Useful Links

Ability Links :Families in every part of NSW have access to an Ability Links NSW 'Linker'. Access to a Linker is available to everyone between the ages of 9 and 64.

Ability Inc :  Ability Incorporated Advocacy Service is funded to advocate and support people with disability, their families and carers. Our aim is to protect, promote and advance the rights of people with disability. This is a FREE and confidential service to consumers.

OPALS :  Older Persons' Assessment and Liaison Service Pty Ltd provide Care Planning and Advocacy, Behaviour Management, Assessment and Telehealth and Case Management services to older people.

The Aged Care Rights Service :  The Aged Care Rights Service (TARS) is an advocacy service for older residents of nursing homes, hostels and retirement villages and people receiving Consumer Directed Care Packages.

Daisi : DAISI is a free confidential service providing information on services and supports available to assist the aged and those of all ages with a disability; and their families, carers and advocates.

Eden in Oz and NZ : The Eden Alternative IS about wellness and continuing to live a life worth living. The Eden Alternative encourages us to view aging as continuing to live and grow and not to stop living just because our Elders have moved into a residential care environment.

National Disability Insurance Scheme : NDIS understands that everyone's needs, preferences and aspirations are different. They provide information and referrals, support to access community services and activities, personal plans and supports over a lifetime for people with a disability.

Home Care Today : Home Care Today is a national service that aims to support both consumers and home care providers to work together to implement consumer directed care in home care packages

My Aged Care : The My Aged Care website has been established by the Australian Government to help you navigate the aged care system. The Gateway is part of the Australian Government's changes to the aged care system which have been designed to give people more choice, more control and easier access to a full range of aged care services.

Department of Social Services : Department of Social Services helps to support people with disability through programs and services and benefits and payments.

The Children's Guardian : The Office of the Children's Guardian is an independent statutory authority in NSW Government. We protect children in NSW by promoting and regulating quality, child safe organisations and services.

Keeping Them Safe Child Protection : Keep Them Safe: A shared approach to child wellbeing is the NSW Government's five-year (2009-14) action plan to re-shape the way family and community services are delivered in NSW to improve the safety, welfare, and wellbeing of children and young people.

Disability Services Complaints Ombudsman : Do you have a problem with a NSW agency? Anyone can make a complaint. If you have difficulty writing a letter, they can help. You can also ask a friend, a family member, your MP or an advocate to complain on your behalf.

Department of Human Services : Delivering social and health-related payments and services. 

Aged Care Complaints : Supporting you to resolve concerns about aged care services.

St Joseph's Nursing Home : St Josephs Nursing Home is a 130 bed Accredited Aged Care Facility based in Lismore, NSW, owned and operated by the Trustees of the Roman Catholic Church, Diocese of Lismore since 1936

St Vincent's Hospital - Lismore : St Vincents Private Hospital is an accredited acute surgical, medical, rehabilitation and palliative care hospital which provides a wide range of hospital services.

Catholic Diocese of Lismore : We are home to 105,000 Catholics in twenty eight Parishes living along the picturesque coastline of New South Wales that extends from the Tweed River in the North to Camden Haven in the South.

St Carthage's Community Care Rolling Strategic Plan

What is St Carthage's Strategic Plan?

St Carthage's Community Care's Strategic Plan provides a unique opportunity to create a vision for the organisation, a platform for achieving the goals and consolidate the important contributions made in the ageing and disability fields.

The strategic plan is a public statement that outlines how St Carthage's will implement its values, mission and vision.

Why do we have a Strategic Plan?

St Carthage's Community Care has developed this Strategic Plan as the framework to achieving the goals and aspirations for the future of the organisation.

The organisation is highly regarded in the community and has an impressive reputation in the region for quality service delivery and partnership approaches. The commitment to delivering professional, effective, client focused and compassionate
services is evidenced through regular client surveys and Stakeholder feedback.

Please click here to download and view our complete Strategic Plan.

Eden Registry Member