Halcyon Social Support Centre

Dementia program

About Us

Halcyon Positive Ageing Activity Centre is available to Monash residents who are frail, experience memory loss and other associated challenges related to dementia. While members are enjoying themselves at the centre their carers can enjoy some time to themselves knowing their loved ones are being cared for.

What We Offer

The program is held in a safe, welcoming and home-like environment in the beautiful, green surroundings of the Glen Waverley Golf Course.

Qualified and experienced staff and volunteers support a range of social activities.

Some of our regular activities include exercise to music, sensory activities, reminiscing, gardening, trivia and quizzes, cultural celebrations, arts and crafts, outings and visits by entertainers.

How to Apply – My Aged Care

For information and how to access this Social Support Group call 1800 200 422 to arrange an aged care assessment.

Council staff assess individual needs and suitability to participate in the Halcyon Positive Ageing Activity Centre's program.


There is a daily fee for this program which covers morning tea and a two-course lunch.  Members are encouraged to organise their own transport where possible, however transport may be available if requested. 

Other services available

Monash Council offers a range of social support programs including the Positive Ageing Lifestyle Program, Positive Ageing Activity Centres, Monash Seniors on the Move and community shopping.

Our free carer support workshops can help you to balance your caring role and explore the impact of caring on your emotional, physical health and well being, while gaining useful information and tips.

Contact Details

For further information regarding the program please call Halcyon on:

Phone: (03) 9561 8282 (Mon to Fri, 9am to 3pm)

National Relay Service: 1800 555 660 (hearing or speech impediments)





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Last updated: 23 June 2019