COVID-19 update

Burger Centre is here to support you through this period of unprecedented times. Burger Centre staff are now offering virtual support through phone calls and use of other streaming and video platforms where possible. 

We will continue to update our website with information on activities you can do at home, links to webinars and other information relating to COVID-19 and will upload our latest newsletter.

COVID-19 – National Helpline 1800 020 080 - for general advice
For advice if you have symptoms please call Health Direct on 1800 022 222
For translation/interpreting services call 131 450
Online visit www.health.gov.au

Burger Centre offers a diverse range of activities for older people to continue to feel connected with the community with a strong sense of purpose and fulfilment.

Programs include social support to stimulate, motivate and encourage social interaction with a focus on enablement, wellness and independence. 

Positive ageing is a key focus. We hold physical activities including Hydro-cise, Strength and Balance, Tai Chi and Mindful Meditation.

We are situated in Randwick, and have a fleet of buses to support access to our centre. Burger Centre is a joint partnership between Montefiore Home and Jewish Care and is supported by JCA and Commonwealth Home Support Funding.

Contact us on 02 8345 9147.

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