What people said about The Art of Change: Time: 1 – 3 pm Tuesdays Dates: Tuesdays: 20 February to 27 March (6 weeks) Venue: Salvation Army Community Hall, 27–37 Anderson Road Sunbury Cost: Free Adam – phone: 9744 9204 or email: [email protected] Ayse – phone: 9744 9596 or email: [email protected] back to top ↑ Our Audiologist offers a broad range of services to children from 12 months of age and adults, including assessing, preventing and treating hearing problems. for Health Care and Pension Card Holders. for non-Health Care or Pension Card Holders.
We have an enthusiastic and engaging social program and have formed great relationships with residents, relatives, friends and volunteers.
We strive to support residents’ independence and personal needs.
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Cell Research Tissue and Organ Donation or Transplants Tourette Syndrome (also teal) Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Von Hipple Lindau Worker and Driving Safety All Cancers (general cancer awareness) Caregiver Epilepsy (also purple) Foster Care or Foster Parents Gynecologic Cancer (also teal ribbon) Hodgkin's Lymphoma Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis Hysterectomy Infantile Spasms Rett Syndrome Amniotic Fluid Embolism Baby Safe Haven Birth Defects Hyperemesis Graviduram Male Breast Cancer Miscarriage Pregnancy and Infant Loss Premature Birth SIDS Stillbirth Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (also with two daisies in the center for identical twins, three for triplets) Addison's Disease Behcets Disease Chronic Illness Cushing Syndrome Digeorge Sequence Edward's Syndrome Graves Disease Hyperaldosteronism Klinefelter's Syndrome Lymphedema Men's Health Pro Choice Prostate Cancer Scleroderma Shprintzen Syndrome Spay or Neuter Pets Thyroid Disease (also blue paisley ribbon) Trisomy 18 Velo-Cardio 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Buses depart Sunbury Community Health at 2.30 pm to take people home. Buses depart from Sunbury Community Health at 9.00 am to pick people up. It helps develop self-confidence, social skills and provides respite for families and carers. For information about the New Horizons waiting list, contact our friendly staff 9744 4455.
Activities include: Click here (574KB) to view the Social Groups flyer. Buses depart from Sunbury Community Health at 1.00 pm to take people home. The group runs weekly on a Tuesday night from 5.00–9.00 pm. back to top ↑ each, all with an ensuite and a private outdoor area.
Groups are available for people with a disability, dementia or chronic illness and older people who have limited access to social opportunities in the community and are living at home. Held 10.00 am to 1.00 pm every Friday, the ‘Social Blokes’ Group is held at Sunbury Community Health (Macedon Street), for men who are frail, aged, have chronic illness, disability or dementia, who have limited access to social opportunities in the community and are living at home. For waiting times, contact our friendly staff 9744 4455.
Groups run 10.00 am to 2.30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Buses depart from Sunbury Community Health at 9.00 am to pick people up. Activities include: Transport is available if required. New Horizons is a social group for young people aged 18 to 45 years who live at home and are unable to access mainstream social activities. Click here (451KB) to view the New Horizons group flyer. Available to Sunbury, Bulla and Diggers Rest residents.
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There is also the opportunity to participate in group therapy sessions.