Special General Meeting
The Committee of the Darling Range Seniors Hub has called a Special General Meeting for 5pm on Thursday 15th October 2020. and located at the Hub premises Unit 19/11 Barber Street, Kalamunda.
The purpose of the meeting is to adopt proposed amendments to the Hub rules by special resolution.
A copy of the proposed amendments is available by clicking here.
A Special General Meeting requires 15% of the membership to attend and form a quorum.
Postal Address: Darling Range Hub, PO Box 220, Kalamunda, WA 6926
Are you willing and able to help out members of your community who may need assistance over the coming weeks?
The Hub is seeking volunteers to help seniors and those who are socially isolated in our local community. There are many elderly and seniors who live alone and don't have a family to help them during this difficult time.
All assistance will adhere to social distancing and hand hygiene to protect everyone involved. Please fill out this short survey to register to help and we will put you in direct contact with residents in your area who request help.
Connect with Your Community
The Darling Range Seniors' Hub is a new initiative being introduced across the City of Kalamunda following on the success of other such community 'Hubs' in Australia and the USA. This exciting new concept is driven by our desire to support our valued senior citizens in continuing to live independently in their own homes and neighbourhoods for as long as possible, as well as possible, and as inexpensively as possible. It provides members with access to trusted and vetted business referrals, volunteer support, social and neighbour connection, and community engagement opportunities. For more details see About Us
Studies reveal that 3 out of 4 adults aged 50+ years want to remain in their homes, streets and communities as they age. The 'Seniors Hub' movement is a grassroots response to this overwhelming desire of most people to age in place and continue living independently for as long as possible and engage socially within the local community.
The first Australian Seniors' Hub was established in 2013 as The Waverton Hub, in North Sydney. It defines itself as “an organisation run by members for members. It enables us to age well in our own homes for as long as possible; as meaningfully as possible; and as inexpensively as possible". The second is in Victoria Park, Western Australia – Connect Victoria Park. Short videos on both are worth watching-…..
See our About page for more information.
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Come and join the "hub" and discover your community.
“ We would like to acknowledge the practical support and inspiration we have received from the first two Seniors Hubs in Australia, namely the Waverton Hub (NSW) and Connect Victoria Park (WA)”