The activities focus on strengths more than limitations, and seek to increase levels of engagement and active participation.
The club aims to strengthen community bonds and provide fun opportunities for our local citizens, with activities including coffee catch-ups, pottery and ceramics classes, creative arts programs, musical entertainment, bus outings, gardening, local history talks, exercise classes, drumming, choir, and more.
Members must live in the local community of Armidale, Uralla, Guyra and Walcha region. Programs are offered to people over the age of 65 (over 50 years for people from the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community). Members will be required to complete an assessment to be registered with the program.
Home Nursing Group
Suite 7, Level 1, 175 Rusden St
This service may be available under the Commonwealth Home Support Programme, a Home Care Package, or for self-funded clients.
Fees and charges vary dependant on a range of factors including, your aged care eligibility, the type of service and the government funding available to you. Home Nursing Group fees are increased annually in line with the Government subsidy increase. Please call us for detailed information on our pricing or visit the Healthcare Australia website.
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