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These services are within a few kilometers of Pagewood.

Randwick Botany Little Athletics Centre

Phone: 02 9349 4862

Fax: 02 9349 4862

Location: Hensley Athletic Field, cnr wentworth ave and Denison st, Pagewood NSW 2035

Mail: 1 Hayward St, Kingsford NSW 2032

Email:

Web: www.randwickbotanylac.com.au

Description: Track and field athletic competition. Training and tuition for children in the local and outside municipalities.

Hensley Athletic Field used September through to March.

During winter months only cross country available, email secretary. Registrations commence first Saturday in September

Hours: Sat 8:30am-1:00pm

Eligibility: From 3 to 17 years.

Contact: Secretary: Judy Vecellio

Area Served: Sydney Metro

Volunteering Note: Volunteers welcome

Keywords: Children and Families; Athletics

Parent Organisation: NSW Little Athletic Association

© Randwick City Council [28508] Last Full Review: 27Mar17

Adolescent Health Court and Community Team

Caution. We have been unable to verify this information for over two years.

Phone: 02 8372 3066

Fax: 02 9700 3686

Location: Westfield Office Towers, Suite 305, Lvl 2, 152 Bunnerong Rd, Eastgardens NSW 2036

Web: www.justicehealth.nsw.gov.au

Description: Provides a specialist mental health and risk assessment for young offenders and for young people at risk of becoming involved in the Juvenile Justice system. The Court Diversion Program provides the Magistrate with a mental health assessment with community and custodial treatment options for identified young people. The Community Clinic provides referring agencies with a specialised mental health and risk assessment with treatment recommendations to assist these partner agencies in providing ongoing care for the young person. Eligibility determined following completion of referral pack. Aged from 10-19 yrs old.

Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 4pm

Referral: Referral required from Community Adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) or other agencies. Referrals to the Court Diversion Program come from the Magistrates at participating courts, Aboriginal Legal Aid and Legal Aid Services and the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ).

Disability Access: No

Area Served: NSW

Languages (other than English): Interpreter Services available

Keywords: Mental Illness; Children and Families; Juvenile Justice; Youth; Courts of Law; Assessment and Referral Services; Mental Health Services

Alternative Names: Adolescent Community Forensic Mental Health Service

Parent Organisation: Justice Health

© Randwick City Council [70623] Last Full Review: 25Sep12

Champagnat Catholic College Pagewood

Phone: 02 9349 7333

Fax: 02 9344 9883

Location: 35 Donovan Ave, Pagewood NSW 2035

Mail: Locked Bag 7, Maroubra NSW 2035

Email:

Web: www.champagnatpagewood.catholic.edu.au

Description: Boys, Catholic secondary school, years 7-12

Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30am-4pm

Eligibility: Male Only.

Disability Access: Yes (Lift, staff, etc.)

Area Served: Bayside, Randwick, Waverley

Keywords: Non-government Schools; Secondary Schools; Catholic; Children and Families

© Randwick City Council [79572] Last Full Review: 14Sep17

St Aidan's School

Caution. We have been unable to verify this information for over two years.

Phone: 02 9344 6364

Fax: 02 9349 4235

Location: 214 Maroubra Rd, Maroubra Junction NSW 2035

Email:

Web: www.stamaroubra.catholic.edu.au

Description: Primary education kindergarten to Year 6

Hours: 8:30am-3.30pm

Eligibility: Catholic children aged 5 by 31 July

Contact: Leonie Palmer - Principal

Transport: Bus services Anzac Parade

Disability Access: No

Area Served: Randwick

Keywords: Children and Families; Non-government Schools; Primary Schools

© Randwick City Council [16498] Last Full Review: 1Apr14

Australian Unity Home Care Service - Eastern Sydney

Phone: 1300 159 075

Fax: 03 8682 4672

Location: lvl 4, 806-812 Anzac Pde, Maroubra Junction NSW 2035

Mail: PO Box 1195, Maroubra Junction NSW 2035

Web: www.australianunity.com.au/home-services

Description: Domestic assistance, personal care, respite, shopping and social support.

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

Eligibility: Will be determined by the Referral and Assessment Centre

Fees: Service fee is negotiated with assessor, based on ability to pay

Contact: For new clients, 1800 350 792 (Sydney Metropolitan Home Care Referral and Assessment Centre)

Referral: Must come through the Assessment and Referral Centre

Disability Access: Yes (ground level access and lift)

Area Served: City of Sydney (Waverley); Woollahra; Randwick (Botany)

Languages (other than English): Spanish

Keywords: People with a Disability; Children and Families; Carers; Older People; Domestic Assistance; Personal Care; Respite Care Services; Shopping Assistance; Social Support Services

Alternative Names: Family and Community Services, Ageing Disability and Home Care-Eastern Sydney Home Care

Parent Organisation: Australian Unity

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© IDEAS [40710] Last Full Review: 16Oct17

Eastern Eye Centre

Phone: 02 9349 5551

Fax: 02 9349 5554

Location: Suite 106 Level 1 Pacific Square Shopping Centre, 737 Anzac Pde, Maroubra Junction NSW 2035

Email:

Web: www.easterneyecentre.com.au

Description: Ophthalmology and orthoptic services: General Ophthalmology; Cataract Assessment and Surgery; Paediatic Ophthalmology; Strabismus Assessment and Surgery; Neuro-ophthalmology; Oculoplastics; Glaucoma Management; Diabetic Eye Care and Macular Degeneration.

Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Fees: Fees apply. Pension rate available.

Referral: Referral from GP or Optometrist

Transport: Buses to the door and 2 hours free parking underneath building and take lift to Level 1.

Disability Access: Yes (Wheelchair accessible premises)

Area Served: South East Sydney

Keywords: Optometry and Ophthalmology; Children and Families; People with a Disability; Vision Impairment

© IDEAS [52901] Last Full Review: 2Feb17

Learning Links

Phone: 02 8568 8200

Fax: 02 8078 6088

Location: Bowen Library, Level 3, 669-673 Anzac Pde, Maroubra Junction NSW 2035

Email:

Web: www.learninglinks.org.au

Description: A charity and non profit organisation, offering information, support and specialist services regarding learning disabilities for: Children under 6, children attending school, parents, carers and families professionals and schools. Services include: Occupational Therapy, Preschool, Speech Therapy, Psychology programs, assessments, group education programs, group social skills programs, literacy and numeracy classes, parenting information and support programs, Psychologist training school support and Out of School Hours Care.

Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5:30pm-variable (office). Some services out of hours.

Eligibility: Up to 18 years. Children who have learning difficulties, mild disabilities and/or struggling at school and their families

Fees: Varies according to service, fee schedule available

Transport: Public transport

Disability Access: Yes (disability access available)

Area Served: South Eastern Sydney LHD

Facilities Note: Within Bowen Library.

Volunteering Note: Office work such as assisting with the preparation of class materials, marketing and fundraising activities. Please contact the office.

Keywords: People with a Disability; Children and Families; Assessment and Referral Services; Preschools; Literacy and Numeracy Programmes; Early Intervention; Peak Bodies; Dyslexia; Specific Learning Difficulty; Support Groups; Special Education; Office Work Volunteers; Individual Advocacy; Occupational Therapy; Speech Impairment; Aged and Disability Information Services; Psychology and Psychiatry; Out of School Hours Care; Carers; NDIS Provider; NDIS Communication and information equipment; NDIS Early Childhood Supports; NDIS Therapeutic Supports

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© IDEAS [59878] Last Full Review: 27Feb17

Killara Women's Refuge

Phone: 02 9560 2656

Email:

Web: www.vinnies.org.au/page/Find_Help/NSW/Domestic_and_family_violence/Killara_refuge/

Description: Residential supported accommodation for women and children escaping domestic violence.

Hours: 24 hours (Refuge), Mon-Fri 9am-4pm (Intake Line)

Eligibility: Female Only.

Fees: Contact for details

Contact: 1800 152 152 (24 Hour Link2home Line)

Referral: Referral and assessment required by phone prior to admittance

Transport: Close to buses

Disability Access: No

Area Served: NSW

Keywords: Women; Children and Families; Domestic Violence; Emergency Accommodation; Supported Accommodation

© IDEAS [361] Last Full Review: 16Nov16

St Vincent de Paul Referral Centre

Phone: 02 9662 7380

Fax: 02 9662 3617

Location: Lvl 2, 1 Meeks St, Kingsford NSW 2032

Mail: PO Box 128, Kingsford NSW 2032

Email:

Web: www.vinnies.org.au

Description: Offers crisis support for people who live in the local area by appointment. Initially need to attend the centre for an assessment interview, after which some cases would be seen in the person's own home by two members of the St Vincent de Paul Society. Support offered includes advocacy, clothing, furniture, white goods and food.

Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-12pm and 1pm-3:30pm

Eligibility: Assessment, Centrelink Income Statement required and proof of residential address.

Transport: Buses on Anzac Pde

Disability Access: Yes (lift access, no customer toilet facilities)

Area Served: South East Sydney HACC

Languages (other than English): Maltese

Facilities Note: Budget counselling

Keywords: People with a Disability; Low Income Earners; Children and Families; Mental Illness; Community Service Groups; Low Cost Goods and Equipment; Low Cost Food Services; Community Visiting; Family Support; Book Appreciation; Gambling Addiction; Assessment and Referral Services; Financial Counselling; Gambling Counselling; Individual Advocacy; Catholic

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© IDEAS [6260] Last Full Review: 13Dec16

St Vincent de Paul Centre - Maroubra

Phone: 02 9344 9990;

Fax: 02 9314 1284

Location: 785 Anzac Pde, Maroubra NSW 2035

Email:

Web: www.vinnies.org.au

Description: This Centre offers quality second hand goods for sale including clothing, household items and books. For people in financial hardship, the family assistance/welfare officer will assess individual or family needs and when deemed appropriate may provide vouchers to assist with payment of electricity, gas and telephone bills. The Centre refers on to other organisations when necessary eg: counselling (budget or personal), Gamblers Anonymous, etc. If necessary, a referral to the local conference may be provided. Two volunteer conference members may then visit a person or family in need and offer support which may include the provision of clothing or furniture. The family assistance officer is available during the times indicated below.

Hours: Family assistance office Mon-Fri 10am-12noon, 1pm-3pm; Shop Mon Tue Wed Fri 9:00am-5:30pm; Thu 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 10am-4pm

Eligibility: Those who are experiencing severe hardship in their lives

Referral: For welfare enquiries please obtain a referral, eg from Centrelink

Disability Access: Yes (Ramps)

Area Served: South East Sydney HACC

Volunteering Note: Volunteers to assist in the shop as required and needed. Refer to the website and locate the section 'Get Involved'

Keywords: Low Income Earners; Children and Families; Mental Illness; People with a Disability; Community Service Groups; Low Cost Goods and Equipment; Low Cost Food Services; Community Visiting; Family Support; Book Appreciation; Gambling Addiction; Assessment and Referral Services; Business Management Volunteers; Gambling Counselling

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© IDEAS [6262] Last Full Review: 9May17

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