Caring for a person living with severe or profound disability can be challenging.

We can support you if you are caring for a friend or family member and would like some support, advice, or time to look after yourself.


Respite support for carers of younger people with disabilities

We offer tailored information and advice about the support for carers and the people they care for to maintain relationships and support wellbeing.

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In-home and community-based support – Take Five

Take Five supports people in Adelaide living with disability, as well as provides respite for carers. We will work with you to meet your needs and support your goals.

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Young Carers Respite

If you are a young person caring for someone at home, juggling school, work and caring responsibilities can be difficult.

Our Young Carers Respite program can help you manage your caring role while you complete secondary or vocational education.

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Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre

Do you care for an older person and/or for someone living with a disability?

Caring can be challenging and there may be times when you need a break. Our Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre provides support, respite and advice.

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Respite Care in Rural Areas

It can be hard to find respite if you are a carer living in a rural or remote area.

Our respite services can help. We provide regular and ongoing respite in regions where no other suitable service is available, and can arrange respite for emergency situations.

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Mental Health Respite: Carer support

If you are caring for a person with a severe mental illness or intellectual disability, you may need respite and support from time to time.

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