COTA NT advocating for and working towards an age-friendly, just, inclusive and equitable society for all Territorians over 50
COTA NT is aiming to maintain its connections and support for senior Territorians, and now more than ever, it’s important for our community to maintain its connections and keep having those essential conversations. It’s not business as usual, but here is what we are doing at the moment to stay connected with you.
Take a look at our ideas sheets on how to stay busy, stay active and stay connected when you are asked to stay at home. We encourage you to read them, print and share them!
This video give you tips on how to support older Australians through coronavirus.
We want to hear from you about the current coronavirus crisis. We are gathering this information at COTA NT to understand better the impact the crisis is having on our members and senior Territorians aged 50+. We will then be better placed to determine what our role can be and what support we can offer during this time. We want to hear about your thoughts and about the precautions being put in place to manage the situation. Click here to take part in the survey.
To minimise risk to our staff and community, please do not enter Spillett House, if you are unwell with cough or fever (or other respiratory systems), or if you have not isolated yourself for at least 14 days following overseas travel