Interchange Australia provides an array or services to community members. These services span the age spectrum from children, adolescents, adults and frail aged.
The majority of services provided by Interchange Australia are primarily government funded and the guidelines for the provided funding specifies the type of service provision allowable.
By having a range of services that can be provided, Interchange Australia can provide a planned service, tailored to meet a clients needs. A planned, tailored service allows for the provision of a continuous, efficient, consistent and a quality service delivery plan. However, there are needs that a client requires where a service or funding is not available. To facilitate these requirements, Interchange Australia has had the opportunity to work with the community to research required needs and to develop models for the deployment of services to meet a required need. The successful models become projects and programs in their own right and are sponsored by the various community and organisational groups.
These programs provide a special niche in bridging the gap between government funded support and services required to meet a clients’ needs.