Community Connect

formerly Alexandrina Centre for Positive Ageing

Community Services for the Aged

Organisation Address
Corner of Goolwa Terrace and Loveday Street Goolwa, SA 5214
Organisation Phone
08 8555 7000
Organisation Email
PO Box 115 Goolwa, SA 5214
Mon - Fri 8.30am - 4:30pm
Priority is for frail aged and younger people with a disability and their carers in the Alexandrina Council region
For services
Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets, Accessible parking
Branch address:
  • Community Connect @ The Hub; Corner of Goolwa Terrace and Loveday Street Goolwa
  • Community Connect @ Strathalbyn; 9 High Street, Strathalbyn
  • Community Connect - This support focuses on engagement and participation in the community .Provides in home and community support for the frail aged, younger people who experience a disability and their carers. Priority is given to those with greatest need; fees apply for all services that include transport, social support, domestic assistance & home maintenance & modifications.
  • Services enhance the independence and wellbeing of older people ensuring a local response within the Alexandrina Council. Priority is given to those who are at risk of social isolation. Younger adults who experience a disability may also be eligible for some services which are also available to unpaid carers.
  • Health & wellbeing programs include: Creative Expressions, Expressive Art, Leather work, Keep Fit - Strength for Life, Tai Chi, Yoga, Heart Foundation walking group, Marching Ladies, Heat & Wax, Coffee & Chat, Relaxation, Movie Afternoon, Cards & Games, Lunches & Outings, Social Support, Information & Advocacy and more
  • The Community Hub- links people with opportunities to get involved in their community. Activities build on health and wellbeing through participation in programs, activities and community life. This is an intergenerational space for the community to meet, share and contribute.
Last updated: 14/06/2017
Information provided by: Alexandrina Council
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