Enhancing the wellness of seniors in the comfort and safety of their homes
Designed to improve quality of life, wellbeing and help support cognitive decline for older Australians, our professionally run programs all focus on having fun, connecting with others and using emerging technologies. All programs combine science and social activity.
We are working hard to keep our clients and communities safe in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. In light of this we are now delivering our Memory Innovation classes online!
Sessions are run by highly educated and trained professionals to ensure you get the best outcomes for your health and wellness. The simplicity of the programs are key meaning you can do them in your own home which is ideal given the isolation measures currently in place.
Choose which programs you would like to see by clicking on the relevant button below. Should you have any difficulties, please call Jessica on (02) 9481 2659 or our general helpline on (02) 9488 2500 for further assistance.
Our Services for Seniors
We are here to help seniors and provide a range of supports. Our goal is to improve wellbeing and quality of life for each individual we work with.
We would love you to join the Memory Innovations Centre family and continue to improve your wellbeing through our more comprehensive suite of Telehealth sessions and one-on-one sessions.
We can offer more personalised programs and our groups are all run by highly experienced facilitators who each bring a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Call Jessica on (02) 9481 2659 or email email@example.com to book now.
Or use the contact form below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is CatholicCare?
We are the social care agency of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Broken Bay. We provide services to 20,000+ children, young people. individuals and families, and have been doing so since 1987.
What types of services do we offer?
Our Family Centres offer counselling including financial counselling, parenting groups and education, family dispute resolution and mediation, domestic and family violence support, housing and homelessness support, relationship education, emergency relief and more.
How are we adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic?
We are working hard to keep our doors open to those in need and our communities safe in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have developed a range of alternative ways to provide services including the Memory Innovations Centre. We are operating business as usual wherever possible.
Who can participate?
We are certainly sharing unfamiliar and unpredictable times. Whilst the Memory Innovations Centre was originally set up for seniors, we are seeing increased requests from the wider community to watch our videos and join in and connect whilst at home.