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Club Catherine King, Osborne Park

Club Catherine King is a place where people of any age living with memory loss can relax and socialise.

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Club Catherine King is a place where people of any age living with memory loss can relax and socialise.

Activities include craft, snooker, a mini beauty salon, gardening group, and upcycling. We also enjoy visits from children in the community, sing-alongs, and outings to various places around this beautiful city. While we encourage everyone to join in with what’s happening on the day, we also understand that sometimes they may wish to simply take it easy, read the paper and enjoy a cuppa with some company.

Highly skilled staff provide activities that while stimulating are not overwhelming, and are inclusive of everyone’s individualism in a safe and secure environment.

Club Catherine King is open from Monday to Friday, with occasional evening and weekend activities depending on our clients’ needs. Transport to and from the club may be arranged (subject to availability), and we provide lunch and morning and/or afternoon tea.

Clients that attend Club Catherine King are very much valued by the staff and volunteers alike, and our philosophy is centred around doing activities with clients, not for them, at the club.

Club attendance hours are 9.30am to 2.30pm, however, our clubs are staffed beyond attendance hours for your convenience.

Contact Club Catherine King: 9424 6949

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Club Catherine King is located:

pin171 Albert St,
Osborne Park WA 6017

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