About Bathurst Seymour Centre
We are a centre for older people with a disability and their carers who live in the Bathurst Regional Area. Our service enables people in the Bathurst Region to live independently and participate in community life
We do this by providing a range of services, designed to enhance the wellbeing and quality of life of older people, people with dementia and people with disabilities and to provide support for their carers.
All clients who are older people need to be registered with My Aged Care (MAC) and we can help with this if needed at no cost to you. All clients who are people with a disability need to be registered with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The exception to this is clients who are self-funded.
Bathurst Seymour Centre’s services use a broad range of stimulating activities to promote opportunities for social interaction and participation. We also provide respite for carers so that they can have a break from their caring role for a few hours.
Senior members of the community and people from all cultures are welcome. Who knows, you might bump into an old mate, make new friends or begin a life-long friendship.
There are many options and choices so that the independence of people is increased. It’s a safe, friendly and welcoming environment so that older people can learn new skills and are encouraged to keep healthy and active.