SHARE Community News & Events
Keep your Distance but stay Connected
Dear SHARE community, 
We trust you and your family are well and well catered during this period of uncertainty. Our thoughts are with you.

We are experiencing unprecedented shock on so many levels, it is heart breaking to see individuals livelihood taken aware with a blink of an eye, businesses closing and the virus on the rise. But please do not lose HOPE and It is time for us to SHARE kindness, support and act for the well-being of each other. It is also time for FAMILY, be creative and stay connected. 

"When this end, AND IT WILL,
every game will sell out,
every restaurant will have 2-hour wait,
every kid will be glad to be back at school, 
everyone will love their job, 
the stock market will skyrocket, 
and we will all embrace and shake hands. 
That's gonna be a pretty good day!
Hang in there, Australia. 
Hang in the, World" 

In the meantime, SHARE wants to help in these tense and challenging times by helping in ways we can. In the next few weeks we will look at some modified programs at home and will be rolled out to you soon. COVID-19 maybe keeping us indoors but it's not keeping us down. The sessions are designed to support you at home, it is anxious times for all through hour regular program of calls, to simply check-in on our participants/mates, we will continue to be there for you  as much as we can. Give our team a call, let us know how we can assist you. 

We have hope and prayers will help.

We wish you good health and thank you for being part of SHARE where we care for you 
Social Distancing
Social distancing is very important to stop the spread of Coronavirus. Please follow the instructions from Department of Health and self isolate to protect yourself, your family and the community at large.

We are in this together and we will come out the other side altogether very soon! 
What was on?
SHARE @ Greek Women Health Expo 
SHARE team had a lovely day with the Greek community on Wednesday 4th March at Rowers on Cooks River. This event was hosted by BreastScreen NSW to celebrate and supporting the health and wellbeing of Greek women in our communities. The BreastScreen Mobile Van was available and provided free screening mammograms for women 50-74 years. 

SHARE team would like to acknowledge BreastScreen NSW team to this wonderful event and gave us the opportunity to learn more about Breast cancer and to reach out to Greek community in Sydney. 

For more information about BreastScreen service, please call 9113 1029 or visit their website here 
Senior Week Festival Event with Georges River Council -
Multicultural International Womens Day

In partnership with Georges River Council SHARE held an event on 11 March 2020 to celebrate Senior’s Week Festival and also International Women’s Day.

Our participants had a great day with lots of fun activities including: gentle exercise demonstration with SHARE fitness instructor Maria Sciacca, talks and tips on Breast Cancer with Women Health Nurse Jeanette Ball, lovely Nepalese dance performance and healthy morning tea. Two lucky participants also received SHARE gift voucher of $100.

SHARE wants to thank all wonderful guests and participants that joined us in this amazing event and we truly hope that everybody enjoyed it as much as we did.

We will see each other very soon!

Click here for more photos
Apply for the $200 Seniors Energy Rebate
Service NSW has a new rebate for independent retirees who hold a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card to help with electricity costs. 

Check your eligibility and apply online from this link 
Lifeline 13 11 14
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. If you need help and advice on Mental Health and Wellbeing during the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Contact Lifeline:

Phone: 13 11 14 (24 hours/7 days)
Text: 0477 13 11 14 (6pm – midnight AEDT, 7 nights)
Chat online: (7pm - midnight, 7 nights)
The RSPCA Home Ever After Program
When our pets pass away, we grieve and learn to adjust. But what if our pets lose us?

Planning ahead for your pet is essential and will ensure your furry friend will continue to receive the level of care you’ve always shown them. The RSPCA Home Ever After Program is an avenue to pursue if you don’t have anyone to rely on to adopt your pet if they ever lost you.

This program registers your pet with RSPCA NSW and gives us your blessing to find care for them if the unthinkable happens
To find out more, visit RSPCA website or call Maria Natera on 0466 720 351
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