Are you 75 and over and living in your own home or independent living in the Hawkesbury? 

Or 65 and over if you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person?

Would you like to:

- make some new friends?
- get out of the house more?
- take up a new hobby or revisit an old one?

There are lots of ways you can make new connections but sometimes it's hard to know where to start. A great first step is to make an appointment to see a Health Connector in one of the following practices in the Hawkesbury

* Hawkesbury Family Practice, 86 Lennox Street, Richmond 4578 9399
* McGraths Hill Medical Centre, 92 Pitt Town Road, McGraths Hill 4577 5367
* MyHealth - Kable Street, 2 Kable Street, Windsor 4577 5622
* MyHealth - North Richmond, Lvl 1, N.Richmond Village, 6-16 Riverview St, North Richmond 9161 8086

Health Connectors are trained nurses who will talk with you one-on-one to see what may suit you and give you information about local services like clases, social or support groups, volunteer programs and transport options to get there.

Health Connectors have dedicated time to help you make connections to improve your health and wellbeing in the community. 
There is no charge for this service. 

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