Additional Support Vaccination Clinic
COVID-19 vaccination clinics have been set up in Hobart and Launceston for people living with disability and/or mental illness, NDIS recipients and their carers, disability support workers, and people who may have anxiety about medical procedures.
What additional support is provided at these clinics?
– The clinics have longer appointment times allowing more time and support to be given during the vaccination process
– Easy read resources will be readily available
– Extra space has been incorporated into the layout to allow for a more comfortable experience moving through the clinic
If you are a carer (paid or unpaid) – you can see our fact sheet below for information on supporting someone through the COVID-19 vaccine process.
Who this service is for
People living with disability and/or mental illness, their carers, disability support workers, and people who may have anxiety about medical procedures.
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
To book an appointment, call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 and let the operator know that you want to book into an Additional Support Clinic / Quiet Day clinic.
You can also visit "booking a vaccination appointment" page on our website for clinic details including location, dates and times available.
Carer Fact Sheet
You can download our fact sheet here which has information on supporting someone through the COVID-19 Vaccination process.Download Fact Sheet
Booking a Vaccination Appointment
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