To attend Care & Share you need to be over 65 years of age and live in the South and Eastern suburbs of Adelaide.
Care & Share endorses the principles of Social Justice, inclusion and equity for groups who have been marginalized in Australian Society which includes:
- People with a mental or intellectual disability including people with dementia
- People who are frail and aged
- People with a physical disability
- People from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.
- People who are socially isolated and or disadvantaged
- People who are financially disadvantaged
- People who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
- People who are veterans of the Australian Defence Force or an allied defence force including the spouse, widow or widower of a veteran
- People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex
- People who are homeless, or at risk of being homeless
- People who are Care Leavers (which includes Forgotten Australians, Former Child Migrants and Stolen Generations)
- Parents separated from children by forced adoption or removal
Our principles of inclusive practice are incorporated in our programming, physical environment, transport arrangements, community education opportunities, and access to facilities suitable for people with disabilities.
We offer a range of activities
The benefits of keeping active
Our community discuss the respectful community
The Care & Share program strives to improve the health and well being of people over the age of 65 who live in the South/East Metropolitan area.