Time for you – your health, wealth and self
Learn a new skill, have your say about issues that affect you, get involved in your community, locate health information and find out how to access services.
Here are some links to websites you might find useful now or down the track.
Council of the Ageing
A national advocacy organisation that lobbies for action on issues affecting older Australians and runs programs and events for members.
Call 02 6154 9740
Department of Health
A comprehensive website that educates about wellness and disease prevention activities, as well as information about Australia's health services.
This website allows you to search and apply for volunteering opportunities with not-for-profit community organisations around Australia.
A national, Government-owned organisation that provides online and over-the-phone healthcare advice via a Symptom Checker.
Call 1800 022 222
A national network for men that encourages members to learn new skills and contribute to their community.
Call 0457 888 387
My Aged Care
An Australian Government website and contact centre that provides detailed information about aged care services and residential facilities.
Call 1800 200 422
The consumer lobby for older Australians as well a valuable source of research and information.
Call 1300 765 050
An independent, member organisation that aims to promote health and wellbeing through nutrition and physical activity.
Senior Living Online
This search engine provides information on retirement living options throughout Australia. Search results are based on renting, buying or new developments in retirement villages and communities.
Trusted information and resources to improve your mental wellbeing at work and in retirement.
University of the Third Age
An international learning community that embodies the principles of life-long education, run by and for people who want to keep active in retirement.