Illawarra Day Programs

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A new program starting in Dapto for people living with Dementia

When: starts 24 January 2023. 10am-3pm on selected weekdays
Where: Dapto Leagues Club, cnr Station Street and Bong Bong Rd, Dapto.
Who: People living with Dementia or who are frail aged and have a social support code through My Aged Care

Our popular Day Programs also operate in the Illawarra region.

We offer:

  • Small group care for people living with dementia or who are frail aged between 10am-3pm weekdays
  • Structured activities, gentle exercise and exercises for the mind
  • Morning tea, lunch and snacks
  • Trained, profession and caring staff

Balancing caring with other life priorities can be difficult. Our Day Programs give you a chance to take a break, care for yourself and attend to other life obligations. while providing your loved one social connection, mental enrichment and a sense of independence in a safe, familiar environment.

For you, Day Programs offer the chance to take a break from caring and enhance your wellbeing and life balance

For the person you care for, Day Programs offer a safe, welcoming, small group program offering enrichment and social connection.

Talk to us about available places in our 2023 Illawarra Day Programs:

Email: Janice.walsh@carersact.org.au
Mobile: 0490 936 014

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