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HammondCare Ironbark Social Club

7 Judd Avenue
Hammondville NSW 2170

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A Social Club that supports older people, including people living with dementia

Ironbark Social Club provides an inclusive environment where people living with dementia can take a refreshing break from their home environment, connect with their local community and spend a day socialising.

The Social Club also allows family members and friends to take a break and enjoy some time out from their caring roles.

What can you expect from Ironbark Social Club?

For those attending the club, there are plenty of activities to enjoy, including outings and social events, in a safe and supportive environment. Our activities are tailored to suit each individual. These include, but are not limited to, gardening, helping in the kitchen, reading, painting, reminiscing or just relaxing. Nutritious and tasty home cooked meals are also served throughout the day.

How can I access this service?

The service is available to people living with dementia in the Campbelltown, Liverpool, Fairfield and Bankstown local government areas. If you are a primary carer enquiring about costs, eligibility or availability, you can directly contact the Social Club Manager

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    0458 014 826

  • Ironbark Social Club

    7 Judd Avenue Hammondville NSW 2170

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What is a social club?

HammondCare's social clubs provide a social environment where older people, or people living with dementia can take a regular break from their home environment and spend a day socialising with other people from their local community. Our trained and experienced social club team allows carers to take time to look after themselves.

Clients benefit by engaging in enjoyable activities in a caring and friendly environment. Meeting new people and experiencing activities outside of the home can be refreshing and uplifting. Activities can include - but are not limited to - socialising with peers, meeting new people, going on bus outings, gardening, exercise sessions, board games, reading, crafts and helping in the kitchen.

Clients arrive from 09:30am, and the day is tailored depending on the interests of the group. This can look like sharing morning tea and having a catch-up. Exercise sessions and social activities are on offer and meals are included. Home-cooked and nutritious meals are prepared fresh on the day and cooked on site, with the help of our clients if they wish to participate.

Social Clubs provide weekly visits for clients, respite for clients and carers, information regarding other services and how to access them, as well as pastoral care servic