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Resilience and Re-conditioning Packages

Free health and wellbeing support packages

Have the COVID-19 restrictions impacted your fitness, the services you receive, or ability to stay connected? Or has someone you know been affected?

ACH Group, in partnership with the Adelaide Primary Health Network, have free resilience and re-conditioning packages available to people aged 65+ (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 55+) living in metropolitan Adelaide.

Over a six-week period, package recipients will be connected with health professionals and services to foster healthy ageing and reduce the impact associated with COVID-19 restrictions.

Outcomes may include:

  • Improved physical activity,
  • Increased healthy eating,
  • Social connections,
  • Support to plan for any future COVID-19 restrictions,
  • Support with technology for online and virtual connections.

To enquire about a free health and wellbeing package, please fill out the form below and ACH Group will be in touch:

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Calling all knitters and knitters to be!
This winter, ACH Group residents are knitting mittens, gloves and scarves for South Australians experiencing homelessness.
The initiative is driven by residents wanting to give back to the community, with the knitted items to be gifted to Vinnies SA .
Residents, including Mary aged 102 who lives at Perry Park residential care home, are looking to team up with knitting enthusiasts to help create the mittens.

Do you think you can help?
Click here for more information: achgroup.org.au/news-posts/2021-knitting-drive/
Not a knitter but have some balls of wool taking up room in your cupboard, we would love your donations!
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Calling all knitters and knitters to be!
This winter, ACH Group residents are knitting mittens, gloves and scarves for South Australians experiencing homelessness. 
The initiative is driven by residents wanting to give back to the community, with the knitted items to be gifted to Vinnies SA .
Residents, including Mary aged 102 who lives at Perry Park residential care home, are looking to team up with knitting enthusiasts to help create the mittens. 

Do you think you can help? 
Click here for more information: https://achgroup.org.au/news-posts/2021-knitting-drive/
Not a knitter but have some balls of wool taking up room in your cupboard, we would love your donations!

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Lovely to see the group knitting again this year. Will get mine to you sometime.

Great work ladies. Always keeping busy.

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