As we race towards the end of 2019 it’s nice to stop and reflect on what we have achieved this year. Preparing for our Annual General Meeting on 27 November has given me the opportunity to do just that.
Are you aged over 50, unemployed or underemployed and interested in working in the aged care and disability sector? Do you live in the Brimbank or Melton areas of Melbourne? We want to hear from you for an exciting new employment project – Reach, Train, Employ – led by COTA Victoria.
A group of 11 people from across the state were named COTA Victoria Senior Achievers at the prestigious Victorian Senior of the Year Awards at Government House on 22 October. The awards honour older Victorians who make a difference by helping, supporting and encouraging others in their communities.
Confused about the range of aged care services available and how to access what’s best for you? We can provide one-to-one information and support over the phone or face-to-face through the Aged Care Navigators program.
All correspondence may also be collected and stored, particularly in regard to registrations, including Email. Any information collected by COTA Victoria is collected via correspondence from you or your organisation. This may be via the telephone, Email, mail, fax or directly through our website.AcceptRejectRead More