New COTA Queensland Information Session – Your Wellbeing, Your Plan
Most of us wish to age well. A core part of this is considering your wellbeing. Research informs us even the smallest change to daily activities can have a large impact on your wellbeing.
Wellbeing, active ageing, enablement, wellness, person-centred care and so forth are terms we are hearing more often when talking about ageing and aged care services in Australia. COTA is offering free information sessions to breakdown this terminology and provide tools for you to identify what is important to you as you age and develop goals that focus on what would you like to improve and how to start those making those changes. COTA’s trained peer educators will come to your group and in interactive sessions will discuss;
- The possibilities/advantages of staying well as you age
- Your options for increasing wellbeing
- Getting community and aged care services on board to assist you
- How this can improve local and community services for everyone.
Invite one of COTA’s Peer Educators to your group for a free one hour information session to make the most of these terms and approaches. For more information download the information brochure and session poster here.
Sessions are available from August 2016 to June 2017 and are offered in Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Bundaberg, Toowoomba, Redlands, Moreton Bay and South Burnett
Book now to secure a session with your group!
How to book a session:
- Complete the online booking form below. Once you have submitted the form, a copy of your request will be sent to the email address you have provided.
- A COTA Queensland team member will be in contact to arrange a speaker and confirm the booking.
For more information contact COTA Queensland on email@example.com or call 1300 738 348 This is a part of the Step Forward-Together project. Step Forward-Together is a COTA and CommunityWest Inc. project funded by the Australian Government Department of Health to support both aged care service providers and older people to co-produce aged care service models that promote wellness and enablement.