National Seniors Association head office web site.
Starts at 60
The online community for active over 60s.
Alzheimer's Australia mission is to reduce the impact of dementia on the community. This site offers great information on the subject.
National Seniors Productive Aging Centre does research with seniors to investigate their interests and concerns.
Department of Communities - Seniors
The department funds a number of initiatives to promote the wellbeing, participation and safety of seniors.
Bay Regional Council
The council web site has much valuable information on it (although you may need to explore the menus) including their Community Guide and Aged Care and Senior Events under Community and Health and Whats On under Leisure and Culture.
This is the Federal Government portal to a multitude of resources for Senior Citizens. It is well worth exploring.
Office of Fair
This site has details about the latest scams to avoid and also a lot of helpful resources for people planning a major purchase. It is well worth taking some time to explore.
This is Australia's largest caravanning directory. If you are going away camping or with a van check here first.
The mission of the Brain Foundation is to reduce the incidence and impact of diseases, disorders and injuries of the brain, spine and nervous system through the provision of support, community education and research
Depression is a problem which can strike at any age and which is often unrecognized in older people. This site has excellent information about recognizing understanding and treating this illness.
This is a new online resource providing access to libraries and online resources across Australia
British Library Online Gallery
This actually enables you to examine and turn the pages of some amazing texts from the collection of the British Library
If you can't get there in person this is the next best thing
Dementia Carer's Support Group & Education Sessions held at the Pine Rivers Community Health Centre, 568 Gympie Rd, Strathpine on the first Tuesday of every month at 10am. Contact Donna Palmer on 3269-1915.
See the Google search engines and functions.