Age Friendly Resources

Age Friendly Melville Services Directory

The Age Friendly Melville Services Directory is regularly updated and improved with the latest information about services and activities that support independence and participation by over 55s in the community.  The current edition was updated December 2019.

In the Directory you will find information relating to:

  • Accommodation/Housing
  • Carer support
  • Clubs and Friendship Groups
  • Cultural and Linguistic Diverse Services
  • Day Centres and Respite Services
  • Education and Volunteering
  • Emergency relief and services
  • Health
  • Library, Museums, Community and Recreation Centres
  • Mobility assistance, aids and equipment
  • and more.

If you would like a hard copy, please call 1300 635 845 or 9364 0666 or download a copy of the directory by clicking the tab below.

COTA WA at Home Guide

Council on the Ageing Western Australia has developed a guide to support older West Australians to live well. It is important for all members of our community to feel safe and supported, with easy access to information and support services. What ever your situation, be assured that there are many community networks and volunteers who are there to assist. You just need to pick up the telephone.  COTA WA hopes you enjoy the At Home Guide.

This resource is available in three formats:

A 45 minute online At Home video for people who have access to the internet, click the link below (See special screening date of the At Home video below)

A 48 page hard copy At Home Guide for those who do not have access to online technology - if you would like a hard copy, please call 1300 635 845 or 9364 0666.

A downloadable, online viewing version available, click the link below.

http://www.cotawa.org.au/the-at-home-guide/

Technology Training @ City of Melville Libraries

Be Connected - Build your online skills

City of Melville Libraries are Be Connected Network Partners. Be Connected is a free Australian Government initiative aimed at increasing the confidence, skills and online safety of older Australians when they use the internet and everyday technology.

Their face-to-face Be Connected sessions have been postponed for the time being, but you can still access great online learning resources at www.beconnected.esafety.gov.au.  Watch this space for a return date of the Be Connected sessions.

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