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5 Most Common Services for Disabled People Provided in Australia

5 Most Common Services for Disabled People Provided in Australia

There are a variety of services available to disabled people in Australia. Some common services include disability support programs, facilities for those with developmental disabilities, access to ramps and other accommodations, social support groups, and employment assistance. Many disability support programmes provide assistance with a variety of needs, such as housing, education, employment, and health care. Some also offer counselling and other services to help disabled people lead independent lives. Facilities for those with developmental disabilities can include special schools or homes equipped to meet the specific needs of that individual. Access to ramps (street allowance) and other accommodations can make it easier for disabled people to access normal society.

Here are the five most common and popular services that are specially designed for disabled people:

Assistance with daily living activities

This service provides companionship for those who need someone to help with everyday tasks, such as grocery shopping or cooking meals. The primary goal of this programme is to make the lives of people with disabilities more comfortable and independent.

Assistance to access and maintain employment

Many businesses offer employment opportunities specifically for the disabled community. These jobs can range from manual labour to more complex positions that require special skills or knowledge.


Most families prefer not to have their loved ones living in institutions full time, so homecare is an option many choose instead. Caretakers help with basic household tasks like laundry and cleaning and give regular personal care.

Nursing care

Providing quality nursing care to people with disabilities has a direct impact on their health outcomes. It makes the healing process more pleasant for the patient and can improve the physical and emotional health of people with serious diseases.


Recreational programmes provide opportunities for socialisation and stimulation beyond what can be provided through typical daily activities alone. Activities could include arts and crafts or trips for fun, like to museums or theme parks.

Thus, the most common services for disabled people in Australia include assistance with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, and eating. Services may also include help with communication, mobility, and access to resources. It is important to note that not all disabled people will require the same level of assistance. Some may only need minor adjustments, while others may require more extensive support. It is also important to remember that services vary from region to region and can be expensive. But there are often grants from the government or charities that could help pay for some of the costs.

Talk to us if you need detailed information regarding these services. Bharosa is always available.

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