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The Dougherty Community Centre (DCC) is Willoughby City Council’s largest Community Centre. The Centre has three operations areas: Venue Services, At Home with Willoughby Aged Services and Food Services. Blend Community Café is part of Food Serv
Northern Beaches Council is a Local Government area stretching from Palm Beach to Manly with a population of more than 266,000 (ABS 2016).
Uniting War Memorial Hospital (UWMH) is a subacute aged care rehabilitat
Our aim is to let people living with dementia and their carers, know t
Finley Dementia Alliance aims to reduce stigma by raising dementia awareness in the community and schools.
This singing group is held at the Maclean CWA Rooms on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month (excl. Public Holidays and NSW School Holidays).
This singing group is held at Clarence Valley Conservatorium each Tuesday from 10-11.30am (excl. Public Holidays and NSW School Holidays).
A group of community members including people living with dementia, people caring for those living with dementia, and others from concerned groups and organisations.
The Woollahra Dementia Alliance (WDA) formed from a planning day held in January 2019, and subsequently drafted an action plan.
As a church, we have commenced running a Dementia and frail/elderly inclusive church service here at Mona Vale Anglican Church (1624 Pittwater Road, Mona Vale) at 10am on the 1st Thursday of each month.
Ageless Moves by You Should Be Dancing, is exercise disguised as dance with both standing and seated fun, unique movements and old time music classics across the 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s and current.