Help to live, age better at PCC’s Seniors Week Expo

SHOWCASING services and programs to help you live and age better, Padstow Community Care (PCC) invites those aged over 60 to a Seniors Week Expo next Wednesday (March 13).

There will be an official opening and welcome at 9.30am, a safety talk at 11am with Senior Constable Steve Jacka and a presentation on dementia at 11.45am.
With the Seniors Hub Coffee Haven providing free refreshments all morning, there will also be a range of stalls to browse with advice on offer.
These include representatives from Anglicare Dementia Advisory Services, Sydney Water Bills Assist Program, Service NSW, Living Hope Funerals, Physio Inq Panania/Menai, Connect Hearing, solicitors, NSW Police, Crime Prevention and Safety, the council’s Active Ageing team, Senior Rights Service and BaptistCare.
PCC organiser Alison Dawes said: “The free expo will benefit seniors, as they will have the opportunity to attend information stalls and meet and talk with over a dozen service providers from a variety of government and non-government organisations, covering areas such as health and wellbeing, aged care, legal, seniors rights, safety and social connections.
“Seniors will also have the opportunity to attend two interactive presentations, with the morning a fantastic opportunity to catch up on all the latest.”
It will held at PCC, 23 Cahors Road, Padstow, 9am-12pm. For further info: 9772 2299.