Astley Care’s Day Club will put some fun back into your life. Our Astley House Day Club helps frail aged people and younger people with disabilities to maintain a quality lifestyle, through a range of social interactions and activities.

Day Club

You can join us if you live in your own home (not in residential care) within the City of Gosnells region and are either frail aged or have a long term disability. We have a diverse group of people joining in the fun and companionship and welcome people with dementia, disabilities, from Aboriginal and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTI community and other special needs groups.

We organise a wide range of activities to promote wellness, social interaction and provide some vital stimulation. This includes exercises, board games, quizzes, craft, guest speakers & concerts. Community outings are also regular events, including trips to the movies and restaurants. Our Day Club members take an active role in planning the program and choosing the daily activities.

The Day Club operates from 10am until 2.30 pm Monday to Saturday, with morning tea and lunch provided, and we can pick you up (wheelchairs too if required) and take you home again. Our Frail and Aged groups meet Monday to Saturday, and we also have a Men’s Group on Monday, Dementia-specific activities on Tuesday and fun for Younger People with Disabilities on Wednesdays. We also have a Coffee Club on Thursdays for people who prefer a half day outing.

Personal care is always available and our highly trained and caring staff and volunteers go above and beyond to make our Day Club a fun and rewarding place to be.

You can check our Community Calendar to see what’s on each day, and of course, if you would like to know more, please call our Day Club Coordinator on 9490 3002

Funded by the State and Commonwealth Governments through the HACC Program

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