Lawn bowls is a fun and sociable way to improve your balance, endurance, coordination and cognition.
A no Lycra gym for the mature members of our community. Facilities include exercise bikes, parallel bars, dumbbells, electric bed.
Supervision provided for clients to work through programms independently.
Disabled access. Transport to and from can be arranged(RAS assessment needed).
Fun social environment.
Exercise and education based short term programs held in Albany, Mt Barker and Denmark to help people stay independent and safe in their homes. The exercises are aimed at improving strength, balance and agility for people at all levels of abilities. Through the program you have access to physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietitian, pharmacist, nursing, speech pathology, and social work.
Education workshops on falls prevention from OT perspective and functional exercise program.
Discussion on benefits of Home Assessments to identify and remove hazards around the home.
Visit the Line Dancing WA website to view a database of line dancing classes run in WA.
Various exercise programs available for all ages.
Tennis Club for all ages. Offers social and pennant games
Lawn bowls for all ages.
Social and pennants. New members are always welcome
Occupational therapists provide free information and advice to help people choose and access the most appropriate assistive equipment and home modifications, to support the prevention of falls and improved wellbeing.
In addition, through ILC’s Private Options, our health professionals can provide expert assessment, prescription, training and support to use assistive equipment that will enable people to more safely manage daily tasks. We also offer a consultation service about home modification designs.
The ILC provides information and support for a wide range of assistive equipment including:
– home modifications such as grab rails, ramps and bathroom modifications;
– mobility devices, such as walking sticks, walkers, wheelchairs and scooters;
– bathing, showering, toileting and dressing aids;
– telecare technology such as emergency call systems; and
– cushions, seating, beds and mattresses.
Stay On Your Feet® is a falls prevention program for older adults. We can provide you with free booklets and brochures, provide free volunteer led presentations to your local community group and help with information and referrals over the phone.