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Anzac Day at Little Corner Community Cafe

Anzac Day at Little Corner Community Cafe

Guest Speaker, Mr Len Carter On Wednesday 27th April we had our Anzac cafe we had the pleasure of Mr Carter as a guest speaker. Mr Len Carter is the President of the 7th Light Horse Regiment Menangle Historical Troop. He came and shared stories of the Anzacs and in... read more

Upcoming Events

Gourmet BBQ and Mothers Day Celebration

Gourmet BBQ and Mothers Day Celebration

2 Events Happening this Week Tuesday 10th May at 12pm – to celebrate National Volunteer Week, we are holding a Gourmet BBQ for our volunteers, guests and visitors. Please come along to celebrate the efforts of all our volunteers. Wednesday 11th May at 12pm... read more

About Our Services and Valued Clients

Why Access Meals on Wheels?

Camden Meals on Wheels enables frail older people and younger people with disabilities and their carers to remain in their own homes and enjoy a level of independence and style of living to suit their individual needs.

While aged care or other support may be needed later, Meals on Wheels provides a way for people to stay in the comfort of a familiar home environment for as long as possible.

Who is Eligible for Meals on Wheels?

The Commonwealth Home Support Programme will recognise people with cultural or other special needs with appropriate services which reflect the diversity of the population.

The Commonwealth Home Support Programme recognises special needs groups, which align with those identified under the Aged Care Act 1997. Please contact our office for a confidential discussion on eligibility (02) 4655 6822.

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Volunteering for Camden Meals is a great cause. I know that we’re making a big difference in people’s lives through the friendships and support that we provide.

Robert McCaughlan

Volunteer

When it became too difficult to shop and prepare meals for myself, reluctantly, I had to rely solely on my very busy daughter until I decided to try Meals on Wheels.

Having a nutritious dinner delivered to my home is wonderful; roast beef and vegetables is my favourite! While food is important it is the attention of the staff and volunteers, and the companionship of my special meal-mates, that I most appreciate.

It is kind, caring people that make Meals on Wheels even more enjoyable. My sincere thanks to you all.

Elizabeth Freeland

Client

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