Ageing with Grace

Ageing with Grace’s mission is to create a society where older people are empowered to age with grace, dignity, and fulfillment. They envision a future where older people have access to the resources, support, and opportunities they need to maintain vibrant social connections, embrace technology, and lead independent lives.

Their Mission is to support older people in their journey towards social connectedness, digital literacy, and independence in daily living. Ageing with Grace offers a variety of programs and services to help older people stay connected, learn new skills, and maintain their independence.

Social Connections

Ageing with Grace believe that social connections are the bedrock of well-being for older people. That’s why they offer a variety of programs to help older people connect with others, such as the Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme (ACVVS).

  • The ACVVS is a government-funded program that provides friendship and companionship to older people living in aged care facilities or at home. Volunteers visit older people on a regular basis to chat, play games, or simply spend time together. The ACVVS is designed to reduce social isolation and improve the well-being of older people.
  • The ACVVS is open to anyone who receives government-subsidised residential aged care or Home Care Packages. Volunteers must be over 18 years of age and undergo a National Police Check.
  • The ACVVS is a valuable service that provides companionship and support to older people. It is a great way to get involved in your community and make a difference in the lives of others.

Digital Literacy

Ageing with Grace also believe that it’s important for older people to be able to harness the power of technology to stay connected and engaged with the world around them. They offer IT training and support to help older people learn new digital skills, such as using social media, browsing the internet, and shopping online.

Independence in Daily Living

Ageing with Grace recognise that daily activities can become more challenging with advancing age and offer practical assistance in areas such as personal shopping and transportation.

Ageing with Grace Beliefs

  • Older people have knowledge and experience that others can learn from.
  • Older people should be encouraged to be meaningful community members.
  • Older people should have opportunities to connect with people from all generations.
  • Older people should be treated with respect, dignity, courtesy, and compassion.
  • Diversity is to be embraced and celebrated.

To enquire about services or to volunteer please email or call 0491 272 417. 

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