1 Respite Services The Junction The Junction ECHO Neighbourhood Centre Neighbourhood Centre Neighbourhood Maroubra Randwick Centre Shop 2, Anzac 2 Albert St Shop 4, 1 Spring Street Parade (cnr Avoca St) (next to Waverly Library) (near Bowen Library) Bondi Junction NSW Maroubra NSW 2035 Randwick NSW Phone: Phone: Phone: Fax Fax Fax This list is updated yearly by The Junction Neighbourhood Centre. Any corrections or additions please contact Last updated June This guide contains contact information specific to residents of the Eastern Suburbs and City of Sydney CBD For information on respite services in other areas or to contact an ACAT team, contact the Commonwealth Carelink Centre on
2 What is respite? 2 Respite is designed to give carers relief from caring for a person that requires ongoing care, attention and support. What are the different types of respite? There are 4 types of respite: (1) In-home respite In-home respite care allows a carer to have a break while a substitute carer comes into the home to take over the caring role. The provision of in-home respite care may occur while the carer is absent from the home or while they are at home, but it must enable the carer to be relieved of caring tasks. (2) Out-of-home respite Out-of-home respite care allows the carer relief time while the person being cared for is looked after outside the family home. Transport may be provided for clients. (3) Residential respite Residential respite provides short-term care in an Australian Government funded aged care home or other approved accommodation for people: who are being cared for and whose carer is in need of a temporary break from the caring role; who do not have a carer, but are in need of respite care; and who intend to return to the community. Residential respite care may be used on a planned or emergency basis to help with carer stress, illness, holidays, or when a carer is unavailable for any reason. It is usually provided in an Australian Government-funded aged care home that provides high-level (nursing home) or low-level (hostel) care. In rare instances, respite care may be provided in a hospital if no other form of accommodation is available or appropriate. ACAT assessments are required for residential respite. The DPS guide to aged care lists all the residential care facilities that provide residential respite. Call for more information or to get a free copy posted to you. To find respite services at residential care facilities that cater for people from a non English speaking background, contact the NSW Transcultural Aged Care Service on (02) (4) Emergency respite Emergency respite services provide emergency short-term relief when the carer is unable to provide care due to sudden and unforseen circumstances. This relief may incorporate 24 hour care. Emergency respite may take place in the home or outside of the home. Information compiled using the Department of Veterans Affairs Fact Sheets
3 In-Home Respite Aboriginal Home Care (Alleena Centre) 12a Dudley St, Alexandria Ph: Office hours: 8.30am- 4.30pm Some on call services are available out of hours. Ongoing respite care for frail aged (over 45 years)/ disabled Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Services available to Botany, Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra LGA s. Each case individually assessed. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fees by assessment. 3 Anglican Retirement Villages Community Services Suite 3F 1st Floor, O Riordan Street, Alexandria Ph: Carers available from 8.30am 5.00 pm Mon Fri. Respite hours determined by assessment. Services available on a regular or occasional basis. Services the Botany, Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra LGA s. Respite care for frail aged/ disabled persons. Eligibility determined by assessment. Fees apply. Eastern Area Visit Program (Sisters of Charity outreach) 75 Boundary St, Darlinghurst Ph: Mon-Thurs pm Up to 3 hours of respite care per week. Services the Botany, Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra LGA s. Respite care for frail, aged, disabled and socially isolated persons that have exhausted other respite options. Initial assessment Services are free. Home Care Service of NSW (Eastern Sydney Service Centre) Level 4, Anzac Pde, Maroubra Office: Ph: Aboriginal Home Care: Respite maximum service is 10 hours per week, however some provision does exist for extension of these hours to people with high level needs. Services the Botany, Randwick, Waverley, Woollahra LGA s. Frail aged and young disabled persons. Referral needed. HACC assessment carried out. Fees are negotiated.
4 4 Eastern Respite and Recreation Level 6, Suite 602, Anzac Pde, Maroubra Ph: Respite for persons up to 65 years old with a physical, intellectual or sensory disability. Family Support: years Flexible respite packages for people aged 30 years and over with aging carers. Respite, recreational and skills development activities with one to one paid support in or out of home. Caters for people with low to high support needs. Family Support also provides carers serviced by Family Support with the opportunity to attend a support network through regular social activities and relevant information seminars facilitated by professional agencies. Friday Bus Trip: years A recreational group outing which takes place every third Friday during the day time. The group visits various places of interest in the community. Caters for people with high support needs. Independence Group: years An 18 month structured programme to enable young adults to increase their skills and develop independent social networks. Caters for people with low to moderate support needs. Rosebery Social: years Centre based recreation and peer support program for adults held one Saturday night a month at ERR s Rosebery Centre. Caters for people with low support needs. High Support Group years Recreational and peer support group activities for adults with high support needs in conjunction with respite for their families. Volunteer Links: years One to one recreation and peer support for adults, provided by a volunteer link. Caters for people with low support needs. One to One Support: 0-65 years (Flexible Respite & Community Connections) Respite Options provides flexible respite packages including respite, recreational and skills development activities with one to one paid support workers in and out of home. Caters for people with low to high support needs. Services the Botany, City of Sydney, Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra LGA s. Eligibility and cost: Primary carer must be living with disabled person. Some fees apply.
5 In-Home Respite 5 The Junction Neighbourhood Centre Shop 2, Anzac Pde, Maroubra Junction Ph: Low level respite services during working hours: p.m. Mon-Fri Weekly 3 to 10 hour respite for carers. Respite can be either in home or out in the community Services the Randwick LGA. Carer must be living with frail aged person or a person with low level dementia. Hourly fees apply. KinCare Sky City, Building A, Level 4, 20 Lexington Drive, Norwest Business park, Bella Vista Ph: Ph: Web: The KinCare assessment required Costs can vary for private service depending on day, hours and office must be contacted for the quote. There are 24 hour services, emergency service and stay -over options. Services the Eastern Suburbs and South East Sydney regions. For carers of the frail aged and people with a disability. Special needs respite available for carers of dementia sufferers. From $ 6 per hour for assessed respite. Mercy Arms Community Care (Catholic Healthcare) Office: Ph: Mon-Fri 7am-5.30pm 663Elizabeth Street Waterloo NSW 2017 Out of Hours Respite Care (SENC) Shop 68 Eastlakes Shopping Centre, Evans Ave, Eastlakes Ph: A respite plan made with carer to meet the needs of their specific situation. This plan is reviewed periodically to respond to changing needs. Overnight respite is not available. Services Botany, City of Sydney, Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra LGA s. Respite for frail and disabled persons. Care is provided 14 hours a day, with a maximum of 5 hours of care per occasion. Respite services are available Mon-Sat. Services the Botany LGA. Frail aged or older people with dementia living in their home. Contact office for eligibility details. Fees are negotiated. Care is provided on a case by case basis. An assessment is made. $10 charge per occasion
6 In-Home Respite 6 South East Sydney Commonwealth Carer Respite and Carelink Centre (Benevolent Society) 4th Floor, 7-11 The Avenue Hurstville Carelink Ph: Carer Respite Ph: Ph: St Lukes s Home Care 18 Roslyn Street, Potts Point Home Care Ph: Free information about respite options and help organising planned or emergency respite care. Financial assistance for short-term or emergency respite when needed. There is carer s registry and referrals for carers This is part of a national network of Carer Respite and Carelink Centres. Respite and short-term accommodation for carers. Low level and high level care options and a range of different packages, eg: Community Aged Care, Extended Aged Care At Home, Extended Aged Care at Home Dementia. Weekly In-home respite, one to one community outings, relaxation program for Caregivers, socialisation and case management. Services the Botany, Randwick, Waverley, Woollahra LGA s. *Carers of people with dementia *Carers of children or young people with disability *Older people who are caring for an adult child with a disability *Teenagers and young people who are caring for a family member with a disability Fees and eligibility negotiated individually. The amount you will need to pay will depend on your assets and income. Anyone can make an initial referral. ACAT assessment.
7 In-Home Respite 7 Sunnyfield Eastern Suburbs Respite in Action Call head office: Annual intake open last week of February, closes end of March. Services commence first week of July. Respite service for people with disabilities aged between 0-65 years living at home with family/carer in Eastern Suburbs. Services the Botany, City of Sydney, Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra LGA s. Up to 65 years. People with a disability who are living at home with a carer. $150 per year. Need to speak with Jeanette Friar Veterans Home Care Program Address unnecessary, have agencies spread over the country In home and residential respite up to 196hrs or 28 days per financial year. Veteran or their widow/ widower must hold a repatriation health card (gold or white). ACAT assessment required for residential respite. Ph: In-home (only) respite ser- Out-of-Home Respite Annabel House 21 Munda St, Randwick Ph: ov.au POWH Day Care for Dementia Group offers respite activities for people with dementia. Light lunch is provided. Activities: picnics, bus trips and centre based activities. Day care 7 days a week, 8.30am-5.00 pm. Bus/car available to transport clients. 1 support group for carers, which meet last Monday of every month 1.30pm Moderate to severe dementia. Clients must be referred through ACAT. Respite services are free. Services the Botany and Randwick LGA s.
8 Out-of-Home Respite 8 Australian Chinese Community Association of NSW Inc. 2 Mary St, Surry Hills Ph: The Burger Centre (Jewish Care) 120 King St, Randwick Ph: Jewish Care Intake: u/ Eastern Respite and Recreation Level 6, Suite 602, Anzac Pde, Maroubra Ph: Centre based day care Centre based day care runs in the centre every Monday 10am to 2pm for mandarin speaking clients and Wednesday from 10am-2pm. For Cantonese speaking clients Areas covered include South-East Sydney. Day care program activities: exercise, educational talks/ discussions, Tai Chi, hydrotherapy, arts and crafts, concerts, outings and more. Day care is available from 10.00am-2.00pm* Mon-Fri. Kosher meals/morning tea Buses for transport clients Respite for carers of up to 65 years of age with a physical, intellectual or sensory disability. See page 4 for details. Anyone can refer for frail aged/disabled and those with low level dementia of Chinese background. Cost: a Fee for transport to and from the centre, as well as for meals. Respite services are free. From 65 years for frail and disabled (mainly Jewish people). Contact Jewish care for info. Dementia programs available and a Russian speaking program on Wednesdays Daily fees apply Primary carer must live with disabled person. Some services have fees. Greek Welfare Centre 378a King St, Newtown PO Box 784 Newtown 2042 Ph: net.au Centre based day care in Matraville for the frail aged of non- English speaking background. This program includes: transport to and from centre, meals, activities, exercise and outings 8 am-6 pm. There is a Greek group Tuesdays, a Russian, Greek and Chinese group on Wednesdays and Dementia day care on Fridays. From 65 years. Frail aged or have a disability, with a working carer. Small daily fees apply. Contact the Greek Welfare Centre for more information. Services Botany, Randwick, City of Sydney, Waverley and Woollahra LGA s. *Does not include time taken transporting clients at the beginning and end of the day. Same applies to other times quoted in this directory.
9 Out-of-Home Respite 9 Holdsworth Community Centre 64 Holdsworth St, Woollahra Ph: One-to-one support and group activities. Community transport may assist persons with travel. Services Botany, City of Sydney, Randwick, Woollahra and Waverley LGA s. Adults with a mild to moderate intellectual disability aged 18 to 65 years; caters to adults with low to high support needs. Contact centre for more information. Rushcutters Bay Day Centre 301 Forbes St, Darlinghurst Respite service for people with Dementia. Transport available. Respite is: Tues-Fri, 10.00am-2.30pm Eligibility based on diagnosis of dementia and physical mobility (clients are independently mobile and continent). Ph: South East Sydney Commonwealth Carer Respite Centre (Benevolent Society) Rosemore or Mirrabooka Cottages-(Bexley) Overnight Respite Carelink Ph: Carer Respite Ph: Services the Woollahra and Waverley LGA s. A place where frail older people can be cared for overnight or for short periods to provide a break for their carers. Services Botany, City of Sydney, Hurstville, Kogarah, Randwick, Rockdale, Sutherland, Waverley and Woollahra areas. Respite services free too HACC* clients. Small fee for lunch. Ring for referral Frail older people requiring care overnight Fees apply. Contact centre for more information. Sydney Multicultural Community Service 3 General Bridges Cres, Daceyville Ph: Frail aged day care and carer support program. Transport available. Therapists speak various languages. Timetable: Respite program varies Mon- Chinese frail aged; Tues- Multicultural frail aged; Wed-Maltese and Polish frail aged; Thurs- Multicultural group with dementia; Fri Italian frail aged. Eastern Suburbs LGA s. Frail aged day care and carer support program for *CALD community. Call for eligibility details. From 60 years. Frail aged day care program has small fees. Lunch is from $11 per day. *CALD: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse *HACC: Home and Community Care are government funded services for frail older people, people with disabilities and/or their carers
10 Out-of-Home Respite 10 Uniting Care Ageing: Botany Day Respite Centre: 1355 Botany Rd, Botany (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) Wellness Respite Centre: 3 Botany St, Bondi Junction (Fridays) Contact the Centre Manager: Centre based respite care for part day or a whole day. Transport available Services: Podiatry, Hairdressing, Advocacy, home and garden modification (fees) Activities: gentle exercise, arts/crafts, music, games and more * Morning/afternoon tea and lunch provided * Support programs for carer and recipient Carers experiencing difficulty maintaining employment due to lack of suitable respite care Care recipients over 65 years Carers and recipients living in East and South East Sydney Each carer assessed individually (no carer denied service due to inability to pay) Uniting Care Ageing: The Overnight Respite Cottage: 59 First Ave, Campsie Call Wednesday-Sunday: Or Monday-Friday: War Memorial Hospital Day Care Centre War Memorial Hospital, 125 Birrell St, Waverley Ph (intake): Ph (enquiries): Overnight respite: Thurs 4pm to Sun 12pm Provides: meals, cleaning, laundry Activities: home-like environment, single rooms, garden, outings, 1-3 nights, emergency respite on occasion. Services Inner West, but if there is a bed available other areas accepted. Day Care services 10.30am-2.00 pm Lunch, morning/afternoon tea - transport for clients. 3 *CALD groups for the frail aged on Mondays (languages are for eg: Greek, Russian & Spanish). 2 groups for persons with early memory loss and frail aged Tues-Fri. Overnight respite to assist carers of the frail aged, including those with dementia. Care recipients over 60 years old. Anyone can be referred and an assessment is made by the coordinator Service Fees are: $39 per night From 65 years. Frail aged and older people who have mild to moderate confusion. Must be living in own home. Small fee for lunches, outings etc. Botany, Randwick and Waverley LGAs *CALD: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse *HACC: Home and Community Care are government funded services for frail older people, people with disabilities and/or their carers
11 Emergency Respite Eastern Respite and Recreation Level 6, Suite 602, Anzac Pde, Maroubra Ph: Care provided on a case by case basis in conjunction with other organisations such as South East Sydney Carer Respite centre. Each case is individually assessed. 11 Presbyterian Aged Care Sydney 74 Brown St Paddington Ph: South East Sydney Commonwealth Carer Respite and Carelink Centre (Benevolent Society) 4th Floor, 7-11 The Avenue Hurstville Carelink Ph: Carer Respite Ph: Emergency respite depending on assessment/ availability (If there is a room available) Provides unplanned, short term and emergency in-home or residential respite depending on the needs of the person being cared for. Services the complete South East Sydney area From 65 years. Each case is individually assessed. Fees apply. Each case is individually assessed. Fees are negotiated. Veterans Home Care Suite 2, 2/6 Donnelly Street, Totonto NSW 2283 Ph: (2) Fax: (02) PO Box 353, Toronto NSW Provide emergency short-term relief when carer is unable to provide care due to sudden and unforseen circumstances. This relief may incorporate 24 hour care. For a maximum of 3 days emergency respite is provided per occasion, with no more than 3 occasions per year. Veteran or their widow/ widower must hold a repatriation health card (gold or white). Respite services are free. The Junction Neighbourhood Centre does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information contained within this list.
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