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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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COTA represents older Australians in all their diversity https://cotavic.org.au/...
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Humankind aims to support people living with chronic illness and their loved ones to achieve positive and respectful relationships. https://www.humankind-relationships.com.au/...
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The Chronic Illness Alliance has provided a directory of support groups for various chronic conditions in Victoria. This is useful if you are seeking support, or want to become involved in a support group. You may be able to find...
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The purpose of the society is to provide horticultural and gardening advice to Bayside residents through monthly meetings with guest speakers, competitions and garden discussions. https://www.bayside.vic.gov.au/community-directory/brighton-horticultural-society-inc  ...
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Listing and functions of carer support groups https://www.dementia.org.au/services/carer-support-groups  ...
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Carers provide care and support to family members and friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness or who is an older person with care needs. They work closely with government and other support organisations to improve...
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Casserole Club volunteers share extra portions of home-cooked food with people in their area who aren’t always able to cook for themselves. They share once a week, once a month, or whenever works best for them. https://www.casseroleclub.com.au/...
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Nutrition advice and information for elderly Australian. http://www.nutritionaustralia.org/national/resource/nutrition-and-older-adults  ...
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Specialise in elderly home transition. http://www.autumnmoves.com.au  ...
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