Disability support services
Trusted information on disability support services
Assistance dogs are animals trained to help people who are living with physical disabilities to move around and do everyday activities. They are also called service dogs. Read more about assistance dogs.
Guide dogs, also called seeing eye dogs, are animals trained to help people who are blind or visually impaired to travel safely. Find out more by reading our trusted partner pages.
Trusted information about disability support from leading Australian health organisations, including links to content on disability support services and pharmaceutical allowance.
Rett syndrome causes intellectual and physical disability. It’s been described relatively recently, so it’s not known how it progresses to middle age.
Mental health services by state and territory
State and territory governments offer hospital, emergency and community mental health services. Learn what services are available in your region.
Tasmania rural and remote health services
Tasmania's rural and isolated regions make careful planning and preparation essential to help address the challenge of accessing health services.
Victoria rural and remote health services
Regional and rural Victoria's health services are important to all in the state. Knowing where they are found will give you confidence when you need support.
Western Australia rural and remote health services
Western Australia's vast rural and remote regions make careful planning and preparation essential to help address the challenge of accessing health services.
Northern Territory rural and remote health services
Northern Territory health services support remote and very remote areas so they are not always readily available. It helps to prepare for when you need help.