Creating an age-friendly community
We aim to create an age-friendly city where older people can work, live and play in Banyule and feel as a valued member of the community. Banyule provides a range of activities and services to assist people to live independently and be active members of the community. We also partner with a number of community agencies, including neighbourhood houses, health centres, seniors' clubs and other community organisations to encourage participation and provide opportunities for older people to be active and social within the community.
Banyule has established the Age-friendly Advisory Committee with membership drawn from the local community and encourage residents to be Age-friendly City Champions to participate in activities that support Banyule in becoming more age-friendly.
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Information on Council run and other home services support older people and their carers.
See what the Banyule Age-friendly Champions do and information on how to join
Information on activities for frail, aged and people with a disability.
View information about services for people with disability
Access to information for frail, aged and people with a disability
Dementia describes a collection of symptoms that are caused by disorders affecting the brain.
Banyule Council continues its pledge to enhance the quality of life for people as they age by becoming a signatory to the Age-friendly Victoria Declaration.
Are you a Car Driver aged 60+ years and would like to participate in a FREE ‘Wiser Driver’ Course - it runs over a four week period on a Wednesday from 10am to 12pm, at our Rosanna Customer Service Centre in Turnham Avenue. Please ring us on 9490 4222 to reserve your place.