While we are probably all thankful, that we’ve come out of wearing mandatory masks during the lockdown in WA. During that time, many of our COTA (WA) mall walkers took back some control by researching and sewing some unique cloth face masks for those who need them.
We believe that one way to assist in alleviating the stress of losing a loved one within a crowd is the introduction of a non-intrusive, easily recognizable ‘Forget-Me-Not’ Lapel Pin
Where to find information on the WA Seniors Card and Commonwealth Health Care Care.
COTA WA Shopping Centre Mall Walking Program will close for the Christmas 2020 period.
Curtin University has developed and tested a brief CBT-based self-help guide to assist people to cope with anxiety and depression symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The WA Mental Health Commission has release the Suicide Prevention Framework 2021-2025 which provides a coordinated approach to address suicide prevention activity in Western Australia.
The Western Australian Metal Health Commission has released the Western Australian Suicide Prevention Framework 2021 – 2025.
WA Seniors Week 2020 will run from Sunday 8 to Monday 16 November 2020 with Have a Go Day being held on Wednesday 11 November 2020
The federal government has release an update about the 2020-21 Federal Budget and the measures announced to support the aged care sector to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lifeline WA are the providers of the Community Visitors Scheme which is funded by the federal Department of Health. It aims to enrich the quality of life of seniors living…