Below is a list of the top and leading Disability Care Homes in Hobart. To help you find the best Disability Care Homes located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Hobart’s Best Disability Care Homes:
The top rated Disability Care Homes dealing with high standard of care to disabled persons are:
- Australian Home and Community Care
- The Association for Children with Disability (Tas) Inc.
- Speak Out Advocacy
Australian Home and Community Care
Australian Home and Community Care is dedicated to giving people with disabilities greater choice, control and freedom – empowering them to live life on their own terms across Victoria. Australian Home and Community Care supports people with disabilities by enabling them to realize their personal aspirations and goals. They believe that having a disability should never limit the degree of choice and control people have over their own lives, and we work hard to make sure the people we support get a fair go. There’s a world of opportunities and experiences out there, and we are here to help people with disabilities make the most of it.
Specialised Disability Accommodation, Group/Centre Activities, Home Modification , Household Tasks, Accommodation/Tenancy, Ex Phys Pers Training, Innov Community Participation, Participate Community, Assistive Prod-Household Task, Community Nursing Care, Custom Prosthetics, Assist-Travel/Transport, Assist Personal Activities, Development-Life Skills, Assist Prod-Pres Care/Safety, Plan Management
“There’s a huge improvement to my brother’s motor skills. Rest assured they will take care of your loved ones.” – Precious M.
The Association for Children with Disability (Tas) Inc.
The Association for Children with Disability (Tas) Inc. began as a support group for parents with children with disability, which was established in 1997. Tascare Society for Children recognised there was a need for a state-wide organisation to support families of Tasmanian children with disability and assisted with the establishment of ACD. Advice was sought and received from ACD Victoria.ACD (Tas) Inc. was incorporated in mid-1998 and the inaugural Annual General Meeting was held in July of the same year. Submissions for ongoing funding were unsuccessful and the Executive of the Board continued to run the day to day operations of the organisation on a voluntary basis.
Phone Support, Advocacy, Case Coordination & Management, Information, Training & Consultancy, ACD’s Family Support Practice, ACD Peer Support Networks
“Excellent advice about NDIS at the support meetings. Only difficulty was with the website when I clicked on the Membership icon on my computer the form didn’t scroll properly so I had to join ACD at the meeting by a cash payment.” – Christopher Hilton
Speak Out Advocacy
Speak Out Advocacy is a state-wide advocacy service that has members with intellectual disability.
They aim to develop a respectful and inclusive community for people living with a disability. They do this by promoting and defending rights through their advocacy work, good governance that includes people with intellectual disability; and building the capacity of communities.
“They make this world somehow a better place to live in especially for people with disabilities.” – Grace H.