If you are currently residing in Victoria, there are a variety of services and support that we recommend you connect with:

Polio Network Victoria (PNV) (under Independence Australia) is a free service providing relevant and accessible information, referral and support services to people who have had polio, their families, carers and advocates.

Website: www.independenceaustralia.com/info/polio/polio-network-victoria

Phone: 1300 704 456

Email: [email protected]

Support Groups: Click to view support groups and locationsPlease contact Independence Australia for contact details

Post-Polio Victoria (PPV) is run by a volunteer management committee consisting largely of people who have had polio. It’s goal is to provide information and advice, and raise awareness of issues that surround polio to the broader community.

Website: www.postpoliovictoria.org.au

Phone: 0431 702 137

Email: [email protected]

Community Polio Officer:

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Steph Cantrill
Steph has a background in Occupational Therapy and has had many years’ experience working in rehabilitation settings in clinical roles. She completed a Masters of Public Health in 2010 and spent four years in India following this, working in a volunteer role with a community development project.

Steph now works as Polio Australia’s Community Polio Officer (VIC, SA & TAS), aiming to reach out to polio survivors in Victoria and inform them about the Late Effects of Polio. You can contact Steph on [email protected] or 0466 719 613.

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