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The following agencies and organisations are really helpful for people who may suffer from physical disabilities, sensory impairments or other issues such as illnesses which may affect their daily lives. For a list of Mental Health agencies and organisations, please see the related page.
Provides a range of services to people with paraplegia, quadriplegia and related disabilities through their community services program.
An organisation that provides assistance and support to people primarily of Italian background.
Community based organisation which provides sports training, activities, recreation, participation, social opportunities and support to people with a disability.
Organisation that offers school leavers with a disability flexible, innovative and highly individualised service.
Residential living program for adults with physical disabilities, independent living program, respite care accommodation, support and case management.
Service consists of a number of households and independent flats. People with disability and a support team of Assistants live and work alongside each other.
CASS Group Homes provides housing and support services to people with intellectual disability in a friendly community setting.
Assists children and adults who are blind or vision-impaired by providing information, technical aids, advice, and employment assistance.
Provides a range of mobility and orientation services to people with vision impairment including cane training, guide dogs and sighted guide training.
Provides an Australia-wide community support service of rehabilitation and help for people with hearing impairment.
Provides a wide range of social services programs for deaf people.
Provides support and counselling to tinnitus sufferers.
Ability Links NSW Coordinators, known as Linkers, work closely with people with disability, their families and carers to support them to fulfil their goals, hopes and dreams.
Offers a wide range of supports that cover all core aspects of live: community, living, work, education and health.
Represents people living with dementia; and their families and carers.
Specialises in disability services, mental health support, training and employment.
A self-help organisation offering friendship and understanding to bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents.
Provides support for people with disabilities and their families through innovative, responsive and flexible services to support individual goals, positive relationships, and wellbeing.
Provides opportunities for choice, inclusion and achievement at home, in the community, through education and in employment.
A children’s service offering services to mainstream children as well as those with disabilities.
Provides support and information to people with all types of motor neurone disease.
Provides relationship support services to enhance human and family relationships.
Supports people to develop social and friendship skills; as well as relationships and sexuality knowledge and awareness.
If you are a service that operates in Canterbury-Bankstown and would like to be listed, contact 9707 9857.