North Ryde Community Aid & Information Centre is supported by government funding under the Home & Community Care (HACC) Program to provide a selection of services to eligible clients, residing within specified parameters of the local government area of Ryde and & Hunters Hill.
HACC is a joint Commonwealth and State/Territory program providing funding and assistance for Australians in need.
You may be eligible to receive our HACC services if:
- you are a frail, older person
- you are a person with a disability
- you care for a frail aged person or person with a disability
- you do not live in a residential nursing facilitiy
- you receive, or are eligible to receive, an aged pension, a disability support pension or a carer payment or allowance
All NRCA services are co-ordinated by a dedicated team of community workers, and delivered with the tremendous efforts of a merry band of volunteers. All NRCA services support older people, people with a disability and their carers, to continue living independently in their homes, within City of Ryde and Hunters Hill Council areas. NRCA provides choices and assistance, with care and dignity, to aid and extend our clients' independence, connectedness and enhance their well being.