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Gateway Health provides services that support people to stay healthy, active, independent and connected to others as they get older.
Access and Support promotes independence by supporting people to access basic services to enable them to live an independent life as they age.
The Active Rural Communities (ARC) Program is a social support program that aims to enhance social engagement, participation, and access to other supports and services.
The Aged Care Assessment Service (ACAS) comprehensively assesses the needs of older people and facilitates access to available care services appropriate to their needs.
The Commonwealth Home Support Program provides entry-level support for older people (over 65 years or over 50 years for Aboriginal peoples) who need some help to stay at home.
The Continence Specialist Service offers specialist continence assessment, education and treatments from nurse continence specialists.
The District Nursing service delivers clinical nursing services to rural residents of Wangaratta who are frail, aged or have a disability or condition impacting on their function.
The Friendly Visitor Program is for anyone over 65 who may be experiencing social isolation. People under 65 with a disability or chronic condition can also join the program.
Your ability to drive may be affected by an injury, illness, or ageing. You may be required to take an assessment to show that you can drive safely, legally and independently.
The Regional Assessment Service (RAS) assesses the needs of people over the age of 65 years and facilitates access to available care services appropriate to their needs.
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If you, your client or someone you know is experiencing elder abuse, please contact Senior Rights Victoria – helpline 1300 368 821.
Everyone has the right to be safe. No one deserves to be abused.
Elder abuse is any act that causes harm to an older person and is carried out by someone they know and trust such as a family member or friend.
The abuse may be physical, social, financial, psychological or sexual, and can include mistreatment and neglect.
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