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Community support information
Looking for information about the programs and services available for people over 65? Use the information below to find which programs and services are right for you.
As you get older, it can become harder to do things on your own. The Commonwealth Government provides services in the home to eligible seniors.
An aged care home (sometimes known as a nursing home or residential aged care facility) is for older people who can no longer live at home and need ongoing help with everyday tasks or health care.
Senior Citizen Centres and clubs provide safe, supportive and friendly environments for the needs of people over 55 years of age.
VHC is a Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) program that supports veterans and war widows with low care needs to remain in their own homes.
This major state-wide festival for Victorians over 60 focuses on providing free or low-cost events and activities, across the month of October, designed to bring seniors together to enjoy themselves, learn new skills and make new friends.
Council, Victoria Police and Neighbourhood Watch, with the help of community members and organisations, worked together to better understand the experiences of Seniors who live independently in Baw Baw Shire.
A list of community services available to help seniors go about their lives.
Access information about your rights under the Aged Care Act 1997 and the purpose of the Aged Care Quality Safety Commission.
View information about the community groups and not-for-profit organisations advocating on behalf of seniors.