‘Interruptions to Daily Living Guide’ translated to Polish, Italian and Greek Languages
Did you know that more than thirty percent of people living in Western Australia were born overseas, with the most common migrant populations being Asian, Italian and Indian?
For many of our older migrants the language barrier has been their biggest challenge – in particular, accessing information in their own language.
To address this issue COTA (WA) has worked with Umbrella Multicultural Community Care for the translation of our latest publication, the ‘Interruptions to Daily Living Guide’ into the languages of Polish, Italian and Greek.
COTA (WA) Interruptions to Daily Living Guides
These Guides have been prepared to support older Western Australians who are isolated and whose normal daily routine has been interrupted. They are vailable in Polish, Italian and Greek languages.
COTA (WA) has worked closely with organisations in the seniors’ sector to bring you this guide. It is filled with suggestions and information on how you can live comfortably and safely during periods when you are isolated and how you can access the information or support you need.
Please share this information with your family or carer, or anyone that may be assisting you with your daily living requirements.
On behalf of the Seniors’ sector organisations in Western Australia, you can be assured that all of us are working together to ensure all older Western Australians have access to the support and services they need to feel safe and live well
Acknowledgment of Umbrella Multicultural Community Care
COTA (WA) acknowledges Umbrella Multicultural Community Care for the translation of the ‘Interruptions to Daily Living Guide’ into the languages of Polish, Italian and Greek.
For more information contact:
Umbrella Multicultural Community Care
T: 08 9275 4411
To access the Translated ‘Interruptions to Daily Living’ Guides click here:
Download the POLISH Interruptions Guide [PDF]
Download the ITALIAN Interruptions Guide [PDF]
Download the GREEK Interruptions Guide [PDF]
Translations provided by Ethnolink