Planning for your future can be a daunting task, but we made it a little easier with a seminar dedicated to that topic on 24th September.
Sara*, an Eastlakes resident, came into our office this week asking for grocery support. She has a four-month-old and a three-year-old and is struggling to put food on the table. The rising costs of living, including electricity bills over winter, have left her depleted.
It’s official! We’ll be holding The SECC Community Picnic on Saturday 9th November 2019.
South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) understands the importance of quality respite for carers. SECC offers Flexible Respite Care to care recipients over 65 who are frail aged, or who have a dementia diagnosis.
Life is full of transitions, from the first time you attend pre-school through to nailing your first job, and taking on roles such as parent, spouse and carer as you age. Crossing over into the role of ‘senior’ is another milestone which some greet with trepidation – and others, hope and joy.
Staff Development Days are a great way for a team to learn something new, build relationships, and have fun. And we ticked all these boxes on Friday with our Team-Building Day at the new SECC Community Hub.
Every Monday and Wednesday we head down to the park outside Eastlakes Shopping Centre and get in shape with Alfred, our inspirational personal trainer. Thanks to a Bayside Council grant, these sessions are available to you, the community of Bayside, for free.
98-year-old Dorothy Mclean knows the value of volunteering. She remembers the day a curator at the museum asked for people to make soft coat hangers for hanging garments long-term in Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum.
It didn’t take long for Asya Shmaryan’s love of reading to turn into a lifelong love of writing. Like many avid readers, Asya developed an interest in the power of words from an early age, living in a small village in Europe’s Ukraine.