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Dental Health Services provide subsidised dental treatment at public dental clinics, or private dental clinics participating in the government subsidised Oral Health Care Scheme.
A subsidy towards the cost of travel and accommodation for eligible Western Australians in rural and remote areas who need to travel to receive specialist medical services.
This scheme is for children who are incontinent. A product subsidy of up to $490 per year is available to assist families with meeting the cost of continence products for their children.
This scheme provides a subsidy to compensate financially disadvantaged persons for the electricity costs of operating life support equipment at home.
People with Disability
Entitles holder to use ACROD parking bays including on-street parking, in shopping centres, hospitals, libraries and schools.
Free or reduced fees for all emergency and urgent ambulance services, and non-urgent ambulance services that are deemed to be medically necessary and which are provided by the St John Ambulance service.
The Community Aids and Equipment Program (CAEP) assists people with long term health, disability or age related functional impairment to stay in their own homes by providing equipment such as a wheelchair; or home modifications such as installing a ramp to enhance their safety and independence in their home.
The Companion Card is issued to people with a significant and permanent disability who require support from a companion to make use of most venues and participate in activities.
Silver Chain delivers a continence management and advice service at clinics through Western Australia.
The WA Spectacles Subsidy Scheme offers up to $53.85 subsidy to eligible applicants every two years.
The Taxi Users' Subsidy Scheme (TUSS) provides taxi travel at a reduced rate for people who have a severe permanent disability that will always prevent them from using a conventional public transport bus service.
This scheme provides an energy subsidy to financially disadvantaged persons who have a thermoregulatory dysfunction requiring that they operate equipment to control the temperature of their homes.
The School Dental Service provides free emergency and general dental care for school children aged 5 to 16 years.

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