Brain Injury Fact
Traumatic Brain injury is the most frequent cause of death and disability world wide.
The peak disability organisation for brain injury.
They provide a wide range of services and resourses
including training, brain injury research/publications,
Offer various support, advocacy, referral and
Information centre that link you with local Services.
Provides information, referrals, counselling and
resources including a free carers kit that includes
information regarding the supports and services
available to carers in their area, fact sheets on
specific conditions , a relaxation tape or CD, legal
and financial information, an emergency care kit,
other practical assistance. Free call Monday to
14 Munro Street, Auchenflower
We are a NDIS Service Provider, and we offer Home & Support, Physiotherapy Service, Domestic / Community Support, Support Coordination to NDIS participants.
For more information, we invite you to visit our website at https://stjudes.com.au/disability-services-qld/
Amount: Up to $1,500
The Transition to Independent Living Allowance (TILA) is one-off support from the Australian Government to help young people who are leaving care to meet some of the costs involved in moving to independent living.
If you are eligible for TILA you can get assistance of up to $1,500 in paying for some of the things you need to successfully make the transition to independence.
For more info: http://www.tila.org.au/
Telstra's Disability Equipment Program has been designed to provide eligible customers with specialised equipment to access the standard telephone service.
If you have a disability and are unable to access the standard telephone handset, Telstra's Disability Equipment Program may have a product to suit your needs.
Products provided under Telstra's Disability Equipment Program and listed on these pages can be rented for the same annual rental charge as a standard telephone handset.
For more info: http://www.telstra.com.au/abouttelstra/commitments/disability-services/disability-equipment-program/index.htm