Integrated Team Care (ITC) Programmes
Integrated Team Care (ITC) is a service to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have chronic disease to look after their health.
This program will provide you with a Care Co-ordinator who will work closer with you, your GP and other Community Services to help you use the range of services you need. The services of the Care
Co-ordinator provided through this program are free.
SETAC also provides ITC clients with transport to health related appointments.
This program is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who:
– Have a chronic disease,
– Have a referral and care plan, this will be done by your GP.
Your Care Co-ordinator is a health worker who can help you:
– Understand your illness and follow your care plan,
– Arrange your appointments,
– Arrange transport to appointments,
– Arrange the community based services you need.
Who this service is for
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have chronic disease
How this service is delivered
This service is run from the Cygnet Primary Health Centre, and Kingston Outreach Centre.
Call or visit us online
Call us or wee our website for more information.
More programs from SETAC
Tughrah Mabbyle (Eat Altogether)
A shared community lunch with guest speakers, cultural activities and at different locations across the South East.
The South East Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC) provides a range of Health Checks.
New Directions Mums and Bubs Group and Playgroup
The South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC) provides Mums and Bubs Group and Rarryna (little joey) playgroup 0-4.