City of Armadale

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Friday, 30 January 2015

Your Community

Service Providers

  • ACROD - Accessible parking permits. How to apply, eligibility.
  • Advocare - Advocacy and information, promoting the rights of people receiving residential and community aged care, also elder abuse.Call 1800 655 566 or 9479 7599.
  • Armadale Health Service - Information on hospital, community and mental health services.  Access and further contact details.
  • Armadale Home Help Services - Not-for-profit organisation offering services to the community, including transport, home support, garden maintenance. Call 9399 1111
  • Carers WA - Information on the Carers Act, events, and support groups for people who provide care for family members, friends or neighbours.
  • Centrelink
  • Council on the Ageing (WA) Inc - representing seniors interests and providing information on discounts, maturity blues, volunteering, retirement planning.
  • Seniors Card - Information on services, concessions, discounts, eligibility.
  • Department for Communities - Enhancing the life of seniors, GrandCare, Carers Act, retirement planning, elder abuse, intergeneration playgroups.
  • Department of Health and Ageing - Information on health issues, campaigns, related links.
  • Independent Living Centre - Advice and information about products available from health professional staff.  Range of equipment hire including communication, seating, mobility aids, manual handling, paediatric. Phone 1300 885 886.
  • Injury Control Council of WA (ICCWA) - Reducing injury, information on falls prevention, stay on your feet, alcohol projects.
  • National Public Toilet Map (Armadale) - List and map of toilet facilities in the Perth area.
  • Palliative Care Australia - Information and links on end of life issues.
  • Seniors Recreation Council of WA Inc - Promoting healthy ageing through activity. 
  • Australian Government's premier source of information for seniors - Including concessions, work, care, finances and events.
  • Alzheimer's Australia WA offers a range of services to people with dementia and their carers, including a variety of respite services, support services such as counselling, a program for people in the early stages of dementia, education and training for carers and care workers and information through a specialized resource centre.
  • SAFE2WALK: The aim of this service is to allow people living with dementia the freedom to walk independently, to continue to carry out activities they have previously enjoyed. As a consequence there is a reduction in the build up of anger and frustration, a decreased likelihood of withdrawal, loss of self esteem and loss of self worth, all feelings people with dementia often experience. It allows people inclusion into society while at the same time reducing their risk of becoming lost and harmed.

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