One million Australian families will benefit from free childcare during the pandemic, which means you can access our vacation care services at no charge.
Each week we spend five minutes getting to know a member of our team. This time we’re chatting with our lovely Aged Care Marketing Coordinator Tina Tung about her dream of building a village for seniors complete with cinema and restaurants.
Since the pandemic broke out, we’ve been chatting to a number of our service users about how it’s impacted them. Welcome to SECC Community Radio.
Looking for ways to get creative while stuck at home? Here are a five simple ideas to brighten up your week.
If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 or have come into contact with someone who has the virus, you should be self-isolating for at least 14 days to prevent the spread. Isolation can impact on your mental health, but there are things you can do to make the experience better.
The Australian Government has released an official app with essential information about COVID-19. Find out more here.
We recently found this moving piece of writing by author Ann Voskamp. It speaks beautifully to seniors who might be struggling right now.
For the safety of all involved, we’ve had to cancel our social groups and bus trips for older people. We will also need to restrict the services operating out of The Cottage Dementia Day Centre. We have also now closed our offices to the public and will be limiting face-to-face contact.
You are not alone. We’ve got your back – and we’ll get through this together. Enjoy this heartfelt video from our staff.
We have never lived through a time like this. The whole nation is feeling the impact of a serious health and economic risk. So it’s vital we keep connecting with one another. Getting creative with how we communicate has become more important than ever – and we’re up...
Horns honking. Shoppers shouting. Drivers doing battle over car spots. Aggression is the flavour of the day. But we can reignite our sense of community – together.
Horns honking. Shoppers shouting. Drivers doing battle over car spots. Aggression is the flavour of the day in Eastlakes right now.