JewishCare helps people with a disability and their families to plan
what support they may need and then works with them to identify the best
ways of achieving this help.
The experienced and qualified staff know that a person with a disability
may need a range of services that these needs can change over time. The
services may be provided directly by a JewishCare or they might be best
sourced from another suitable provider.
JewishCare provides a wide range of services from accommodation to
employment to case work and a number of exciting new services under the
banner of Innovations.
Jewishcare has a number of ways that it can help members of the community who are in a crisis Read More
JewishCare is funded by the Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care (DADHC) to operate 4 houses to support people with disabilities. The support we provide is 24 hour /7 day a week accommodation and support services for people with moderate to high support needs.
The aim of the program is to develop independent living skills in a caring and supportive environment within the community.
The program currently supports 15 people across 4 houses in the Eastern Suburbs
Access to this program is through DADHC.
This program provides flexible support for Jewish adults with a disability who need support to live independently in the community.
The aim is to promote autonomy and independence and to enable the person with the disability to access and utilize a full range of community resources and facilities.
This support can include:
Drop in support at the client's residence at certain times
Helping the clients with shopping, banking
Skill buildingSocial support
Connexions assists children and young people with disabilities toreach their potential by providing resources to improve quality of life and participation in thecommunity, responding holistically to issuesand referring appropriately when necessary,Connexions works in a collaborative partnershipwith the individual and his or her family to set and achieve meaningful and realistic goals,focusing on strengths instead of weaknesses.
Print 35 is a dynamic printing business that provides employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Print 35 provides training and support to enable employees to develop a wide range of skills which are utilised to produce high quality hand crafted invitations, serviettes, cards and a range of beautiful gifts.
See a range of cards and more at Print35 website