We've found 12 helpful services for Social support in Elderslie (Camden Council LG, NSW)
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TeleCHAT
Free

Red Cross provides regular telephone calls to people who have little or no social connection with other people. Friendly volunteers call participants at an agreed time, generally once a week, for an open ended chat. Participants are matched with volunteers based on their interests, hobbies and availability. Phone calls offer a connection to the community providing regular contact with the same volunteer. People receiving calls speak of the companionship and friendship they feel from having another person to talk with.

Free

Red Cross provides regular telephone calls to people who have little or no social connection with other people. Friendly volunteers call participants at an agreed time, generally once a week, for an open ended chat. Participants are matched with volunteers based on their interests, hobbies and availability. Phone calls offer a connection to the community providing regular contact with the same volunteer. People receiving calls speak of the companionship and friendship they feel from having another person to talk with.

Social support
Provided by BaptistCare
Subsidised

Friendly visits and social outings arranged as part of the government aged care services to help you remain independent at home.

Subsidised

Friendly visits and social outings arranged as part of the government aged care services to help you remain independent at home.

Pet care
Provided by RSPCA
Subsidised

The Pets of Older Persons (POOPs) program assists socially isolated elderly people in NSW by offering assistance with their pets in times of crisis. The POOPs Program aims to keep pets and their elderly owners happy, healthy and together in their own homes for as long as possible. Home visits can help with pet care, and temporary foster accommodation can be offered if a pet's owner needs to go to hospital.

Subsidised

The Pets of Older Persons (POOPs) program assists socially isolated elderly people in NSW by offering assistance with their pets in times of crisis. The POOPs Program aims to keep pets and their elderly owners happy, healthy and together in their own homes for as long as possible. Home visits can help with pet care, and temporary foster accommodation can be offered if a pet's owner needs to go to hospital.

Telephone contact
Free

Telecross is a service that provides the elderly and housebound with a reassuring daily phone call to ensure that they are safe and well. If this call goes unanswered an agreed emergency procedure will be activated and help arranged if necessary. Telecross calls are made by trained volunteers daily at an agreed time that suits the recipient of the call. Telecross provides peace of mind to clients and their families, and allows the elderly and housebound to maintain their independence for as long as possibles. Telecross also has the added benefit of providing a degree of companionship and contributes to a decrease in the sense of isolation many people experience.

Free

Telecross is a service that provides the elderly and housebound with a reassuring daily phone call to ensure that they are safe and well. If this call goes unanswered an agreed emergency procedure will be activated and help arranged if necessary. Telecross calls are made by trained volunteers daily at an agreed time that suits the recipient of the call. Telecross provides peace of mind to clients and their families, and allows the elderly and housebound to maintain their independence for as long as possibles. Telecross also has the added benefit of providing a degree of companionship and contributes to a decrease in the sense of isolation many people experience.

Social support
Subsidised

Life Without Barriers’ services support and provide greater opportunities for older people to remain living in their own homes, in their community for as long as possible. Our social support service can include friendly visiting by one of our home care support staff, assistance with correspondence, accompanied shopping, transport to appointments and visiting friends or family.

Subsidised

Life Without Barriers’ services support and provide greater opportunities for older people to remain living in their own homes, in their community for as long as possible. Our social support service can include friendly visiting by one of our home care support staff, assistance with correspondence, accompanied shopping, transport to appointments and visiting friends or family.

Social support
Subsidised

Stay connected with friendly visits and companionship, at home or on outings. Subsidised by government via a Home Care Package. • No joining fees • No lock-in contracts • No hidden fees • No exit fees

Subsidised

Stay connected with friendly visits and companionship, at home or on outings. Subsidised by government via a Home Care Package. • No joining fees • No lock-in contracts • No hidden fees • No exit fees

Home visits
Provided by Red Cross

We match volunteers and aged-care participants based on personality, interests, hobbies and background. Each volunteer visits their participant once a week or fortnight for a social visit.

We match volunteers and aged-care participants based on personality, interests, hobbies and background. Each volunteer visits their participant once a week or fortnight for a social visit.

Commercial services
Social support
Fee for service

Stay connected with friendly visits and companionship, at home or on outings. Available by private pay. • No joining fees • No lock-in contracts • No hidden fees • No exit fees

Fee for service

Stay connected with friendly visits and companionship, at home or on outings. Available by private pay. • No joining fees • No lock-in contracts • No hidden fees • No exit fees

Social support and companionship
Provided by HammondCare
Fee for service
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Our Social Clubs are a place where you can have a break from your home environment and enjoy a day relaxing and socialising with other people from your community. Our Social Clubs offer a variety of daytime activities that aim to brighten your day.

Fee for service
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Our Social Clubs are a place where you can have a break from your home environment and enjoy a day relaxing and socialising with other people from your community. Our Social Clubs offer a variety of daytime activities that aim to brighten your day.

Social Wellbeing
Provided by Clever Care Now
Fee for service

Keep up-to-date with medical appointments, connect with friends, stay social and enjoy every day activities with the peace of mind of having our nurse/driver or your carer with you. Our assisted transport service, available across Sydney, allows those who are wheelchair bound or have restricted mobility to enjoy freedom and independence. Our service assists people to attend medical appointments, social outings, family events including weddings, funerals and special requests. For those wishing to enjoy social group outings, refer to our subsidised Day Tripper bus, with a nurse on board who picks you up and drops you home after a great day out.

Fee for service

Keep up-to-date with medical appointments, connect with friends, stay social and enjoy every day activities with the peace of mind of having our nurse/driver or your carer with you. Our assisted transport service, available across Sydney, allows those who are wheelchair bound or have restricted mobility to enjoy freedom and independence. Our service assists people to attend medical appointments, social outings, family events including weddings, funerals and special requests. For those wishing to enjoy social group outings, refer to our subsidised Day Tripper bus, with a nurse on board who picks you up and drops you home after a great day out.

Pastoral care
Provided by Anglicare Sydney
Fee for service
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Pastoral care is having someone to talk to, pray with, read the Bible, or a kind ear to listen. Our pastoral care service is available to you no matter your religion or background and it’s free. We also have social groups and outings in a social setting. If you prefer staying home, our care workers can pop around for a cup of tea and a chat.

Fee for service
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Pastoral care is having someone to talk to, pray with, read the Bible, or a kind ear to listen. Our pastoral care service is available to you no matter your religion or background and it’s free. We also have social groups and outings in a social setting. If you prefer staying home, our care workers can pop around for a cup of tea and a chat.

Friendly social visits
Provided by Feros Care
Fee for service
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Socialising is essential to your health and wellbeing, that's why we offer friendly in-home visits, outings with volunteers and social outings to help you remain living happily at home. Our carers will spend time with you doing whatever you love! From baking to music, art, card games, or craft - it's your choice. We believe in growing bold and getting out there and living your life to your fullest!

Fee for service
Website form

Socialising is essential to your health and wellbeing, that's why we offer friendly in-home visits, outings with volunteers and social outings to help you remain living happily at home. Our carers will spend time with you doing whatever you love! From baking to music, art, card games, or craft - it's your choice. We believe in growing bold and getting out there and living your life to your fullest!