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: https://www.hornsby.nsw.gov.au/community/services/community-directory
DCaf Connections – Weekly Local café – Thursdays, 10am-12pm, Warrawee
For people living with the early-mid stages of dementia and their family carers. What do we enjoy at our weekly local café? Friendship, activities and information about local services and support groups.
Our café is a weekly meeting place designed to give a small-medium 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.
- fitness sessions (memory, co-ordination and balance)
- speakers and activity providers (art, music therapy, etc)
- croquet and a variety of table-based activities
DCaf Connections’ – Monthly carers’ discussion group café – Thursdays, 11am-12pm, Warrawee
What do we enjoy at our monthly carers’ café? Friendship, sharing ideas, great conversations and social support.
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.
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
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