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Hampton, VIC 3188 Australia

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In 1953, when Beaumaris was still establishing its village character – a small band of friends, united in their love of making art together began our group. Their sustained energy grew new friendships and artistic links, and today Beaumaris Art...
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One of the advantages of growing older is the vast amount of knowledge we develop over the years. Knowledge that has been gained through practical experience as well as formal and informal learning. So just what is a University of...
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One of the advantages of growing older is the vast amount of knowledge we develop over the years. Knowledge that has been gained through practical experience as well as formal and informal learning. So just what is a University of...
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One of the advantages of growing older is the vast amount of knowledge we develop over the years. Knowledge that has been gained through practical experience as well as formal and informal learning. So just what is a University of...
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Support for the elderly includes Bridge Club, Books Out Loud (bringing books to life), Sage N Thyme (current affairs discussion group), Golden Age Clubs (for seniors from the former Soviet Union), Caulfield Seniors Clubs and computer classes. These activities encourage social...
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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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A mixed club for older people who are retired or semi-retired from full time work for socialisation and fellowship. General meetings have morning tea provided and usually there will be a stimulating guest speaker. Other groups run on a regular...
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PROBUS clubs are sponsored by the Rotary organisation, for active members of the community who are retired or no longer working full time. PROBUS’ basic purpose is to advance intellectual and cultural interests among adults, to provide regular opportunities to...
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