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Our specially trained Support Workers or Volunteers can spend time with the person you care for in their own home, or out and about in the community such as at the park, shopping centre or coffee shop.

All our respite programs provide meaningful activities, whether for an individual or in a group setting. Our staff are equipped to respond to different levels of need.

Dementia specific support: this can be one-to-one or in small groups tailored to the abilities and interest of people with dementia. Specific groups with dementia are also available.

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Gratitude Post! 🤗

Last month marked Anke and Ronny's 100th Musical Melodies performance in the community.

Their first performance was at West Park, and their 100th was also here. Anke and Ronny are always working on creating new melodies and perfecting the old favourites, playing ukuleles and banjoleles.

Tammy, the Community Connector Lead at West Park, shared, “So many of us come every month to tap along and sing along to the songs. We thank Anke and Ronny enormously for volunteering their time and bringing some sunshine into our Monday afternoons.”
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Gratitude Post! 🤗

Last month marked Anke and Ronnys 100th Musical Melodies performance in the community.

Their first performance was at West Park, and their 100th was also here. Anke and Ronny are always working on creating new melodies and perfecting the old favourites, playing ukuleles and banjoleles.

Tammy, the Community Connector Lead at West Park, shared, “So many of us come every month to tap along and sing along to the songs. We thank Anke and Ronny enormously for volunteering their time and bringing some sunshine into our Monday afternoons.”

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Congratulations Anke and Ronny, you are amazing.

Congrats