The Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network aims to improve access to primary health care for residents of aged care facilities (RACFs) and those in the community receiving age care services.
The Vitality Passport is a lifestyle program aimed to reduce or halt the progression of frailty and falls for people aged 65+ (55+ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people).
Program participants have access to the following programme components:
· 3 x individual face to face physical exercise assessment and training consultations
· 3 x individual face to face nutritional assessment and advice consultations
· 3 x individual cognitive training sessions
· 8 x group sessions or webinar sessions
Back on Track physiotherapy deliver this program to the following towns:
This program requires a referral from your GP or treating allied health provider.
Back on Track Physiotherapy
Monday – Friday: 8.00am to 6.00pm
233 Honour Avenue, COROWA NSW 2646
Phone: 02 6033 0933
Murrumbidgee Aged Care Consortium
The Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network Aged Care Consortium provides a forum for key stakeholders from health, social and community sectors to improve coordination and equitable access to timely and appropriate care for the older person and their carers.
The Murrumbidgee Aged Care Consortium is working towards achieving a number of objectives:
Support system reform through development of strategies which focus on improving coordination and address service gaps in aged care
Development of strategies to assist clients, carers and providers to navigate the aged care system
Support professional development opportunities for those working in aged care, encouraging inter professional and cross sector approaches
Identify opportunities for joint initiatives and work together on joint funding opportunities when available
Ensure the Murrumbidgee Aged Care Consortium and any initiatives of the Consortium are evaluated
Ensure the Murrumbidgee Aged Care Consortium positive outcomes are disseminated particularly throughout the Murrumbidgee region
Advance Care Planning
MPHN, through the Aged Care Consortium and Palliative Care program, supports the promotion and development of advance care planning. This occurs through education and information sessions for community members and training for health care providers. For more information and resources, see Advance Care Planning and End of Life Care.
Looking for information on aged care services?
My Aged Care is the one-stop-shop for aged care services and information in Australia. Myagedcare provides information on:
The different types of aged care services
Eligibility for services and help to find local services
Assessments and referrals to the providers of the service
Costs of aged care services including fees estimators.
Visit the myagedcare website for further information
Senior Manager Commissioning and Procurement
02 6923 3130