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 / afternoon tea.
Clients that attend Club Catherine King are very much valued by the staff and volunteers alike, and our philosophy is very much centred around doing activities with clients, not for them, whilst at the club.
Amana Living has three dementia specific clubs to provide respite to carers and to provide suitable activities for clients with dementia. We also cater to cultural groups for Vietnamese and Italian clients with a large number of clients that like socialising and participating on outings in the community.
We have six clubs in the Perth metropolitan area, five in the North and one in the South. The clubs provide a range of enriching activities in a caring, supportive environment. Our club clients have a wonderful time, socialising with others, joining in activities, relaxing or going on outings.
The three dementia specific clubs are in Kinross, Osbourne Park and Bullcreek. These clubs are secure locations and provide a number of different enriching opportunities for clients and support for carers of clients living with dementia by providing respite. Our other clubs at Quinns Rock, Wanneroo and Alexander Heights do still have clients with memory loss and dementia.
The clubs are available to clients who may be eligible for Commonwealth Home Support Program funding through My Aged Care, private fee paying and also brokerage from other organisations. If you would like to discuss eligibility for funding, please contact us on 1300 26 26 26 and we will help you.