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Living well and achieving goals

Anglicare provides expert, tailored support to older Tasmanians and people who have acquired an injury. Anglicare is now in its 40th year of operations. In the early days, we focused on housing and financial counselling. This video shows that in more recent times, we have expanded into services that support older Tasmanians and people who have acquired a brain injury or another type of significant injury. Read more
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National Assistance Card promotes independence

Today marks the start of National Brain Injury Awareness Week.  Anglicare Tasmania joins with the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania to highlight the benefits of carrying a National Assistance Card. Read more
Photo of the MAIB owned complex care facility, Lomandra, located in the North West.

Anglicare service quick on its feet

Rocco (87) has spent the past seven months recovering from a motor vehicle accident at Lomandra, an Anglicare-run facility in Ulverstone. Read more
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Changes to disability services offering

Anglicare Tasmania has made the difficult decision to reduce our involvement in the delivery of some services funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Read more
A photo of Alysse in her wheelchair playing rugby. All three people look happy and ready to play.

A strong voice

Tasmanian disability advocate Alysse Gavlik talks about her work ahead of International Day of People with a Disability (3 December). Read more
Client Garry is holding a bowl of fresh apples which he has just picked from his backyard orchard.

Active support model boosts independence

The active support model used by Anglicare Tasmania in its disability services boosts people's independence. Meet Garry, who lives at Caylea, an MAIB-owned facility in the South. Read more
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A strong heart

Anglicare supports MAIB client Mathew Woodberry of Devonport to achieve his personal goals and give back to his community. Read more
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Disability support work provides a meaningful career

Disability support work provides a meaningful and long term career for Anglicare team member Justin. Now he's a mentor to people starting out in this rewarding role. Read more

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