More helpful information for Active Seniors

We’ve put together some special links that have information and assistance which might be stepping stones to getting Active Outdoors. We look forward to seeing you out there!


 

COTA Victoria: For Older Australians

COTA logo

 

View their Calendar of Events

You can also download some of their helpful articles to assist older Australians to keep active from here:

City of Melbourne Out & About Newsletter

city of melbourneOut and About is a newsletter for people aged 60 and over, and is distributed twice-yearly in June and December. It provides information on events and activities in the City of Melbourne that promote healthy ageing.

Life Activities Clubs

Life activity Clubs header-logo“Life’s Better Together” 

Promoting personal and community links. Friendship and connection is vital to everyone.

Upcoming activites: Golf, Swimming & walking posted with LIFE

Choose Health Be Active Booklet
Other Links to help you get active and connected

logo_profJoe_v21-300x87Professor Joseph E Ibrahim raises great issues such as quality of life for seniors and risk taking. He’s in your corner: Have a look at his website, Prof Joe: your friendly professor raising the tough issues.

10 Tips to help you get active on the Better  Health Channel

Queensland Health has an initiative ‘Stay on Your Feet’ which provides a checklist for +65’s to prevent falls.

 

U3A Network Vic University of the Third Age

U3A logoU3As are voluntary Senior Groups who share educational, recreational and social programmes, represented by U3A Network Victoria.