We offer a variety of services, support and social activities to people living with a disability in the Ipswich area.
For adults living with a mental illness or acquired brain injury, Ipswich
We can help you access services with the aim of improving your quality of life and capacity for independent living through:
There is no cost for this service through funding provided by the Queensland Department of Disability Services.
Social activities, Ipswich
If you live in Ipswich or surrounding areas and are looking to extend your social networks or get outdoors for some fun and exercise, join the Mozart program. We have a diverse range of group-based activities on offer that change monthly, including:
The costs of activities are heavily subsidised but do vary between activities. These costs are generally listed on Mozart’s quarterly activity calendar, which includes a number of free activities so that everyone has the chance to join in.
For those in supported accommodation, Ipswich
We provide several outings per month for residents aged between 18 and 64 years who are living with a disability at the Tarampa Lodge, Fernvale After Care, or Fairhaven Pine Mountain in Ipswich.
Our calendar changes monthly and outings include:
Each outing costs $6 and runs for a full day. The subsidised fee includes transport, activity and meals.
Our disability services are available to you if you live in the Ipswich area, are aged between 18 and 64 years and meet the criteria of the Disability Services Act 2006 (See page 20 – what is a disability).
If you are aged under 65 years (or under 50 years for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders) and have a permanent and significant disability, you may be eligible for NDIS services. To become a participant, you will need to meet the eligibility requirements of NDIS and provide evidence of your condition. Read more about NDIS.
Find out about Ozcare’s other services for people with disability and health conditions in Queensland
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