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Our Support Workers will work with you to recognise and manage tasks that require assistance whilst actively encouraging independence. We will assist you in achieving your desired care plan goals and will support and encourage independence by following a Wellness and Reablement/ Active Service Model approach.
To find out if you are eliglble and to register for HACC services, you need to follow these steps:
To get started, you will need to contact Glenelg Shire Councils Aged and Disability Services Unit. You can do this by phoning 03 5522 2204 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The office can be reached between 8.30 am - 5.00 pm Monday – Friday.
An assessment will be arranged with a qualified officer to identify your needs.
Once assessed, a referral will be made for the services you require. Please be aware that sometimes services are placed on a wait list with a level of priority. If you are placed on our wait list we will contact you to let you know the expected wait time.
Once your referral is accepted by Glenelg Shire Council, we will contact you to arrange your services to begin.
Please get in touch with the Aged and Disability Department on (03) 5522 2204