Staying Socially Connected

To find a number of opportunities to stay active within the community and services available to you, please follow the link to Council’s Community Directory:

DCaf Connections local social café – Thursday mornings – Warrawee

Is an independent social café, a weekly meeting place designed to give a small group of people living with dementia and their family carers an opportunity outside of their home to socialise, relax and discover ways to live well with dementia.

Information can also be provided about local service providers and support groups.

Their enhanced 2020 programme includes new activities, fitness (memory and balance exercises), speakers and social opportunities.

DCaf Connections’ carers’ online café – Monday afternoons

Is a fortnightly online café where their carers enjoy friendship, sharing ideas, great conversations and social support from the convenience and comfort of their homes.

To join these fun, vibrant, social and supportive groups please contact:

Contact: Fiona (Programme Co-ordinator)
Phone: 0402 837 877
Please note: To maintain the fun, supportive small group environment enjoyed by our members, bookings are essential.

Download the DCaf Connections July 2020 flyer - 109kb

DCaf  – Café catch-up

Our DCaf’s have been created as a safe, welcoming and enjoyable space for both people who are experiencing dementia and their family members, carers and friends who may be feeling a little isolated. Activities to engage and entertain, light exercises, plus the opportunity to make new friends and share information. Our DCaf’s are located in:

Galston: Monday, 10am-12pm

West Pymble: Tuesday, 9.30am-11.30am

St Ives: Wednesday, 10am-12pm

Waitara: Thursday, 10am-12pm

Where travel may be an issue D-Caf via Zoom is available.

To find out more and book your place please call: Linda Wake KNC on 9485 7599
Joint project run by Rotary and KNC

These publications provide a general information only of the subject matter covered. People should seek professional advice about their specific case. Hornsby Shire Council is not liable for any error or omission in these publications.