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To start your search simply select a State/Territory and/or classification from the drop down menus on the right hand side of the page. To find more information on a listing please click on the provider name (appearing in bold) to visit their website.
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Bayley House has been part of the Brighton and district community since 1951. It is a non-profit organisation which provides a variety of services to adults with an intellectual disability.
Brightwater Care Group provides residential, rehabilitation and community care for people with disabilities and older people with high support requirements.
Brite Services is a Community Business Service that provides employment for people with disability in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.
Broadmeadows Disability Services is a not-for-profit organisation that services adults and children with disabilities that live in the cities of Moreland and Hume.
Brunswick Industries Association is a Business Service whose role is to provide services to the business community by a team of people who have a disability and who are capable of achieving a quality job on time according to customer's requirements.
Bucketts Way Neighbourhood Group Inc is a not-for-profit community organisation formed in 1989 to provide a variety of community services to people in the locality of Gloucester Local Government area and the area known as the Bucketts Way Strip.
IMPACT Make Your Mark provides support, assistance, training opportunities and employment to disadvantaged and unemployed persons, including people with a disability.
Burke and Beyond is a community based organisation which has been established since 1992. They offer a broad range of activities and opportunities designed to support inclusion in community activities.
Calvary Home Care Services provide care and support services for older people, people with disabilities and family carers.
The purpose of Camden District Care Inc. is to maintain isolated frail, aged and people with disabilities, at risk of premature or inappropriate, institutionalisation, in their own homes.