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Diocese
A Diocese is the district or area under the control of a particular Bishop of a specific Church.
Port Pirie Catholic Diocesan Office (1887 - )
Disability Institution
Disability Institution is an umbrella term used to describe an institution (or other residential program) which provided services to children with special needs, specifically those considered to be living with intellectual, physical and mental disabilities.
Adelaide Lunatic Asylum (1852 - 1902)
Albara Road Cottage (1982 - )
Ashford House (1952 - 1976)
Auricht House (2005 - )
Birralee Hostel (1971 - 1998)
The Bridge Industrial Home (1934 - 1977)
Carinya Hostel (1973 - 1994)
Cooinda Hostel (1969 - 1994)
Craigburn Farm (1923 - 1990s), Minda Home
Dew Street Cottage (1986 - 1991)
Enfield Hospital (1963 - 1982)
Enfield Receiving House (1922 - 1963)
Estcourt House (1894 - 1989)
Glenside Campus Mental Health Service of the Central Northern Adelaide Health Service (2007 - )
Glenside Hospital (1967 - 2007)
Highgate Park (2006 - )
Hillcrest Hospital (1964 - 1994)
The Home for Incurables (1879 - 1981)
Julia Farr Centre (1981 - 1994)
Julia Farr Services (1994 - 2006)
Lochiel Park Boys' Training Centre (1958 - 1995)
Lochiel Park Community Unit (1995 - 2008?)
Loxton Hostel (1977 - 2012)
Minda Home (1911 - 1976)
Minda Home for Weak-Minded Children (1898 - 1911)
Minda Inc. (1976 - )
Miroma Respite Care (1985 - )
Northfield Mental Hospital (1929 - 1964)
Parkside Lunatic Asylum (1870 - 1913)
Parkside Mental Hospital (1913 - 1967)
Port Pirie Hostel (1974 - 1990s)
Regency Park Centre (1976 - 1992)
Ru Rua Nursing Home (1978 - 1989)
Seaforth Home (1946 - 1975)
Somerton Crippled Children's Home (1939 - 1976)
South Australian Institution for the Blind and Deaf and Dumb (1874 - 1946)
Spastic Centre, Kermode Street, North Adelaide (1949 - 1951)
Strathmont Centre (1971 - 2014)
Townsend House for Deaf and Blind Children (1970 - 1999)
Townsend House Schools for Deaf and Blind Children (1946 - 1970)
Woodville Spastic Centre (1960? - 1993?)
Woodville Spastic Children's Home (1952 - 1960?)