Senses Foundation provides respite and family support to carers, to allow them to have a break from this caring role. This service strengthens and maintains the capacity of families to provide ongoing support and care for their family member with a disability.
Respite offers families the opportunity for some additional support, at times when they need it most. Respite can take place in the family home or out in the community.
Respite aims to help people with disabilities to:
Respite should provide:
If you would like to discuss how Senses Foundation can support your family with Respite or Family Support, please contact Lisa Salloway, Respite Services and Co-ordinator on (08) 9473 5440 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Information sheet to help you approach and interact with a child who is deafblind.
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