“This is a fantastic help; thank you very much.”
“Thank you for getting on top of that (query) so quickly.”
“Thank you for your help; it is very much appreciated.”
“Thanks you so much for the information; I really appreciate it.”
“Thank you so much for your help.”
– Common feedback about the Information Service.
Spinal Injuries Australia’s Information Service collects and makes available a wide range of information relating to spinal cord injury, Post Polio and Transverse Myelitis, along with general information on disability.
The Information Service is available to members and clients; their families, and carers; to community service workers; professionals; students and the wider community.
The service can assist with enquiries that relate to living with a physical disability and can refer to other services within the organisation or externally as appropriate. Examples of enquiries can include community services and supports, holiday accommodation, aids and equipment, and building requirements for mobility access. There is not a question that is not worth asking!
A small library has a range of materials and resources that are available for members to borrow, and include books, journals, videos and DVDs, audio tapes and CDs, brochures and presentations about:
- Aids and equipment
- Community services
- General disability
- Government services and schemes
- Holiday accommodation
- Independent living
- Recreation and sport
- Spinal cord injury
- Transverse Myelitis.
For more information or to access this service, please contact the Information Service on 07 3391 2044 or email@example.com.