For older adults

Our goal is to create a liveable and harmonious city where people want to grow older in.

hether you're looking for services to socialise or needing extra help, here are some services available only for seniors. 

If you're accessing Australian Government support, we can provide you access to these high quality services to be cared for in your later years. Your consumer rights are protected by the Charter of Aged Care Rights.

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We're creating a city where older people can thrive.

The Manningham Positive Ageing Alliance Group (MPAAG),  ensures all residents should feel:

  • respected and valued
  • able to live a meaningful life
  • able to connect and participate
  • able to live and feel safe in the community.
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Encouraging positive ageing

Our goal is to create a liveable and harmonious city where people want to grow older in.

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Raising dementia awareness

We’re committed to being a dementia friendly city. We recognise that a person with dementia can still be an active member and can still live their best lives

Manningham Dementia Friendly

Preventing elder abuse

Everyone has the right to live their lives free from abuse.

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Find senior citizens clubs

We have several clubs in Manningham for older adults. The centres and clubs provide social and recreational opportunities for older people.

Looking for help?

Are you or the older person you are caring for in need of the following services:

If you're accessing Australian Government support, we can provide you access to these high quality services to be cared for in your later years.

Our food services helps you, or the person you care for maintain a healthy diet.

We provide personal care services to help you, or the person you care for maintain their personal hygiene.

Community Access provides accompanied shopping assistance with one of our trained staff.

You can access this service if you're over 65 years old and no longer driving a car and need transport to attend a local shopping centre.

We have social support services to help you, or the older person you care for, build social connections. 

We’re here to support primary carers looking after a family member or loved one via respite care.

Find out how to apply for a residential, trader, tradesperson or carer parking permit.

Wanting to get rid of large household items? Find out how and when you can book a hard waste collection.

A range of information, resources and services are available for people with disabilities.