Seniors strategies and initiatives
Learn more about the City of Stirling's seniors strategies and initiatives that support and encourage long-term independence for senior members of our community.
The City of Stirling has over 43,000 residents over the age of 60 living in the community, so it’s important that we provide services and support to our residents as they age.
The City consulted with the community on important issues and included discussions on:
- Social participation
- Support and health services
- Respect and social inclusion
- Transport and much more.
This identified our priorities and objectives to help us become an age-friendly city, which can be found in our Age Friendly Strategy 2017 – 2022.
Age Friendly Strategy 2017 - 2022
Hard copies of the strategy are available at the City’s community centres, libraries and at the Administration Centre in Stirling.
For more information, please email email@example.com
A beach wheelchair is available to the public from the City's beach services team, who are located at the Scarboro Surf Life Saving Club.
For more information, please phone our beach services team on (08) 9205 7470.
Electric wheelchair and gopher charging points
The City of Stirling in partnership with RECHARGE Scheme Australia, has allocated recharge points for electric wheelchairs and gophers at the following locations:
- Dianella, Inglewood, Mirrabooka, Osborne and Scarborough libraries
- Nollamara Community Centre
- Herb Graham Recreation Centre, Mirrabooka
- Karrinyup shopping centre.
Portable pool hoist
The City's Stirling Leisure Centres - Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre in Inglewood has a portable pool hoist which enables access to the 25-metre indoor lap pool and the 50-metre outdoor pool.