We, at 3Bridges, aim to promote the health and wellbeing of our seniors in the community. The 3Bridges Team help you to stay connected and independent in the way that suits you best. This is achieved by fostering y our choice and sense of control over your own life. We aim to achieve this by providing the following services:
We help elder people transition into this next phase of life through helping them live at home more confidently and safely with a sense of belonging and value. We have a number of events aimed at creative activities, visiting places, shopping or gentle exercise.
We also offer dementia programs, home modifications and carer support services.
Get Healthy NSW – your guide to getting healthy. Head to the “Get Healthy NSW” website to start your journey towards a better you.
Make Healthy Normal – a hub of information and resources for physical activity and healthy eating.
How can I live in my home for as long as possible?
How can I share my stories with young people?
How do I maintain an active life?
How do I feel connected and valued with a sense of belonging?
All meals are nutritionally balanced with low salt and sugar options available. Meals also address the many cultural backgrounds and preferences of the St George Community, with many different styles of cuisine being included in the menu. Click to view the full menu.
Thank you for all the care and love you show to my mother. The activities and outings, which keep her busy and active are helping her immensely with her well being.
"Everyday you don’t know what's going to happen if you are in a caring 24/7 role. Sometimes things get out of hand. It’s important to keep yourself healthy in all ways and the support from 3Bridges Carer Support is very helpful."
I can manage my role as a carer better. I know I can get help from the team whenever I need it.
I learned to believe that I am important and I do matter. I learned to value myself.
I couldn't have had this break without the help provided. I feel recharged and not so weighed down.
In my role as a carer I feel I'm better off in every way. I feel more confident, able to speak about my problems and make changes, focusing on what I need to make life easier.
They helped with the transition from my father’s palliative care at Calvary to home which was for a short time but made things a lot easier.
My coping skills have improved. Friendships made, kindness and listening was really helpful.