Wuchopperen provides Health Support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. These are managed from the Reef building in Manoora, and from the Edmonton clinic.
This service helps Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people with complex and chronic diseases to effectively manage their conditions through access to one-on-one assistance by Care Coordinators.
The National Community Connector Program (NCCP) supports people with disability from specified population groups to navigate the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The NCCP was developed in response to the NDIA’s recognition of the challenges of engaging with, and providing a service to, the diverse populations and individuals the NDIS supports. Challenges include social, cultural, economic, and other barriers.
The NCCP involves the deployment of Community Connectors across Australia to support people to access and engage with the NDIS. The NCCP builds on the National Disability Insurance Agency’s (NDIA) Remote Community Connectors program and community engagement strategies and will reach three specified population groups:
CHSP provides entry-level support for older and frail people who need some help to stay at home and in their communities. Service providers work with clients to maintain their independence.
CHSP services can be delivered on a short-term, episodic or ongoing basis and have a strong focus on activities that support independence and social connectedness and provide more choice to consumers.
The CHSP is supported by My Aged Care through: