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PO BOX 35 Orange New South Wales 2800
Orange City Council
Ageing and Disability Services provide a range of services for older people, people with a disability and their carers to assist them to remain living at home. These services are funded by the State and Commonwealth Governments and are fully supported by Orange City Council.
Orange City Council auspices a range of services for older people, people living with disabilities and their carers. There are several committees dedicated to identifying and meeting the needs of older people and Council staff are actively involved in facilitating programs such as Seniors' Week.
Orange City Council acknowledges the Home and Community Care Program managed by NSW Human Services - Ageing, Disability and Home Care (ADHC) for funding to provide services for older people, people with a disability and their carers.
The Community Development and Support Coordinator oversees these services and is located in the HACC building at 286 Lords Place. The postion provides support and supervision to the Ageing and Disability Services Team and is responsible to Council for the management of the Home and Community Care Centre.
Orange City Council provides a range services for people living with a disability and their carers. These services are delivered in accordance with the NSW Disability Service Standards, National Home and Community Care (HACC) Standards and guided by the Orange Community Plan and the Orange Disability Action Plan.
The Council is proud to facilitate the celebration of International Day for People with a Disability in December each year.
For further information, phone the Community Care Coordinator on (02) 6393 8972.