News in Brief - Positive Ageing Sessions in February

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News in Brief - Positive Ageing Sessions in February

Release Date: 
Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Throughout the year the City of Armadale hosts a series of Positive Ageing Sessions at the Armadale Library and other venues to engage older members of the community.

The workshops are held each month and cover a wide range of topics such as safety and security, health, current activities and useful information particularly relevant for older people. The next two sessions in the Positive Ageing Sessions series are:

Human Rights, Elder Abuse and Advocare’s role

Wednesday 6 February, 1.30 - 2.30pm
Armadale Library

A representative from Advocare will discuss:

  • Advocacy and the role of Advocare
  • Accessing Services
  • Human Rights
  • Elder Abuse.

Stroke Safe

Wednesday 6 February, 3 - 4pm
Armadale Library

In Australia, a stroke occurs every ten minutes. A representative from Stroke Foundation will discuss:

  • What a stroke is and how to recognise the warning signs.
  • The effects of a stroke and how to reduce the risk of stroke.

Refreshments will be provided. Bookings are essential. Visit or call 9394 5125.

For more information on this topic contact:

Phone: (08) 9394 5000

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