Supports family carers through providing advice, information, training, counselling and respite. Aims to improve the health, wellbeing, resilience and financial security of carers.
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National peak body representing Australia’s unpaid carers. Working collaboratively with the network of state and territory Carers Associations to deliver national carer services.
Our mission is to improve the health, wellbeing, resilience and financial security of carers through advice, information, training, counselling and respite. Provides support to carers of multi-cultural backgrounds.
Carers NT is the voice that represents the needs and interests of carers in the Northern Territory. They work to achieve an improved quality of life for family carers in the NT.
With one in every eight Australians caring for a family member or friend, Carers QLD are committed to providing specialised carer, aged and disability support services. Services are also provided in a variety of languages.
Supports family carers through advice, information, training, counselling and respite. Our mission is to improve the health, wellbeing, resilience and financial security of carers, in South Australia.
Carers Tasmania provides recognition, support and advice to carers, to ensure they are capable of fulfilling the role to its best potential.
Carers Victoria is the statewide voice for family carers. They represent and support caring families by working directly with them and collaborating with government, businesses and other community organisations to improve services.
Carers WA is a community based organisation dedicated to improving the lives of the estimated 320,000 family carers living in Western Australia.
Strengthens and empowers people and communities to make difficult situations more manageable. Provides free advocacy, support and information about aged care services.
Represents people who are disadvantaged when they come into contact with the law. Advocate to government, provide legal advice and social work services.
Celebrate Ageing is a Social Enterprise challenging ageism and building respect for older people. Founded by Dr Catherine Barrett, Celebrate Ageing utilises art and narrative based approaches to create real cultural change.
The Central West Mental Health Service is a government organisation which provides confidential assessment, treatment, and management for people with a mental health problem.
Provides free and confidential dispute resolution and mediation services to assist older people resolve disputes with family, friends, carers, neighbours and service providers.
The national peak body for community legal centres across Australia, providing free legal advice, casework and information.