The building better Homes Campaign is a campaign on the importance of accessible housing.
At the 2021 State general election, the WA Electoral Commission will provide a range of services aimed at reducing barriers to electoral participation and improving accessibility.
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.
Available Accessibility Options Including Technology Assisted Voting For Upcoming State General Election (March 2021)
The March 2021 State General Election is fast approaching and the Western Australian Electoral Commission has been working to make voting more accessible for all Western Australian electors.
The 2020 WA Seniors Awards presentation was held at Government House on 15 December 2020.
Centrelink advice that the MyGov office at 770 Hay St, Perth will be temporarily closing it’s doors from 5-21 December 2020.
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 Seniors Award winners for 2020 have been announced.
The Annual General Meeting of The Council on the Ageing Western Australia Incorporated will be held on Thursday 10 December 2020 from 2:00pm in the Wesfarmers Theatrette at The Perron Centre, 61 Kitchener Ave, Victoria Park WA 6100.