Community Accessability works in partnership with clients, carers and other professionals providing, high quality and flexible services. Through leadership, and a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, we promote social well being and independence.
Community Accessability Inc. was founded in 1998 and is a Not for Profit organisation. We have 22 employees and utilise the contributions of over 220 volunteers to deliver our programs to the 12 Shires of the Hume region of Victoria.
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- Community Transport
Our Community Transport program provides volunteer drivers to transport community members to medical and social outings. We are also involved with other community transport programs, which are sponsored through in-kind partnerships, between a varied number of community organisations.
- Volunteer Friends Program
The Volunteer Friends Program is a respite program offering opportunities to individuals who are 16+, have a disability and live independently or permanently with a carer. We provide the opportunity to enjoy social gatherings, holidays and outings.
- Getting There Network
The Getting There Network provides a portal for all transport information, services and assistance programs and developing innovative programs including C.A.R., Smartlink, Access Spots, Experts, Companions and Travellers Aid, as well as being a means for the better utilisation of transport assets in the community. The Network's services, programs and information, assists in bridging the gap between public, commercial and community services throughout our Region.
The Volunteer roles and tasks of Community Accessability are varied and invaluable and are delivered throughout many centres of the Hume Region of Victoria. We wouldn’t be able to deliver our services without their support.
- The Access Spot
The Access Spot provides support, assistance and transport and access information. There are 3 types of Access Spot, 1. Manned where volunteers provide the assistance and information and 2. Static where there is a permanent and regularly updated display of information located within rural communities and 3. Articles which can be used in local newsletters etc, to education all community members .