Dementia is a widespread disease. In Australia around 200 000 people have the diagnosis of dementia and close to a million people are affected as families or carers.
Better health and active ageing for all Australians.
Diabetes Queensland Helpline is a not-for-profit organisation reliant on community support. All funds raised on behalf of the organisation are re-invested into research, health services, provision of self?management products and services, and public awareness. It offers personalised and practical assistance to benefit people with diabetes and their carers and provides a forum for the development of national policies.
The Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) provides eligible Queensland (Australian) residents with permanent and stabilised conditions or disabilities, access to subsidy funding for the provision of MASS endorsed aids and equipment.
We listen when you tell us what you really want from Medicare Australia. Every staff member takes pride in providing friendly, timely and accurate service, protecting your privacy and making your experience as easy as possible. Our promise is that we will deliver great service to all Australians. View our revised service charter.
Grief is the reaction people have to any loss in their lives. It includes a wide range of responses which vary with each person, the type of loss and its meaning to them, and their particular circumstances and experiences.
Nutrition Australia is a non-government, non-profit, community based-organisation with offices in all states and territories. Nutrition Australia is an independent body that aims to promote the health and well-being of all Australians.
ACAT helps older people and their carers work out what kind of care will best meet their needs when they are no longer able to manage at home without assistance. ACATs provide information on suitable care options and can help arrange access or referral to appropriate residential or community care services such as Home and Community Care (HACC).
PalAssist is a Queensland wide telephone service that provides information and emotional support to individuals affected by life-limiting or terminal illness, their family, friends carers and health professionals.
The Alzheimer’s Association of Queensland (AAQ) is Queensland’s leading not-for-profit community organization whose primary aim is to help maintain the quality of life of people diagnosed with dementia and their caregivers.
Parkinson’s Queensland Inc provides support and information services to People with Parkinson’s, their carers, families and friends within the metropolitan and regional communities of Queensland.
The Australian Medical Association of Queensland is the State’s peak medical body representing more than 5,670 doctors, from residents and registrars through to public and private specialists and general practitioners.
Queensland Health is a dynamic organisation committed to providing a range of services aimed at achieving good health and well-being for all Queenslanders. Through a network of 20 Health Service Districts and the Mater Hospitals, Queensland Health delivers a range of integrated services including hospital inpatient, outpatient and emergency services, community and mental health services, aged care services and public health and health promotion programs.
Arthritis Queensland (which incorporates Osteoporosis Queensland) is a non-profit organisation, helping those living with the conditions of arthritis and osteoporosis.
Sleep Disorders Australia is a voluntary organization with branches in each State, providing information and support to sufferers of sleep disorders and their families.
Optometrists Association Australia is the peak professional organisation for optometrists in Australia. Its mission is to enable its State divisions and their member optometrists to achieve their aspirations for the profession of optometry.
The Spectacles Supply Scheme (SSS) provides a comprehensive range of free basic prescription spectacles for Queensland residents who meet the eligibility criteria for the Scheme. All eligible applications to the SSS will be assessed through an equitable process based on clinical need.
The Queensland Health BreastScreen Queensland Program is a population-based, public health program that offers free breast cancer screening and follow-up assessment services for women aged 50 to 69 years. This is the age group where research shows screening to be most beneficial. Women aged 40 to 49 years and 70 years and older can also attend if they choose.
St John is a charitable organisation dedicated to helping people in sickness, distress, suffering or danger. We have been active in Australia for over a hundred years, and internationally are part of a wider organisation with a long and honourable history.