SML Disability Support Services and The Australian Foundation for CDKL5 Research

Fair-go Access Support Services and AFCR

We provide:

  • Disability Support Services
  • Allied Health Services
  • Health, Disability Products and Supplements
  • Tube Feeding products, advice, Nutrition plans and Keto advice
  • Natural Health Products, consultations and plans

Business services include:

  • personal support
  • houehold assistance
  • medical and health aids
  • equipment and consumables
  • enteral nutrition and supplies
  • employment support services
  • counselling and
  • allied health.

We also specialise in problem solving.

Listing details

Street address: Wadawurrung Country, 2/84 Shannon Avenue, Geelong West 3218 VIC Australia
Postal address: Wadawurrung Country, 48 Katoomba Court, Hamlyn Heights 3215 VIC Australia
Organisation type: Community group or not-for-profit – unincorporated
Affiliations: AUSPEN, ANTA, The Australian Foundation for CDKL5 Research, Chamber of Commerce, BPW
Languages spoken: Italian, Mandarin, Sinhalese
Service area: City of Greater Geelong, Geelong, Geelong West

Contact: Simone
Phone: 03 5298 2746
Mobile: 0404 633 681
Email: [email protected]

Cost: Free services are provided to the community.
Free for advice and support to NDIS participants and anyone needing to talk or not sure about where to get help for health and medical services.
Referral: Referrals not essential but we accept NDIS, Veterans Affairs, Medicare, Home support packages, private health, specialist and medical practitioner referrals and TAC referrals.
Volunteer opportunities: Yes
Wheelchair accessible? Yes
Public transport access: Yes
Additional information:

AFCR is the charity supported by Fair-go Access Support Services, Heal and Soul Health, Manny's Kitchen, Anjel Inports and AnjelStore.

We aim to fill identified gaps in Disability Support needs such as Continence, Non toxic feeding Supplies, Medicinal Nutrition and Management of all conditions by understanding and supporting the bodies basic physiology to strengthen and support each person to manage the symptoms of the disorder or condition affecting them.