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Social Support Group

Social Support Groups provides an opportunity for clients to attend and participate in social interactions which are conducted away from the clients home and in, or from, a fixed base facility or centre based settings. This program provides a social outing for those who meet the eligible criteria; it also enables carers to have a break. The service picks up clients each weekday from all over the Wollondilly and Camden LGA's.


  • Group based activities held in or from a facility/ centre (e.g. pre-set or individually tailored activities promoting physical activity, cognitive stimulation and emotional wellbeing)
  • Group excursions conducted by centre staff to be held away from the centre.



Meals On Wheels Service


Meals on Wheels is the service type that refers to:

  • Meals prepared and delivered to the client’s home; and
  • Meals provided at a centre or other setting


Providing meals to frail, older people at home, a centre or in another setting may deliver a range of benefits. It is more than just a meal. It is about ensuring people who may not be able to get out and about, enjoy regular social interaction and the comfort of knowing someone will drop by to say hello and see how they are going. Meals on Wheels is not means tested but is a service geared towards the needs of frail older people, younger people with a disability and their carers. The Meals on Wheels program provides healthy and appetising meals delivered directly to the homes of our clients within the Wollondilly Shire.



Social Support Individual


Social Support Individual is assistance provided by a companion (paid worker or volunteer) to an individual, either within the home environment or whilst accessing community services. It is primarily directed towards meeting the persons need for social contact and / or company in order to participate in community life.


Services funded include:

  • Visiting services
  • Telephone and web-based monitoring services (including other technologies that help connect older people to their community e.g. to assist people with sensory impairments or those living in geographically isolated areas)
  • Accompanied activities (such as assisting the person through accompanied shopping, bill paying, attendance at appointments and other related activities)


Social support is usually provided one-on-one but may also be provided to more than one person, for example, where social support is provided to an aged couple.



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