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The award winning Ageing in Style Expo returns this year to the Co-Op Mall in Nuriootpa on Thursday 24 October from 9am to 12.30pm.
The event, which has been running since 2014 and was last year awarded the 2018 Minister for Health and Wellbeing Excellence in Public Health award, aims to increase access to and awareness of services in the region relevant older residents.
Over 40 local providers and groups will promote a diverse range of goods and services including aged care home support and home care services, residential aged care, carer support and respite, dementia support, arts and crafts activities, recreation activities and mobility equipment.
The Barossa Council Collaborative Project Officer, Deb Anderson, says “The expo is a great opportunity for seniors and their families to connect with and find out more about local services which can support their lifestyle needs and choices”.
The Expo is an initiative of the Seniors Collaborative Action Project (SCAP), which comprises the local government areas of Barossa, Gawler, Light and Adelaide Plains, funded through the Commonwealth government and auspiced by The Barossa Council.
For more information about the Ageing in Style Expo, and SCAP, contact Collaborative Project Officer, Deb Anderson, on 8563 8414.