About the Program

The Northern Carers Network has committed to the implementation and rollout of a program called the Community Connections Program (CCP), funded through the Department of Human Resources.

The CCP has been designed to support people living within the community, whose independence and quality of life is at risk due to disconnection from necessary supports and may be faced with heightened vulnerability due to social isolation

The Carer Support – Community Connections Program

The Carer Support, CCP will act as a support tool that will help those within the community to increase independence and quality of life by building connections with communities, social networks and services. The Carer Support, CCP primary focus will be supporting participants increase and strengthen in areas, such as, health and wellbeing, technology, respite, education and transportation.

The Deadly Connect – Community Connections Program

The Deadly Connect, CCP provides support and celebrates cultural connections, continuance and strengthening. The Deadly Connect Coordinators will focus on helping clients to build skills enabling greater independence with an increased participation in community life. The Deadly Connect, CCP activities will apply a Kinship Model of Care to ensure culturally responsive and sustainable outcomes.

Would you like support with:

  • Engaging in further study or education?
  • Improving your nutrition and cooking skills?
  • Focussing on your fitness and wellbeing?
  • Learning new technology and communication options?
  • Connecting socially in the community?
  • Increase your capacity with daily life activities?
  • Developing or strengthening cultural connections?

Your tailored supports

Our Support Coordinators will support you to develop a goal plan centred on your individual interests, strengths, skills and needs. This may include supports such as:

  • Your health, wellbeing and lifestyle
  • Undertaking further education opportunities
  • Exploring your transportation options
  • Connecting you with community services
  • Exploring employment opportunities
  • Linking you to suitable housing options
  • Connection you with financial supports services
  • Supporting you to broaden your technological skills
  • Increasing capacity with areas of daily living.


Northern Adelaide Region

Western Adelaide Region

Barossa, Light and Lower North


Monday to Friday

Who is eligible?

The CCP eligibility is based on the participant’s needs and age, including:

  • Between the ages of 18 to 64 or a young carer under the age of 18 years
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander between the ages 18 to 49.
  • Living in Northern Adelaide, Western Adelaide, or the Barossa, Light and Lower North area.
  • Not registered with My Aged Care or the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Connect with us

Contact our team to explore how we can support you with your Community Connection Plan. Call 8228 8900 or email ncnenquiries@centacare.org.au to speak with someone today.

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