Cook ‘n’ Eat Club enables people to cook again

TADWA and Community Home Care (CHC) are holding a Cook ‘n’ Eat Club designed for older people who are interested in cooking or those who are affected by functional changes such as, impaired upper limb function, stroke, arthritis, Parkinson’s Disease or reduced balance and mobility.

The Club provides people with skills and strategies in cooking that can be transferred to their home environment. Each session is held by an Occupational Therapist who utilises various aids, equipment, and technology that enables participants to cook independently.

The one day a week course (running for seven weeks) is held on Fridays from 11.30am to 3.30pm at the Living Well Social Centre, 7 Vernon Street, Collie.

If you would like to join the Cook ‘n’ Eat Club, talk to TADWA on 1300 663 243.

Participants enjoyed cooking, learning, and socialising at the first Cook ‘n’ Eat Club session in Collie.
Participants enjoyed cooking, learning, and socialising at the first Cook ‘n’ Eat Club session in Collie.
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