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Health & Wellbeing

Andamooka Community Health Service

Details

Phone: 08 8672 7087

Fax: 08 8672 7222

Address

Lot 33 Hospital Road
Andamooka
South Australia
5722

Description

Opening Hours

Phone 08 8672 7087

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

9 am to 12 noon - 2 pm to 5 pm

Wednesday

9 am to 12 noon

On Call 24 hours

After hours contact: 0428 727 087 (Emergency only)

 

Andamooka Community Support Service

Details

Phone: 08 8672 7238

Fax: 08 8672 7222

Email: andamookahacc@bigpond.com

 

Address

P.O. Box 203
Andamooka
South Australia
5722

Description

Frontier Services - Andamooka Community Support Service

Frontier Services is the major provider of aged care, health and community services, and pastoral support to people in Outback Australia. More than 450 staff deliver a range of services including

  • Residential and In-home aged and disabled care
  • Remote nursing and health clinics
  • Assistance to isolated families, including childcare and early childhood assistance
  • Migrant settlement assistance
  • Student accommodation
  • Provision of short-term volunteers to assist families in need
  • Pastoral support

Frontier Services works with people across 85% of the continent in regional centres, and in Aboriginal communities, isolated properties and mining sites. It is the only organisation, public or private, providing these services across the whole of remote Australia.

Frontier Services is a charity and agency of the Uniting Church and grew out of the pioneering work begun in 1912 by the Rev John Flynn ("Flynn of the inland'). The organisation needs to raise millions of dollars each year through donations to support provision of critical services.

 

Our Services can help you if:

  • You are frail aged, a younger person with a disability, or you are a carer.
  • You need help to organise services which are available
  • You or your carer need a break
  • Existing services are unable or not available to meet your needs
  • You are a person with special need (eg. from a non-English speaking background)

 

WE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING

Transport, home-delivered meals, domestic assistance, minor home maintenance, assistance with shopping and bill-paying, personal care, equipment, friendly visits, information and advocacy. We chareg a small fee for these services.

 

Frontier Services also operates the Commonwealth Carer Respite Centre on behalf of the Commonwealth Government.

 

We can assist by

 - Providing a single focal point of contact for carers needing information and assistance

  about  respite services available in the region and in other parts of Australia

 - Planning the most appropriate ways for meeting respite needs.

 - Coordinating access to respite care services in aged care facilities such as hostels and 

  nursing homes

- Organising and managing with the carer, the delivery of in-home and out-of-home services

   that are tailored to the individual needs of carers and for those whom they care.

 - Providing a free call information line for carers and their families, service providers and

  people interested in seeking information about respite.

 

Andamooka Massage Therapist

Details

Phone: 0427 334 883

Description

 

 

 

Andamooka Press

Since it's first publication in 1973, the Andamooka Press has come a long way and adopted a brand new look in 2010. Please find links to issues below. We will endeavour to provide links for older issues also so watch this space! Links will open in PDF format.

 

2016 - Volume 6

Issue 1 - January February 2016

Issue 2 - March 2016

Issue 3 - April 2016

Issue 4 - May 2016

Issue 5 - June 2016

Issue 6 - June 2016 Special Edition

Issue 7 - July 2016

 

 

 

2015 - Volume 5

Issue 1 - February 2015

Issue 2 - March 2015

Issue 3 - April 2015

Issue 4 - May 2015

Issue 5 - June 2015

Issue 6 - July 2015

Issue 7 - August 2015

Issue 8 - September 2015

Issue 9 - October 2015

Issue 10 - November 2015

Issue 11 - December 2015

 

2014 - Volume 4

Issue 1- February 2014

Issue 2 -March 2014

Issue 3 - April 2014

Issue 4 - June 2014

Issue 5 - August 2014

Issue 6 - September 2014

Issue 7 - October 2014

Issue 8 - November 2014

Issue 9 - December 2014 

 

2013 - Volume 3

Issue 1 - January 2013

Issue 2 - February 2013

Issue 3 - March 2013

Issue 4 - April 2013

Issue 5 - May 2013

Issue 6 - June 2013

Issue 7 - July 2013

Issue 8 - August 2013

Issue 9 - September 2013

Issue 10 - October 2013

Issue 11 - November 2013

Issue 12 - December 2013

 

2012 - Volume 2

Issue 10 - September 2012  Issue 9 - August 2012  Issue 8 - July 2012  Issue 7 - June 2012

Issue 6 - May 2012  Issue 5 - April 2012  Issue 4 - March 2012  Issue 3 - February 2012

Issue 2 - January 2012  Issue 1 - December 2011

 

2011 - Volume 1

Issue 12 - November 2011  Issue 11 - October 2011  Issue 10 - September 2011

Issue 9 - August 2011 Issue 8 - July 2011  Issue 7 - June 2011  Issue 6 - May 2011

Issue 5 - April 2011  Issue 4 - March 2011  Issue 3  - February 2011

Issue 2 - January 2011  Issue 1 - December 2010

 

2007

February  March  November  December

 

2006

February  April  May  June July  August  October November

 

2005

March  April  May  June  August issue 1  August issue 2  December

 

1987 Volume 9

Edition 6 - August 18 1987 20 Nov 1987