Our Day Clubs
Our clubs offer a safe and secure environment where people 55 years and over can relax, meet new friends, and participate in a variety of activities. Our activities are catered to the interests of our clients, such as gardening, cooking, music or crafts.
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At Amana Living we understand it’s vital older people stay socially involved and connected.
Our clubs offer a safe and secure environment where people 55 years and over can relax, meet new friends, and participate in a variety of activities. The service enables people to maintain social connections and provides links to remain connected with the local community.
Our trained staff are instrumental in developing and implementing therapeutically appropriate activity programs that are relevant for our Day Club clients. The program design focuses on suitable activities that support a wellness and reablement approach and promote client independence.
Daily activities include games, arts and crafts, age-appropriate exercise classes. All clubs cater for people of any age living with dementia with specially designed activity programs that meet varying abilities. Some of our clubs have established relationships with local schools to incorporate multigenerational programs. The programs also incorporate Multicultural groups such as Vietnamese and Italian groups.
Day Clubs also offer respite opportunities for carers and families as well as access to our other dementia services including the McCusker Nurse service (North and South).
Each club tailors its programs and activities to meet the interests of the clients.
Incorporates Multicultural Vietnamese and Italian groups.
Men’s Shed, vegetable and herb garden as well as providing carer support meetings to link carers to professional and personal networks and supports.
Large activity room, quiet lounge area and beautiful spacious gardens if clients wish to relax.
Incorporates a Multigenerational program (After COVID).
Visitors to our Day Clubs have access to the following services
Transport from your home to the club can be provided (via a CHSP referral, through the HCP funding or as a fee for service).
Community outings: free transport is included as part of the monthly activities, however these may incur a small cost for meals.
Morning tea is provided daily at no charge.
A two course Lunch is available at a small cost of $10.
McCusker Nurse Services.
Clients may be eligible to attend through government subsidised programs.
Kites is available to clients who may be eligible for government funding through My Aged Care and private fee paying clients. If you would like to discuss eligibility for funding, please contact us on 1300 850 146 and we will help you.
Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)
Home Care Package
Private Service Fee Option
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