Why is it important for seniors to be social?
Giving you a break from home and a friendly, welcoming environment to connect with other people, our Activity Centres are the perfect place to meet new friends and enjoy a laugh or two.
You can take part in anything that takes your fancy – a sing-a-long, arts and craft, gardening, games and trivia, you name it!
Our Activity Centres are also suitable for those living with dementia, as they help to encourage social connections and promote a happier, more relaxed mood.
Classes and Programs
Activity Centre locations include Raymond Terrace, Gorokan, Woy Woy and Gosford in New South Wales. We also have two locations in Tasmania, Fingal and Summerhill.
Each of these host a different range of services.
- A fun and diverse calendar - weekly creative activities that provide the stimulation and social connection we all need.
- Meet new friends - build social connection and discover new friendships with other activity attendees.
- Develop technology skills - so you can stay in touch with loved ones more easily, too.
How to join an integratedliving Activity Centre
There are several ways to access integratedliving Activity Centre classes and programs, including the funding options outlined below.
Home Care Package and Commonwealth Home Support Program options.More information
You can choose to pay for our programs and services yourself if you’re not receiving government funding.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our classes and programs are run by our friendly group of team members and volunteers who are passionate about supporting your wellbeing and ensuring that you enjoy the activities, discover new friendships and stay connected to your community.
Can you provide activities catered for specific culturally & linguistically diverse/LGBTIQA+ community needs?
Yes, this service can be aligned with your values and preferences. Our team and volunteers will take the time to learn your individual cultural and care needs so they are always considered when making their recommendations. You can also opt to have your preferred support person included during the consultations, or access interpreting services if required.
Absolutely. Our Activity Centres are an inclusive space and are designed to provide care for a range of needs and abilities.
Yes. We have the appropriate infrastructure in place for those in wheelchairs.
What if I'm unable to physically get to the Activity Centre but still wish to participate in the classes and programs?
Our Social Sessions are perfect for anyone who cannot physically attend an activity or program at our Activity Centre. Join us via Zoom for activities such as arts and craft, trivia, bingo, armchair travel and more.
Will you be providing any stationery or equipment for in-person classes and programs at the Activity Centre?
Yes, these will be provided to you at the centres during the activity. If you are participating virtually, you may have to purchase these items (e.g. pencil and paper) at your own expense. Speak to our friendly centre coordinators before commencing the class or program to learn more.
Do you have classes or activities at your Activity Centres that are catered for people who are living with dementia?
Yes, we do have activities designed for people living across different stages of dementia, and our professional team are trained to ensure everyone engages with the fun, understanding and social connection on offer. Each session has a focus on cognitive and social stimulation, which is very beneficial for those living with dementia.