services can we provide?
Neighbour Aid provides the following list of
Information, access and referrals to other
CHSP service providers
Reading and writing – for those who are
Walking accompanied by a volunteer
Social Group, Lunch Club, bus days out, movie days & community education sessions
Driving clients to do their shopping and go
to medical appointments.
Assistance to pay bills and do banking
accompanied by a volunteer
Gentle exercise classes are held every
Monday at a small fee with a registered accredited
fitness training instructor. Transport provided to and from
Club once a month with transport provided to and from
a small fee.
Druitt Neighbour Aid provides monthly social outings
for the enjoyment of the
clients and volunteers with transport to and from home.
aged 65 and over wishing to become clients of Mt
Druitt Neighbour Aid, are asked to book an
appointment with the centre Coordinator to determine which services might
be made available to them. Prospective clients
can self refer or be referred by members of
their family, friends, neighbours, their
treating doctor, other health professionals and My Aged Care.
Once assessed, new clients are linked to a
provides the service?
Neighbour-Aid services are managed by a centre
Coordinator who is responsible for the
assessment of prospective clients and the
on-going management of existing clients’ needs
and services accessed by them.
Additionally, the Coordinator is responsible for
the recruitment, training and support of
volunteers who are carefully matched to clients
according to their needs and interests.
The Mt Druitt Neighbour Aid services would not
be available if not for the valuable
contribution provided by Volunteers who
generously give their time to undergo training
and help out in their local community.