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A Guide to Disability and Aged Services in Knox

Guide to Disability and Aged Services in Knox

Council's vision is to be responsive, innovative and energetic in developing an accessible and inclusive community that embraces people with disabilities. Council aims to ensure that all Knox residents can participate in and contribute to community life with independence, equity and dignity. Council will achieve this through the co-ordination and provision of a variety of support services and community projects.

Council's A Guide to Disability and Aged Services in Knox provides information on disability services and support available in the Knox area for people with disabilities, their carers and the aged who live in Knox.

What's in the Guide:

  • Where do I start?
  • Community Centres and Neighbourhood Houses
  • Adult Education and Employment Services
  • Advocacy and Legal Services
  • Aids and Equipment
  • Children's Services
  • Independent Living and Accommodation Services
  • Information and Advice
  • Mental Health
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Residential Aged Care
  • Respite and Carer Support Services
  • Senior Citizen's Centres
  • Social and Support Groups
  • Transport Services

You can download the guide or request a printed copy be posted to you by contacting Council's Metro Access Officer, Peter Johnston on 9298 8000 or the National Relay Service on 133 677 (quote '03 9298 8000') or email Peter.Johnston@knox.vic.gov.au.

On request, the information in this document is available in alternate formats.

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