Services We Provide

Below is an overview of the services Allevia provides. At Allevia, we have been serving the Sydney community since 1978 and aim to provide the same convenient, quality service that has made us a leader in the community services industry.

If at anytime, while you are browsing through our services section, you have a question related to any of our services don’t hesitate to call us at (02) 9773 8894 or send us an e-mail at allevia@allevia.org.au.

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Living Services

Providing places for people who have a disability to live in the community – houses and units, shared or otherwise, with people there to assist with daily living based on person-centred support arrangements. We provide drop-in style support for those in their own home who need or want very specific types of assistance. Everything we do is planned around personal wants and needs. Currently some accommodation is funded by the NSW government and they control who resides there, but we are open to consider other arrangements with individual’s groups and families.

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Bankstown Occasional Care

Occasional care for children 0-8 years of age.  Fees are charged at an hourly rate.  For more detailed information visit www.bankstownoccasionalcare.org

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One Village

Family and community support services including community-based respite care for children and adults who have special needs.  One Village uses Village Advocates who are linked to specific cultural and linguistically diverse groups, such as the Arabic and Vietnamese communities.

The staff at One Village offer person-centred services based around what families want and need to sustain the family circle and to attain personally satisfying lifestyles. These services include focus groups, linking families to services in the community, counselling, advice, break away activities, and health promotion and education opportunities.

The One Village group of services includes Kids Life – previously called Peer Support & Youth Group. This program offers person-centred community-based activities which act as a form of respite on Saturdays for kids aged 5 to 18.

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Elevate – Day Program Services

Part of the One Village group of services, Elevate is an environment where individuals can engage in activities of their choice which promote community access and participation skills through training and experiential learning. It also includes activities which are just plain fun and which make each day one to remember.

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Lifestyle Planning & Clinical Support

Providing support to agencies, families, and individuals who have a disability to address issues relating to behaviour problems, health, mental illness, and skill development. Fees are charged at an hourly rate and are negotiated on a case by case basis.