|Alfred Health Care Services
|Alfred Health is the regional point for families and carers of people with a disability, providing assistance and support.
|Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria
|Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria offer a wide range of sport and recreational programs for people who are blind or vision impaired.
|Brotherhood of St Laurence – Local Area Coordination Service
|The Brotherhood of St Laurence are the partners with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to provide the planning and community connection services as part of NDIS. They also assist in preparing communities for the rollout of the NDIS through outreach, workshops and community engagement. They also support people with disability to navigate mainstream services and increase their capability to be an active part of their community.
|Carers Social Group
Offering carers of a person with a disability, mental illness or older person a group to connect and learn about news, services and supports available.
Run by Prahran Place Neighbourhood Centre.
|Caulfield Community Health Service (CCHS)
|Located at the Ashley Ricketson Centre (Building 22), CCHS provides a multi-disciplinary approach to the provision of health services within four teams: Child, Youth and Family; Adult and Outreach; Wellbeing for Seniors; and Podiatry and Physiotherapy. Many and varied services are offered including Disability, Case Management and Speech Pathology.
|Commonwealth Psychological Support
|Commonwealth Psychosocial Support is a short-term service to build psychosocial functional capacity to address individual needs and complement clinical mental health, broader physical health and social support.
|Community Transport Program
Stonnington’s Community Transport Program provides flexible and accessible transport assistance for residents aged over 55 years and people with disability to stay independent and participate in community life.
We provide individual transport to shopping centres, libraries and Engaged program events.
|Inclusion Melbourne provides personalised support for people with an intellectual disability and promotes the inclusion of people with an intellectual disability in the community.
|Inner South Family and Friends
|Inner South Family and Friends are a community support group for the families and friends of people with a serious mental health condition/psychosocial disability in the South East region of Melbourne and beyond. The group provides a space for carers to share experiences among peers, gain information and participate in social activities.
|Jewish Care disability services provide a wide range of support to people with a disability.
Services include: Supported Accommodation, Individual Outreach Support, Transition Support from School, and Respite Support for Families.
|John Pierce Centre
John Pierce Centre (JPC) Community Centre provides a vibrant and friendly meeting place for our Deaf community and their family and friends in Prahan.
JPC is a multi-purpose venue, and is a home to a number of our community activities.
|Malvern Special Needs Playgroup
|Malvern Special Needs Playgroup provide twice weekly development play sessions to preschool children with special needs under the supervision of therapists, a kindergarten teacher and a coordinator. Sessions include indoor and outdoor play with the assistance of specialist equipment.
|Provides early intervention services to children with disabilities across Victoria.
|Recycled Sound collects pre-loved hearing aids and recycles them back into the community for those in need. This community service project by Toorak Rotary is delivered in partnership with local audiologists and Better Hearing Australia.
|Not-for-profit disability service provider. Supporting people with complex intellectual, physical and multiple disabilities.
|Star Health provides a broad ranges of services for you and your family, spanning across the entire life span, including GP Services, Dental Services, Mental Health, Podiatry, Physiotherapy, Dietetics, Counselling and Diabetes Education.
|Uniting Victoria are a registered provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), who provide support and services across disability employment, independent living, social support and behavioural support services
|VALID Self Advocacy Network (southern network)
|VALID Self Advocacy supports people with intellectual disability to become strong self advocates.
Vision Australia provide blindness and low vision services.
Vision Australia also delivers the Vision Australia Library, which offers audio and braille books, newspapers, magazines and podcasts for people who are blind, have low vision or live with a print disability.