Given the current situation with COVID -19 and the need to prioritise people’s safety, STARS has decided to postpone all face to face training, forums and activities until the end of April 2020. We will be adhering to the Commonwealth Department of Health guidelines and keep you informed when face to face training is able to resume.
Limited places are still available in this short course which will help you begin to get the skills and knowledge needed to work in aged care, childcare, classroom support or other community service roles.
Do you have a couple of hours to spare each week or fortnight, have a car and enjoy spending time with older people? There are older people in the community who need the support of a friendly person to do some local light shopping.
From the 1st of July 2019, the Australian Government is introducing a new and simpler Charter of Aged Care Rights. This will replace the current charters of aged care rights and responsibilities.
Can you speak fluent English? Would you like to help other Mums learn and practice speaking English? Mum 2 Mum operates at 4 different sites during School Terms and Volunteers with preschool aged children welcome. For more information about volunteering
The 4cs has recently partnered with the Bankstown Arts Centre and Settlement Service International in the development of the Arts project … HOME … which is being launched on Thursday 7th March at 6pm at the Bankstown Arts Centre.
Our Garden Care Volunteers have made a short video about volunteering and converting gardens to low maintenance for frail aged residents in the Canterbury and Inner West area in Sydney ….
The Clinic operates on Wednesdays from the Centre’s offices at 130 Railway Pde, Lakemba and aims to improve the health and well being of women in the local area by offering greater access to preventative health and health screening services.
Financial Members of Canterbury City Community Centre are an essential support for the work we do in the community.
Members can vote at Annual and Special Meetings, can nominate or be nominated to the Board and are kept up to date with all Centre happenings through our quarterly newsletter.