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Community Options Australia is a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to resource community care, bringing together organisations and practitioners across the diversity of the community care sector. As a peak organisation, Community Options Australia represents members collectively to government, industry and other stakeholders. We are also a budget holder and contact point for a range of funded programs.

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Become part of our growing network across Australia. Connect to access funding opportunities and connections to a range of other community care service providers.

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Upcoming Events

NSW Regional Forums: Register Now

We know how much you love the regional forums, and we have been listening to your feedback on how to improve them. In this latest round we aim to incorporate more local content and time for information sharing and discussion.

The next round of Regional Forums will be held in the Central Coast/Hunter, Southern NSW, Mid North Coast or Nepean/Blue Mountains. Please click on the attached link to register your interest in attending:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RegionalForumRegistration

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The new survey about how it is to get older has been launched and sent you more than 8000 households across the country. ow.ly/Axhv302yFJx ...

The new survey about how it is to get older has been launched and sent you more than 8000 households across the country. http://ow.ly/Axhv302yFJx

Did yo know that there is a rapidly growing wealth divide between generations, with median wealth increasing by 61% among people aged 65 and over, compared to just 3.2% among people aged 25 to 34, since 2001? ow.ly/EsnA302yFwb ...

Did yo know that  there is a rapidly growing wealth divide between generations, with median wealth increasing by 61% among people aged 65 and over, compared to just 3.2% among people aged 25 to 34, since 2001? http://ow.ly/EsnA302yFwb

Did you know that over the next 50 years, the number of people aged 65 and older is expected to more than double to 92 million and those 85 and older will likely triple to 18 million? ow.ly/ifjC302yFe8 ...

Did you know that over the next 50 years, the number of people aged 65 and older is expected to more than double to 92 million and those 85 and older will likely triple to 18 million? http://ow.ly/ifjC302yFe8

Reminder: Register Now to NSW Regional Forums!

We know how much you love the regional forums, and we have been listening to your feedback on how to improve them. In this latest round we aim to incorporate more local content and time for information sharing and discussion.
The next round of Regional Forums will be held in the Central Coast/Hunter, Southern NSW, Mid North Coast or Nepean/Blue Mountains. Please click on the attached link to register your interest in attending:

ow.ly/Sv09301XRwQ
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Reminder: Register Now to NSW Regional Forums!

We know how much you love the regional forums, and we have been listening to your feedback on how to improve them. In this latest round we aim to incorporate more local content and time for information sharing and discussion.
The next round of Regional Forums will be held in the Central Coast/Hunter, Southern NSW, Mid North Coast or Nepean/Blue Mountains. Please click on the attached link to register your interest in attending:

http://ow.ly/Sv09301XRwQ

Impactful senior exercise program that will keep you active!
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Impactful senior exercise program that will keep you active!
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