Connecting #Together Sunbury

We are all feeling the impact of isolation in different ways. During this time, it’s more important than ever to connect with one another. Older relatives, friends and neighbours are often the most isolated.

Sunbury Community Health is part of a network that can help seniors in the local community. We want to connect you with local services to keep your mental health on track.

Connecting online 

We can also help you learn to see and talk to family members and friends via “Zoom” video technology.

Our partner U3A Sunbury is offering a free digital literacy course, “Social Seniors”, using a smartphone, iPad or tablet device (of your own or on loan).

The sessions are free and you participate from your own home, guided by trained digital literacy mentors. This program will also help you address any concerns about online privacy, safety and security.

If you could use some practical help, emotional or social support, Connecting #TogetherSunbury is here for you.

View the Connecting #TogetherSunbury flyer here

Can you help?

We are also looking for people (of all ages) who are already comfortable with Zoom and social media, to volunteer their time mentor over the phone, for six 2-hour weekly sessions. If this sounds like you, please contact Sharon on 9744 9269.

So, if you could use some practical help, emotional or social support, Connecting #TogetherSunbury is here for you. For more information, contact us Monday to Friday, 8.30 am – 5 pm on 9744 9269.