HealthPathways Sydney covers referral information for the Sydney Local Health District (SLHD) catchment including RPA, Concord, Canterbury, and Balmain Hospitals.
For early intervention with or without diagnosis, 1800 953 390 or firstname.lastname@example.org will put you/the family in touch with an early childhood partner.
Special Care Dentistry is a referral centre concerned with the oral health care of adults with complex special needs. Their aim is to provide accessible dental services in an equitable and respectful manner to persons with disabilities. They offer a range of sensory tools and specialised equipment to assist during your visit. Treatment can be provided under local anaesthetic, Relative Analgesia, and General Anaesthetic.
A time limited clinical service to children, teens and adults with intellectual disability who have complex health conditions and a current unresolved health issue.
Assessment, develop a health care plan, coordinate referrals to specialists and support treating paediatrician or GP to implement and monitor the health care plan. Provide capacity building services for mainstream health staff providing care to people with an intellectual disability.
SIDHT SESLHD (St George Hospital) Email: SpecialistIntellectualDisabilityHealthTeam@health.nsw.gov.au
Phone: (02) 8566 1222
STrIDeS SLHD (Croyden Community Health Centre) Email: STRIDES@health.nsw.gov.au
Ph: (02) 9378 1364 / (02) 9378 1100
Two Statewide Intellectual Disability Mental Health Hubs have been established to help people with intellectual or developmental disability access appropriate mental health care. One Hub is for children and young people, and one Hub is for adults. Both are funded by NSW Health.
Request a referral to the service by completing the referral form and submit it to your local Transition Care Coordinator.
Brain and Mind Psychology Clinic – (02) 9114 4343.
The Psychology clinic provides psychological assessment, therapy, and psychometric assessments. Our services are for adults, children, adolescents and their families, the general community as well as University staff and students.
Fees: $300 (standard) | $150 (reduced fee for full-time students or unemployed only).
Fee includes interview, test administration, feedback and full report. Assessments are conducted on a single day and generally take three to four hours.