation which provides non-legal advocacy to people living with disability.
Services offered include:
• making a discrimination complaint
• individual advocacy
• NDIS support and appeals 
• Disability support pension
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