The City of Stirling’s adult day centres provide services to frail aged residents, those with physical and intellectual disabilities, as well as those from diverse linguistic backgrounds. Find out more about how to access this service.
Adult day centres in Nollamara and Stirling
The Nollamara and Stirling adult day centres provide a service to frail aged and disabled people, as well as people from diverse linguistic backgrounds who reside within the City of Stirling boundaries. This service is part funded by the Home and Community Care program (HACC) and is administered by local government.
Stimulating activities are provided for frail aged people from all backgrounds. This is achieved by participating in a range of educational, social and cultural activities and celebrations.
We also organise outings for the various groups such as a trip to Fremantle for fish and chips or a picnic and wildflower tour at Kings Park.
Culturally-specific days are regularly arranged including: Aboriginal, Italian, Greek, Macedonian, Croatian and Vietnamese.
Included in our service is transport to and from the Centres by trained carers and drivers. Find out more about our transport service.
A small fee is payable. Please refer to the HACC services fee list below.
Visitors can bring their own lunch or can purchase a 2-course midday meal at either centre.
Location, contact details and hours of service
Nollamara Day Centre
11 Lemana Court, Nollamara
Stirling Day Centre
34 Cedric Street, Stirling
Hours of service: Monday to Friday 9.30am – 2.30pm
For further information, please contact the Day Centre Administration Office on (08) 9207 3926.
Joe Camilleri Adult Day Centre
The Joe Camilleri Adult Day Centre provides a service for people aged 18-65 with intellectual disabilities that reside within the City of Stirling boundaries. This service is part funded by the Home and Community Care program (HACC) and is administered by local government.
The purpose of the program is to provide stimulating activities for people with intellectual disabilities, and respite for their carers. This is achieved through a program based on music, performance and mime.
We provide respite from Monday to Friday and arrange evening and weekend activities throughout the year, incorporating:
- Fitness for fun.
Included in our service is transport to and from the Centres by trained carers and drivers. Find out more about our transport service .
Location and contact information
Joe Camilleri Centre
11 Cornelian Street, Scarborough
For further information, please contact the Program Coordinator on (08) 9245 4504.