The Inclusee community is a place where people can make new connections and revisit old ones, learn new skills, and find enjoyment in activities, interests, and events.
Inclusee are leaders in connection, positively enhancing the lives of older Australians who are vulnerable to loneliness and isolation. Their goal is to increase inclusiveness and connection by creating a community where everyone feels valued, comfortable and can belong.
Who is Inclusee for?
Inclusee’s specialised programs are designed for participants and volunteers to connect, learn, and enjoy. Their simple technology and easy to join programs allow users to completely connect to the community, whether it’s connecting with individuals, groups, or family and friends. These programs are open to seniors in specific aged care planning regions in Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria, as their programs are funded by various government grants including the Commonwealth Home Support Program and the Federal Community Visitors Scheme.
Learn new skills, gain knowledge and confidence using technology with their supportive learning programs. Find enjoyment in discovering new interests, revisiting favourite activities, and coming together for special events. With a diverse range of specialised programs and activities delivered through their easy-to-use digital technology, Inclusee are a thriving community offering something for everyone.
Is there a cost to use Inclusee?
Inclusee is completely free for participants; however, some eligibility conditions apply.
How to access Inclusee?
You can access Inclusee by visiting www.inclusee.org.au or calling on 1800 287 687.