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Our Social Support programs help people to maintain their social interests or foster new ones, through a range of local group or one on one activities.
Supporting people to get out and about and remain socially connected to new or old friends helps them to maintain their independence and improves their health and wellbeing.

What activities are available?

One on one activities are based on individual interests and can include a visit to the shopping centre, a chat over coffee or out for swimming lessons.

Group activities are available throughout the Adelaide metropolitan area and the Fleurieu Peninsula and include:

  • Art groups
  • Choirs
  • Exercise groups
  • Movie groups
  • Bus tours
  • Groups for men
  • Groups for women
  • Cooking groups
  • Activities for people living with dementia
  • Respite groups

Transport is available on request and people living with dementia or who require assistance with mobility are welcome.

See the activity timetables here and call 1300 22 44 77 to find out more.

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