Whether you enjoy a sing-a-long, prefer art and craft, or love getting in the garden, our activities for seniors include a range of fun and interesting classes. If you’re keen to keep your mind and feet moving, you can try our floor Moto Tiles to improve mobility and balance, while the more curious will enjoy learning a language or visiting a new country ‘virtually’.
Our seniors' activities are suitable for those living with dementia, as they help to encourage social connections and promote a happier, more relaxed mood.
- Connect and socialise with other people your own age.
- Improve brain power and cognitive function.
- Lift your mood and reduce stress and anxiety.
What activities are included?
You can take part in an activity class when you come along to one of our Activity Centres or you may like to join the class online from the comfort of your own home. Our virtual wellness programs mean you will be sent an activity pack and can then access the class online, while still being able to connect with other people while participating. Each class is facilitated by our professional and friendly staff.
All materials and resources are included in the following classes:
- Arts and crafts
- Games and Trivia
- Learn and Discover sessions
- Music and singing
- Gardening and Outdoor Activities (in centre activity only)
- Moto Tiles classes (in centre activity only).
- You need to be aged over 65 or over 50 for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders.
- Some services may be available to people aged under 65.
- To access this service online, you will need an internet connection and a computer or tablet (call us to learn how we can provide these for you).
How can I access this service?
You can access this service in several ways, depending on your needs and individual situation.
You can attend one of our Wellness or Activity Centres to take part in this service.Join us at one of our Wellness or Activity Centres for this service.
We can deliver this service to you over a video call on a computer or tablet.Learn more about our virtual services
How can I pay?
There are several ways to access our services and programs, including the funding options outlined below.
Frequently Asked Questions
These classes are suitable for older people who are keen to socialise and participate in a range of fun, interesting and engaging activities.
There are a wide range of Activity Class topics. These include games & trivia, music & singing, arts & crafts, gardening, learn & discover, and more.
Can the Activity Classes be catered to specific culturally & linguistically diverse/LGBTIQA+ community needs?
Yes, these classes can be aligned with your values and preferences. Our staff will take the time to learn your individual cultural and care needs so they are always considered. You may also access interpreting services if required.
Our friendly Activity Officers and Digital Support Officers.
No specific equipment is required to participate in Activity Classes, however suggestions may be made by staff to use household items, if required, and you will be notified before classes begin. You will also need to find a suitable space at home from which to participate.
The classes are conducted online via computer or tablet in small group settings. If you do not have access to any of these, please reach out to us to discuss your tech options.
Our staff will assist you with any tech needs to help facilitate your participation in the sessions.
All classes run for 60 minutes each.
Our sessions are inclusive for all. Our staff will conduct an assessment with you prior to commencing the program in which they will provide recommendations on the most suitable classes for you.
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