Acorn Stairlifts
Unit F
6 Narabang Way

We are one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of stairlifts worldwide, with offices in the UK, USA, Canada, Italy, South Africa, New Zealand and Germany.

We currently manufacture in excess of 50,000 new units per annum and has thousands of satisfied customers worldwide.

AIDER Dental Clinic

The AIDER Dental Clinic is part of the Australian Institute of Dental Education and Research (AIDER). The AIDER has been founded by the Swiss philantropic foundation: The Global Microsurgery Foundation (GMF). For further information about the institute and the foundation please click on the links below.

(07) 3463 0888
Alzheimer’s Association Qld
47 Tryon Street
Upper Mt Gravatt

Alzheimer’s Queensland (AQ) is a founding member of Alzheimer’s Australia and the largest Alzheimer’s Association in Australia. From its earliest beginnings in 1983, AQ has been working to empower older people, especially people with dementia and their carers to maintain a socially valued life. We are here to make a real change and make growing old a positive experience for Older Australians by developing healthy ageing initiatives.

1800 639 331
Anxiety and Depression Support Group
Unit 30, Southport Trade Centre
3 Jackman Street, Southport QLD

With over 10 years of continued operation and having supported close to 1,000 people over the years, this group offers a warm, comfortable environment for those people living with anxiety who are seeking to improve their quality of life.

Members are provided with hints and tips on how they can learn to manage their anxiety through the introduction of resources including cards, and fact sheets aimed at managing panic attacks and reducing anxiety.

The objectives of the group are to provide self help support, education and point people in directions that will help them. Members are encouraged to seek other avenues including professional help, drama and anger management sessions where they learn to express their feelings and better manage emotions.

The group provides an opportunity for people to meet, find out what is out there for them and to share information. The greatest achievement for the group, is seing people getting back into life and living happily without the fear of anxiety and panic.

07 5519 2550
Arthritis Queensland support Group
Arthritis & Osteoporosis Queensland

Sometimes, no one understands what you are going through quite like someone else who is in the same boat.

Arthritis Queensland’s support groups provide the opportunity to meet people who understand. Members share information, ideas, and experiences, so that everyone benefits. Each group is unique, but benefits include varied guest speakers, Tai Chi programs, and warm water exercise sessions.

1800 011 041
Association of Independent Retirees
A.I.R. National Secretariat PO Box 329 Deakin West ACT Australia
First formed in 1990, A.I.R. is a non-party political organisation, representing retired and partly retired people who are not in full time employment.

It’s a not-for-profit volunteer organisation whose major purpose is to represent this rapidly growing section of the Australian population at all levels of Government.

Office bearers at all levels are volunteers. Their efforts are supplemented by planning and policy committees comprising members of the company.

The Association of Independent Retirees provides a range of benefits for members including copies of The Retiree magazine.

What are the goals of A.I.R.?

To work for the benefit and welfare of partly or fully self-funded retirees.
To seek a fair and just economic, taxation and social environment that recognises and compensates for the special problems of fully or partly self-funded retirees.
To provide information on all matters pertaining to retirees.
To conduct research to further the objects of the Company.
To seek recognition as a body speaking for retirees at Local, State and Federal Government levels, and by the community at large and by the media.
To foster membership of the Company throughout Australia.
To cooperate with other organisations with objectives consistent with those of the Company.

02 6290 2599
Australian Male hormone Clinic

The Australian Male Hormone Clinic is a practice that is dedicated to helping men who suffer from the debilitating symptoms that arise from having low testosterone (low T). By rehabilitating a man’s hormonal profile, they are able to regain their sex-drive and libido. Mood, motivation and energy levels all rise and sexual performance and desire increase dramatically.

1300 856 535
Beenleigh Sleep Clinic
16 City Road
Beenleigh, QLD

Beenleigh Sleep Clinic services the Logan and Northern Gold Coast regions and specialise in Bulk Billed Home Sleep Studies as well as offering Sleep Apnea and CPAP/APAP therapy.

07 3287 2385
Beyond Blue
Level 2, 290 Burwood Road
Hawthorn Vic

Three million Australians are currently experiencing anxiety or depression.1 Every day, nearly eight people take their own lives.2

Because this affects all of us, we’re equipping everyone in Australia with the knowledge and skills to protect their own mental health. We’re giving people the confidence to support those around them, and making anxiety, depression and suicide part of everyday conversations.
And as well as tackling stigma, prejudice and discrimination, we’re breaking down the barriers that prevent people from speaking up and reaching out.

We’re here for everyone in Australia – at work, home, school, university, online, and in communities across the country.

1300 22 4636
Cancer Council Queensland
553 Gregory Terrace
Fortitude Valley QLD

Thousands of Queenslanders donate and volunteer for us each day, helping us to improve cancer control. We are Queensland’s leading non-government community organisation in cancer control. We are committed to providing all Queenslanders with the best possible prospects of preventing, detecting, effectively treating and surviving a cancer diagnosis.
Our vision is for a cancer free Queensland.
This year, we will devote more than $24 million to cancer research and support services for Queenslanders affected by cancer.
With your support, we are creating hope for a cancer free future.
We were established in 1961 as the Queensland Cancer Fund, in response to an increasing need for cancer-related services across the state. This year, we are celebrating 55 years of supporting Queenslanders affected by cancer.

Today, Cancer Council Queensland employs over 200 staff statewide, and relies on support from more than 1500 registered volunteers. Our volunteers, supporters, and friends are essential to our work. Thousands of Queenslanders donate and volunteer for us each day, helping us to improve cancer control. We have offices in Brisbane, Cairns, Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton, Bundaberg, Maroochydore, Toowoomba and the Gold Coast.

Cancer Council Queensland is a member of Cancer Council Australia and is affiliated with the International Union Against Cancer (UICC).

Thank you for supporting our work. 

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