Hepburn Health Service knows how important carers are – not only to the people they care for, the people whose lives they improve on a daily basis, but to the whole community.
Carers provide support to partners, family and friends. They care for someone with a disability, mental illness, terminal illness, chronic illness, or an older person with care needs.
We uphold the Victorian Government’s 5 priorities for carers:
Priority 1 – Carers have better health and wellbeing
Priority 2 – Carers are supported in school, study and work environments
Priority 3 – Carers can access support and services that meet their needs
Priority 4 – Carers have less financial stress
Priority 5 – Carers are recognised, acknowledged and respected
Support Group for Carers of People Living with Dementia
Are you one of many people living in the Hepburn Shire who has a friends, partner, relative or neighbour living with dementia?
Come along and join us for a cuppa, support and a bit of fun too.
Meeting days and time are:
Daylesford – 1st Tuesday and Clunes – 3rd Wednesday of the month. From 10.30 to 12 pm. Respite available by arrangement.
For more information contact manager Integrated Community Aged Care on 5321 6595