Our community program currently has three aspects:

Community Care TASMANIA has built a reputation for providing outstanding and innovative local home care. 

Not only do we deliver quality home care services and packages but we are also dedicated to promoting well-being and social connection through our unique community programs.  

We believe that ageing is about more than simply worrying about getting old. It is also about making new friends, having new experiences and having some fun.  

Our community program currently has three aspects:

  • Creative Connections

    This weekly art and craft program is managed by a local artist and held at the QVMAG studio at Inveresk. Participants come together to help plan the program, to share a meal, as well as meet new friends and develop new skills.

    Creative Connections is a fantastic opportunity for participants to get really creative as well as getting great feedback on the work that they produce.

    This program is supported by City of Launceston

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  • Community Connections

    In response to the growing numbers of ageing Bhutanese/Nepalese living in Launceston we have established this innovative program to address their social and cultural isolation.

    Community Connections is an extensive program of social support, health and community education as well as excursions for the local Bhutanese community. We have also produced information leaflets on available services in Bhutanese.

    It is supported by funding from the Tasmanian Community Fund and the Tasmanian Association for Hospice & Palliative Care.

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  • Community Visitors Scheme

    This highly valued service sees our volunteer team regularly visit people living in aged care residences.

    Clients really enjoy these visits and having someone to relate to promotes wellbeing and sociability. The volunteers themselves develop close friendships with those that they visit and also gain a lot from their contributions. 

    Find out more
  • Events

Creative Connections

This weekly art and craft program is managed by a local artist and held at the QVMAG studio at Inveresk. Participants come together to help plan the program, to share a meal, as well as meet new friends and develop new skills.

Creative Connections is a fantastic opportunity for participants to get really creative as well as getting great feedback on the work that they produce.

This program is supported by City of Launceston

Find out more

Community Connections

In response to the growing numbers of ageing Bhutanese/Nepalese living in Launceston we have established this innovative program to address their social and cultural isolation.

Community Connections is an extensive program of social support, health and community education as well as excursions for the local Bhutanese community. We have also produced information leaflets on available services in Bhutanese.

It is supported by funding from the Tasmanian Community Fund and the Tasmanian Association for Hospice & Palliative Care.

Find out more

Community Visitors Scheme

This highly valued service sees our volunteer team regularly visit people living in aged care residences.

Clients really enjoy these visits and having someone to relate to promotes wellbeing and sociability. The volunteers themselves develop close friendships with those that they visit and also gain a lot from their contributions. 

Find out more

Events

Find out more