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Additional services also available including log book servicing,
tyre replacement and wheel alignments, air conditioning services and
small panel repairs.
*Passenger vehicles only, commercial and 4x4's incur an additional cost.
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This unique combination ensures a realistic costing of your
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ABC Constructions offers not only exceptional visualisation of your
proposed extension, you will also receive:
• An appraisal of your existing home and possible siting
of your new extension (ground level or second storey)
• Fully itemised pricing
• Fixed price contract and specifications
• Comprehensive work schedule, showing you when
and what is happening week by week
• $500 per week penalty for each week we over-run the
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Milestone for community care
Just Better Care services' Sarah Cassone, right, with Kelly Daniel and her twins Jai and Kane.Picture: Elesa Lee
HACC celebrates 25 years
WORKERS, managers and clients of
the ACT Home and Community Care
program have celebrated 25 years of
the program in the ACT.
The ACT sector of Home and
Community Care consists of 32 service
delivery organisations assisting 13,012
clients -- approximately 3.7 per cent of
ACT Council of Social Service
director Roslyn Dundas said the ser-
vice had expanded rapidly over the
past 10 years, particularly driven by
demographic change, and she expected
demand to continue to grow in the
coming decades. In 2003-04 personal
care hours were 52,204, and this had
increased by 57 per cent by 2010-11 to
over 82,000 hours.
''HACC is a vital service for many
Canberrans who rely on the support
and contact the program provides,''
Ms Dundas said.
''Over the past 25 years the program
has grown and developed, and with the
National Health Care Reforms impac-
ting on the program we face a range of
changes in the future.
''Coming together at this important
time in the program's history is a great
opportunity to celebrate the workers in
the HACC program as well as prepare
for the future.''
The program aims to provide com-
munity care services to frail aged and
younger people with disabilities, as
well as their carers, enabling them to
live as independently as possible in the
Consumers can receive a variety of
services from the program including
nursing care, personal care, meals and
other food services, home modification
and maintenance, counselling, allied
health care, respite care and transport.
Ms Dundas said the aim of the
program was to promote independence
and to assist frail older people and
people with disabilities to continue
living in the community.
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