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“I leave the choir and feel alive and full of energy” – ANZ Sings Member
Getting older makes you wiser, but there are still things even the oldest and wisest people need help with. If you are approaching this new phase in your life, you may need some general information about life as a senior. Perhaps you are looking for a home, looking for medical advice, or perhaps you need help rearranging your finances? Or perhaps you are just looking for a new friend or a new way to get active?
Whatever age brings, we can help you understand your options and put you in touch with the relevant services and organisations. Please feel free to talk to your conductor at choir, or contact us at the office – asking for help is wise, and we are here to listen and put you in touch with people and services that can help.
Who can help you?
We recommend the following organisations – they can help you access the appropriate services and advise as a senior.
AGED CARE AUSTRALIA
Aged Care Australia is portal of the Australian Government and is a comprehensive, impartial resource for about aged care. If you’re an older Australian or looking after an older family member or friend, you’ll find information in these pages that can help you work out what services are available to help you and how you can get started. Aged care is a shared responsibility that involves family, friends, volunteers – and the Australian Government.
Contact Information: 1800 200 422, firstname.lastname@example.org,
AgedCare is Australia’s Aged Care Website; a dedicated resource tool that provides family, friends and carers with information regarding Aged Care facilities, products, services, news and jobs in the ageing community.
Contact Information: (03) 9596 6008, email@example.com
YOURLifeChoices – for fun in your 50s, 60s and beyond – Home, Health, Travel, Work Finance, Activities, Recipes, Work, Technology – it’s all here.
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember, you can always ask your conductor or fellow choir members for advice – you are never too old to ask for help.