Mountain District Learning Centre aims to further the wellbeing of all persons in the Knox area. The Social Friendship Group provides a social environment to participants and organises outings, lunches, speakers and a different activity each week. The group meets each Wednesday between 1pm – 3pm. MDLC also offers a range of groups and activity to join and participate in.
Provides activities and leisure opportunities, holiday services, employment opportunities, meeting specific needs and aspiration for people with disabilities.
Knox City Council provides a service for eligible residents aged over 65, their carers and people with a disability aged under 65 years, to participate in socially, mentally and physically stimulating activities in a friendly environment. Activities include craft, games, discussion, outings, guest speakers, games, cooking and gentle physical exercises.
Love talking about Marvel’s cinematic universe, want to debate Harry Potter fan theories, or chatting all things Star Wars, Pokemon, Dr Who and anything else you might be passionate about? Then this group is for you. A youth program based around discussion of popular books, movies and TV series. Come hang out and meet people with similar interests. Open to 16 to 21-year-olds.
A range of exercises, relaxation, therapy, arts, discussion groups, cooking, woodwork, outdoor activities. Accessing the service requires a referral from a relative, friend or health/welfare organization.
Support group for both stroke survivors and their carers.
Vision Australia is the leading national provider of blindness and low vision services supporting people to live the life they choose. They provide many community groups that you can join. Community Groups are a great way to meet other people who are blind or have low vision, share ideas and information, and gain support from members of your community. Check out the website for a full list of groups in Melbourne.
A Scooter and Wheelchair Travel Pass will allow someone who is dependent on a scooter or wheelchair to travel for free on Melbourne metropolitan trains/trams/buses, V/Line services, Regional town buses, and other regional services that have a contract or service agreement with Public Transport Victoria.
Yooralla provides community-based supports for people with a disability, where every individual is encouraged to pursue their goals by accessing skills-based learning, recreation and social activities