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Harmony Day celebration in City of Melville

Chorus Multicultural Activity Centre hosted a Harmony Week event with the City of Melville. Performances included Chinese Opera and Scottish dance with guests also getting the chance to try different cuisine from around the world. 29 March 2019

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Chorus and Albany Senior Citizens Centre join forces

Chorus and the Albany Senior Citizens Centre are pleased to be coming together as one in 2019. Chorus has taken over the lease of the Centre and staff and volunteers at the Centre are now part of the Chorus team. Albany Senior Citizens Centre Taryn Bristow will continue as Coordinator of the Centre. 7 February 2019

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Be Connected digital training for seniors

Learn how to use an iPad or iPhone in the comfort of your home. If you are receiving Chorus Home Care services, these one-one sessions can help you gain confidence and skills in the digital world. 11 October 2018

Its okay to not be okay

In Mandurah, the Chorus UCook program is helping people on their mental health recovery journey by teaching things like music, art and cooking. "It's okay to not be okay,” says Rebecca from the program.  16 August 2018

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Changes to Aged Care Services

On 1 July 2018 the funding and management of the WA Home and Community Care (HACC) Program changed significantly. Click here to find out more. 9 July 2018

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Chorus Volunteer Mario Wins at WA Volunteer Awards 2018

Congratulations to Chorus finalist Mario for winning the Multicultural Volunteer Award at the Volunteer WA Awards 2018. 25 May 2018

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Sensory garden has joy at its heart

There’s sure to be a chorus of approval when visitors to this year’s Perth Garden Festival stumble across the carefully constructed dementia garden known as Kaleidoscope. 13 April 2018

Aged Care Disability Gardening Mental Health Volunteers

Autumn Gardening

Tracking Noongar seasons can be very useful in anticipating weather changes and their effects on our gardens. We are fast approaching Djeran, the Noongar season beginning around April, signalling the start of cooler weather with a little rain. Noongar people used this time to prepare for winter, and we can do the same with our gardens! 23 March 2018


Hawaiian Ride for Youth

Chorus CEO, Dan (back centre in white helmet), and his team are participating in this year’s Hawaiian Ride for Youth fundraising event, which takes off from Albany and Geraldton tomorrow! visit to make a donation. 20 March 2018