Commonwealth Carelink and Respite Centres
Tel: 1800 052 222
There are 11 Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres in Western Australia, three of which are managed by the Australian Red Cross: East Perth, covering the East Metropolitan area; Willetton, covering the South East Metropolitan area and Bunbury, covering the South West.
Weekend and school holiday breaks for children with autism from 6-18 years of age; respite services provided in a number of homes throughout the metropolitan area; in-home respite may be provided depending on funding.
A home-stay style farm in Lake Clifton, approximately 1.25 hours drive south of Perth, for teens and adults with autism and downs syndrome.
In-home respite service, School holiday programs (Perth and Mandurah); mini-breaks of one or two nights away and emergency overnight respite care on a needs basis.
Family Support WA
Tel: (08) 9303 4660
Provides in-home respite services or various accommodations around Perth. Intensive Family Support provider.
Website: http://www.wanslea.asn.au/ childrens-services/in-home-care
In-home care is a exible option which offers childcare in your own home. Care is provided by approved educators who will endeavour to t in with your family’s special circumstances.
Provides a range of support services, including school holiday camps, in-home respite and recreation programs. Two children’s respite houses provide care for up to six children.
Respite program for children with low to moderate care needs who have a developmental disability. The Children’s Community Respite service usually occurs in the family home or community for children with a disability and their siblings.
Community Vision Child and Youth Respite
Tel: (08) 9309 9578
Supports children and youth with disabilities,
who are under 18 years of age, and their families. Activities include weekend and school vacation support, recreational activities for small groups of teenagers with disabilities and one-to-one support in the home or the community.
Respite, home help and personal care.
Lady Lawley Cottage - Red Cross
Lady Lawley Cottage provides support to families with children from babies up to 16 years of age, who have multiple disabilities and or chronic medical disorders which impact on the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of the family as a whole.
Respite Online is a free resource for carers, their family, friends and agencies working with carers. The site provides a flexible, interactive and supportive online environment for the carers’ community, giving access to information on a variety of respite related support in Western Australia.