A woman who is standing in front of a kitchen sink. The sink is framed by a window in the background. The window has lace hanging curtains. She is drying a piece of crockery with a pink, green and white colored cloth tea-towel. This woman is a carer of older people and or people with a disability
Carers

Caring for someone can be a valuable and rewarding experience. It can also be stressful, hard work and may leave you feeling emotionally or physically tired. Carers can be family members or friends. They can be parents, children, siblings, grandparents or neighbours and can come from any background. The good news is that we can support you, whether it is to represent your interests, help you take a break, stay fit and healthy or connect you with others.

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Commonwealth Home Support

Commonwealth Home Support

At home Maintaining your home, and staying well can become more of a challenge as you get older. Intereach provide practical help that will make it easier for you to: keep your house clean start your day well with personal care maintain your house so it is safe give your garden a good clean-up once […]
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NewAccess

NewAccess is a service designed by beyondblue that provides free and confidential support to help you tackle day-to-day pressures. A NewAccess coach, specially trained and experienced, will support you in setting practical goals that help will get you back on track. How does it work? The service includes six free sessions with a NewAccess coach. […]
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Community Hubs

Community Hubs

Finding the right support when you need help is often confusing. It can seem like there is no local services, or there are so many services it is confusing to work out where to start. Intereach provides Community Hubs in Deniliquin (Neighbourhood Centre), Corowa, Finley, Hay and Cootamundra that are friendly and accessible single points […]
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Respite Care

Do you need a break from the responsibility of looking after someone? If you care for someone who is aged 65 years (50 if Aboriginal)  or over, who is living with a disability, or receives support through the Dept. of Veterans Affairs, we offer respite services to help you manage your own health and well-being. […]
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Riverina Murray Commonwealth Respite Carelink Centre (CRCC)

As  a Carer, your life situation is unique. Phone us on 1800 052 222 and we will chat about what’s happening for you and the person you are caring for. This helps us to understand your caring role, and suggest practical support that will help such as: Information & resources Education Connecting with other carers […]
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