Your Rights and Responsibilities (English)
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Due to COVID-19, changes to services and access may apply.
For more information see Flinders and Upper and Far North LHN response to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
The following services are available:
Please note that fees may be charged for some services. Further information can be obtained when contacting the service provider.
The Child Health program aims to support children and their families by providing a range of services that promotes healthy child development. Services include:
Services provided aim to support people to live safe, healthy and independent lives in the community. Services include:
We also offer a range of services to prevent and manage illness. Services include:
The Adult Mental Health Team provides specialised one-to-one counselling, group work and health promotional activities aimed at promoting mental, emotional, physical and social health and wellbeing.
Workers provide information, education, counselling and support to adults, families and carers whose lives are affected by mental health issues.
Services are provided to adults over 18 years of age, in the Port Augusta Community and throughout the Far North Region of South Australia.
Community Health nurses provide specialist nursing care across the health service. These services are provided in the home, at our community health locations and within the hospital. Specialist areas include:
The allied health services provided include:
Allied health professionals assess people’s needs and provide treatment and therapy services to support individuals and groups to rehabilitate, maintain or gain independence and to assist in the management of pain illness and disability.
The community health service is supported by a range of trained and skilled people including: