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Welcome to Respite Hume

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Are you looking for up to date information about  Respite Options in the Hume Region?

Then, Respite Hume is an website designed to provide people with access to information about respite options in the Hume region of Victoria. 

This website is, and will be, the up to date locator for all Disability Respite Information in the Hume Region of Victoria.

  • To find short cuts to websites for local service providers and organisations, click on Useful Links

  • To find disability respite services, you can search the Respite Finder,  click on Respite Finder

What is respite?

Respite means providing parents or carers with a break from their usual caring roles and duties, while providing a positive experience for the care recipient.  

It can take many different forms according to the needs of individual families and the services available. Respite can be planned or happen in response to a crisis or an emergency situation.

  • respite can happen at a regular time each week or at regular intervals or can be arranged only as required.

  • respite can last a few hours, overnight or for several days

  • respite can happen in a family home or in a facility in the community



VALID Having A Say Conference 2017

The Having a Say Conference aims to empower people with disability through:
• The opportunity to ‘have a say’ about issues that affect their lives
• Opportunities to celebrate ability and achievement 
• Being part of the planning and running of the conference
• Opportunities to be heard by politicians, government and service providers
• The opportunity to meet people from around Victoria, Australia and overseas

Take a tour at the Fairy and Royal Caves : Access to caves

Access to Caves

Goulburn Community Transport

Goulburn Community Transport provides transport (in our vehicles) for frail/aged people and people with disabilities. We drive them from their homes to medical, therapy and social support appointments, both locally and between regional centres (including Melbourne)

We are looking for volunteer drivers who:

Carers & Parents Support Group Inc

Carers & Parents Support Group Inc. (CPSG) provides information, advocacy, referral and support to carers, parents & families of adults (18+ years) with an Intellectual Disability and/or Dual Disability living within the Ovens Murray area.

Monthly general carers meetings are held First Monday of Month (10 a.m. - 12 p.m.) at our Office in the Gliding Club of Victoria Building, 37 Samaria Rd, Benalla. Carers are asked to bring a plate to share for lunch. Speakers of interest maybe invited to share information at these meetings.


The National Disability Insurance Scheme can provide supports for children in their early years. The NDIS4Kids website provides Victorian families with information on how to access support for their children (0-6 years) with disabilities or developmental concerns/delays.

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