Finding reliable information and advice to help plan for your future can be challenging.
There is an abundance of brochures, directories and information on the internet, but how do you know what is accurate and trustworthy?
To equip yourself for important decisions about lifestyle, health and safety, as well as expand your general knowledge, come along to our regular ‘Ageing Well’ information sessions.
Join us for morning tea and hear from experts on a diverse range of topics.
For more information about our Ageing well information sessions call the Crows Nest Centre on 9439 5122 or enquire online. If you need an interpreter phone TIS 131 450.
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Friday 30 September, 10.30am – midday
Healthy brains help reduce dementia risk
Shannon Chin, Fit Minds Australia
Keeping your brain fit and active can help you stay independent by reducing the risk of dementia. Shannon Chin, author of Demystifying Dementia, will show you how to build cognitive resilience, maintain decision making capacity and age and live well.