In line with the Australian Government’s advice, Access to Care offices will be closed to the public and face to face meetings will not be conducted from Tuesday 24 March until further notice. Staff are contactable via phone and email and operations continue as normal off site.
Dear All Access to Care, like all other businesses across Australia, is taking the risk of spreading of COVID-19 very seriously. Considering the recent developments around COVID-19, we would like to assure you all that our priority remains to keep our business running smoothly. Our priority also is to ensure all our participants are provided […]
Perhaps one of the most challenging parts of working with individuals with disability is the lack of availability of social activities which are inclusive and also tailored to their individual needs. Access to Care is providing these services among others. Read on to find out more… Youth Social Support Group is for 13-17 year olds […]
Exciting news! Access to Care is now approved to provide the following new NDIS supports after successfully meeting the new quality standards and indicators under the NDIS Commission since it became effective 1st July 2018. At this stage we possibly are the first few of the NDIS Registered providers to be approved under the new Quality […]