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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

The occupational therapy service aims to improve safety in the home and maximise independence by providing home safety assessments, recommending equipment and strategies to use in your home and recommending methods to complete daily tasks independently.

The service also offers short courses and other group and individual programs:

Good Food for Me

The Good Food for Me program is aimed at helping people to have up-to-date evidence-based knowledge to make nutritious and budget-friendly food choices to maintain and lead a healthy lifestyle. The program is facilitated by an occupational therapist with input from an accredited nutritionist/dietitian.

Participants are given opportunities to contribute to discussions, have a hands-on experience to prepare easy meals and enjoy a tasting afterwards.

The program will:

  • Provide information to help you make better choices to improve physical and mental health.
  • Provide tools and teach participants how to read nutrition labels to make wise food purchases.
  • Help participants to cook budget-friendly meals, and come up with ideas to reduce food waste and save money.
  • Teach safe food handling and storage ideas.

This program is for residents aged 65+ (50+ for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander identity).

Refreshments provided.

Program details

  • Dates: Four sessions - Thursday 12 May, Thursday 19 May, Thursday 26 May and Thursday 2 June.
  • Time: 9.30 to 11.30am
  • Where: Kerrabee, 3 Louisa Street, Croydon (street parking available)
  • Cost: Small materials fee, contact us to enquire

Make a booking

To make a booking, contact Gillian on 1300 88 22 33 or 9298 4598 or email

Download the Good Food for Me flyer

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