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FriendLine is for anyone who needs to reconnect or just wants a chat. All conversations with FriendLine are casual and anonymous and our friendly volunteers are ready to talk about anything and everything. Phone lines are open: 6pm – 8pm,...
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We recommend Meals in a Moment to our clients.  High quality, home style meals delivered to your door. Click here to browse our large menu of delicious meals. https://mealsinamoment.com.au/...
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  Find an Accredited Practising Dietitian  ...
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Sharing the news of a dementia diagnosis might seem daunting. It can be hard to know how to broach such significant news, and you might be concerned about how people will react. https://hellocaremail.com.au/tell-people-dementia-diagnosis/...
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The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) has for the past four decades been bringing research to life to improve health outcomes and aged care practice as well as to guide policy to invest in solutions for positive ageing for Australia’s...
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Promoting excellence in musculoskeletal health and wellbeing.   Invaluable information relating to bone, muscle and joint health and keeping healthy by moving into old age. https://www.move.org.au/  ...
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Excellent and authoritative source of information on all things kidney health and kidney related conditions. http://kidney.org.au/...
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Reminiscence is recognised as an important and therapeutic part of ageing. Through recalling past events, reminiscence encourages older adults to communicate and interact in a connective social activity. Using a range of historical photographs and objects as trigger points for...
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Tapestry is the first social media platform designed for seniors and their families. Using www.tapestry.net or Tapestry mobile app, you can share photos and messages with your family members. It’s very easy, even for those who rarely use computer. News...
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Connections is a free activity for people living with dementia and their carers. Based on the National Gallery of Australia’s Art and Alzheimer’s program, Connections is run by trained gallery facilitators in a welcoming, flexible and fully accessible environment. https://www.facebook.com/events/213972999345100/  ...
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