Proud Panthers are our Lovely Team of ladies that play in the Division 11 competition at Wyong in the 2019 winter season and are very “proudly” sponsored by Premium Aged and Community Services, where two of our team members are part of the P.A.C.S. team also.
Please see flyer on Suicide Prevention Skills Workshop (SPSW)
Health and Wellbeing program
September is Dementia Awareness Month
For most people, growing older means there are times you find it difficult to manage day-to-day living activities. You may need help, or you may be caring for a family member or a friend who needs help, but you just don’t know where to start or what help you can get.
There are different types of aged care services to support you, whatever your needs. When you call My Aged Care, our contact centre staff will ask you questions to help us understand your needs.
For More Information Visit http://www.myagedcare.gov.au/what-help-can-i-get
Leading Nurtition are hosting a 2-day intensive and interactive workshop run by expert dietitians. Participants will come away with a thorough understanding of nutrition issues for the elderly, practical tips and nutrition solutions, and will become 'nutrition champions' able to advocate for individual resident needs. Ideal for catering managers, food service assistants, cooks, chefs and hospitality managers in residential aged care settings.
8th and 9th April 2016
Armidale Seniors Festival Activities 1-10 Aprl 2016
Seniors Day at the Racecourse Tuesday 5 April
Sunday 10 April @ 2pm - The Sydney Male Choir was formed in 1913 and has been active in the choral music scene ever since. Many awards have
been won by the choir in Eisteddfods over the years both in Australia and overseas.
Legislation passed in the Senate yesterday giving older Australians more choice about their home care services is a very welcome improvement to our aged care system, leading seniors advocate COTA Australia said today.
COTA Chief Executive Ian Yates said the new provisions will for the first time allow older people to choose their services and who provides them, rather than having services determined for them.
The new legislation will allow people who are unhappy with the services they are receiving, or who need to relocate out of the area, to change providers and keep their package.
Assistant Minister for Social Services, Alan Tudge today announced the commencement of a new service to assist carers. Carer Gateway will make it easier for carers to find information, practical advice and services to support them in their caring role.
Carer Gateway guides carers to the support and resources they need through a website, phone service and service finder.
Up to now, carers have been searching for services through a number of often confusing pathways across the disability, community mental health and aged care sectors.