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Are you over 50? Live or work in the City of Armadale? Need help to get organised?
This specially designed workshop will teach you the life skills you need to get organised and have a better idea of what you have and where it all is. Sass Vlasich, a representative from Skilled 4 Life will guide you through a complimentary workshop, that prompts you to list details such as:
- Wills and Power of Attorneys and personal details- do you have everything you need and is it current?
- General insurancecs, life insurances and superannuation- details, cover and beneficiaries
- Banking and direct debits- keeping track
- Recording of important information including drivers licences, passports, birth certificates, Medicare, MyGov and other relevant documentation
Date: 31 July 2018
Time: 4.30pm light refreshments
5 - 6.30pm workshop
Venue: City of Armadale Function Room, 7 Orchard Avenue, Armadale.
RSVP: Places are limited, please call 9394 5652 to book a place.
Positive Ageing Sessions
Wills- What you need to consider
Wednesday 1 August
A legal representative from Citizens Advice Bureau will discuss:
- The basic requirements in making a will.
- Appointing Executors and their duties
- Who can be a beneficiary
- Who has the right to contest a will.
Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) and Enduring Power of Guardianship (EPG)
Wednesday 1 August
3 - 4pm
A member of the Citizens Advice Bureau's legal team will discuss:
- What EPAs and EPGs are an how the differ
- How long they last
- When you should consider making an EPA or EPG.
Refreshments will be provided. Bookings are essential. Visit www.library.armadale.wa.gov.au or call 9394 5125.
Do you need help with technology? Students from Dale Christian School will be available to assist you with your technology troubles. Any questions about your laptop, iPad, tablet, mobile phone or digital camera can be solved by these technology savvy youngsters.
12.30 - 1.30pm
Term 3 dates:
25 July, 1 August, 8 August, 15 August, 22 August, 29 August.
Term 4 dates:
10 October, 17 October, 24 October, 31 October, 7 November, 14 November, 21 November.
Phone Armadale Library on 9394 5125 to book your place.
Pole walking is walking with a set of specially designed poles to assist and further enhance everyday walking. It is a fun and functional way to exercise and is considered an all-in-one workout.
Pole walking promotes health and wellbeing. It exercises the mind and body and it has been noted that pole walking can be helpful to people experiencing Dementia and Parkinsons.
Cost: A gold coin donation.
If you would like to join a pole walking group contact the Armadale Visitors Centre on 9394 5410 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep active and contribute to your community by volunteering. For information on volunteering opportunities contact Armadale Volunteer Services on (08) 9394 5629 or email email@example.com.
The City of Armadale has a significant population of older people with widely differing interests, aspirations, strengths and needs. Older people in the City of Armadale have a right to participate in community life and help create the future in which they will have a significant stake.
The City's Positive Ageing Strategy is a guide to the City’s efforts in supporting older people from the age of 50 years. Many strategies require a collaborative approach in which the City’s role will vary depending on the capacity of external agencies to respond. In essence, the Strategy sets out a mechanism whereby:
- Issues are clearly identified.
- Community wide responses are developed.
- The City's role in those responses is clearly defined.
The City will support capacity in the community to respond before considering direct service delivery. There are many benefits of this approach including:
- Building capacity in local organisations
- Creating an environment of collaboration between stakeholders
- Engendering ownership of issues and solutions
- Harnessing a far greater pool of expertise to consider issues and responses
- Significant advocacy power to other levels of government.
Most significantly, this approach works towards creating a stronger, more resilient and sustainable community.
The Access and Mobility Map uses an international standard key to illustrate access information within the City of Armadale, including the central business districts of Armadale, Kelmscott, Seville Grove and Roleystone.
The map is also available at City of Armadale libraries, Administration Building, Armadale Visitor Centre and from service providers in the area. If you would like a map sent out in the post contact the Community Development Support Officer on 9394 5642.
Older people in the City of Armadale have access to a wide range of local groups and clubs for sport, recreation and social opportunities.
Roleystone-Karragullen Seniors Club
Jarrah Road, Roleystone
Activities include indoor bowls, mah-jong, book club, art and computer classes, bingo and lunches.
Call 9390 6114 for information.
Westfield Kelmscott Seniors Club
Harold King Centre, Monday to Friday
Activities include pool, darts, boot scooting, podiatry, hairdresser on specific days, and also lunch and outings.
Call 9390 5204 for information.
Meet at Armadale Aquatic centre on Mondays and Thursdays, 6am to 9am.
Exercising walking through water and socialise afterwards.
Call 9399 3225 for information.
Dale Rainbow Walkers
Dale Cottages, Coombe Avenue, Armadale.
Meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8.30am for five walks around the village, distances between 150m to 2km.
Call 9497 3200 for information.
Books on Wheels
Meet at Seville Grove Library for a cuppa, chat and to borrow books on a Wednesday morning from 10 to 11.30am.
Call 9399 9511 for information.
Pole Walking Groups
Call 9394 5410 for information.
There are a range of government and non-government agencies providing services and support to seniors living within the City of Armadale.
Click here for answers to FAQs for seniors and people with a disability.