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Amity Health – Albany

Amity Health provide a range of health care services to country people, including Occupational Therapy (generalist and mental health practitioners), Speech Pathology, Dietetics and Diabetes Education.

Everyone can access the services and a referral is not always needed from your GP or other Health Practitioners.

No matter what age, stage, background or ethnicity, we are here to help you through your health-related challenges and concerns.

Contact Amity Health for further information about available services.

Albany & Regional Volunteer Service

The Albany & Regional Volunteer Service (ARVS) will assist people in the community willing and able to help not-for-profit groups to carry out the valuable services they provide.

To find out about local volunteering opportunities, please get in contact with the Volunteer Service.

Albany Over 50’s Association

The Albany Over 50’s Association encourages individuals aged 50 years and over to stay active in their community by joining a club or activity, or by volunteering. The Association also offer a variety of inexpensive or free activities.

Locals, newcomers or visitors to Albany are welcome to join. For more information about regular and upcoming activities, contact Jennifer Sinclair on 0434 191 747.

Albany Men’s Shed

Albany MenShed provides an opportunity for men to contribute to each other and to their communities through learning, sharing skills, making friends and participating in MenShed projects.

Many men may not have the resources or skills to set up their own shed. Albany Menshed can provide an opportunity to use a variety of equipment, learn new skills and expand your network of friends.

The shed is open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 8am to 1pm.

Golf

Golf is a fun way to improve your balance, strength, power, flexibility and coordination.

Stay On Your Feet® is provided by Injury Matters and funded by the Western Australian Department of Health.

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