Fronditha Care’s Planned Activity Groups enable older people from a Greek speaking background to socialise and reconnect with others and participate in activities that promote health and wellbeing. It may also provide a break for family carers. Qualified and experienced staff work with participants to maximise their participation in the group and within the community in general.

The program offers a range of meaningful activities that support independence and active ageing while providing a fun and interactive environment. A regular meeting place where friends can enjoy a meal, reminisce over a cup of coffee, laugh and relax.

Activities are planned around individual interests and input into the development of activities is encouraged from participants. Highlights include the light exercise program and walking program, dancing and musical entertainment, reminiscing and celebrating days of cultural significance, gaining knowledge through information about other community and health related services, participating in literature, poetry and sharing stories, talents and skills, meeting new people and developing new friendships.

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For further information please contact the Planned Activity Group Co-ordinator Sofia Keretzidis on (03) 9552 4117 or 0414 339 085 |

Read PAG’s latest newsletter PAG NEWSLETTER (Greek) – August 2015 

Program Details

Fronditha Care is funded to deliver these programs in the Southern and Eastern Metropolitan Regions of Melbourne. The Planned Activity Groups operate between 9.00am – 3.00pm at the following locations and days.

Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Huntingdale for people residing in the Southern Region.

Tuesdays in Patterson Lakes for people residing in Frankston and surrounds.

Thursdays in Box Hill and Mondays and Fridays in Wantirna for people residing in the Eastern Region.
Participants are required to contribute a small fee for each session. Transportation to and from the group is negotiated with each individual.



This activity is jointly funded by the Australian and Victorian Governments