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Diabetes Management Information Session

Greek School- St George Greek Orthodox Community 25 Besant Street, South Brisbane., Brisbane, Qld, Australia

Diabetes management information session with Emmanuel Pippos (Pharmacist) and Denita Kingsley (GOC Care Registered Nurse and Clinical Care Coordinator)


Aged Care Employee Day

Aged Care Employee Day is an official day to thank, honour, recognise and celebrate the hundreds of thousands of people who work in the age services industry across Australia. The day is designed to celebrate each and every team member involved in the journey of caring for people who receive age services - from the nurses and care workers, to the cooks and hospitality teams, to the drivers, cleaners and laundry employees, to the volunteers, to the leisure and lifestyle officers and administration teams. Aged Care Employee Day aims to put these people in the spotlight, celebrate them, and provide an opportunity to thank them for the work they do and their care for our loved ones.

QLD Seniors Week August 17-25

Queensland Seniors Week provides opportunities to promote positive community attitudes towards older people and ageing, facilitate community participation, and enhance community connections, aligning with the Queensland Government’s and Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland’s vision of building Age-friendly communities in Queensland. During 17-25 August 2019, Seniors Week will connect communities, providing opportunities for people to share and learn new experiences, discover services and support, and assist in reducing social isolation. Seniors Week aims to: improve community attitudes toward older people and ageing facilitate community participation including those from Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds enhance community connection and intergenerational relationships. COTA coordinates Queensland Seniors Week on behalf of the Queensland Government and receives funding to collaboratively plan, run and subsidise Seniors Week events and activities. Both COTA Queensland and the State Government value the contribution older people have made – whether as volunteers or in the workforce, community leaders or carers, grandparents or advocates. Funded by the Queensland Government, the program provides $100,000 to subsidise events and activities held during Queensland Seniors Week. This program supports the building of an age-friendly Queensland.

Gold Coast Dementia Carer Information Session

St Anna Greek Orthodox Church Community Hall 31A Crombie Ave, Bundall, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

    Dementia Carer Information Session with Dr Nicole Walker.


GOC Care Spring Morning Tea – Brisbane

The Greek Club 29 Edmonstone Street, South Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Thank you to our clients, their family and carers. You are invited to our Brisbane spring morning tea. See the invitation for further information.


GOC Care Spring Morning Tea – Gold Coast

St. Anna's Greek Community Hall 31A Crombie Avenue, Bundall, Australia

Thank you to our clients, their family and carers. You are invited to our Gold Coast spring morning tea. See the invitation for further information.


2019 Care Expo

The 2019 Care Expo will bring together a diverse range of community services, businesses and organisations providing products and services from the support, health and care industries, all under the one roof! After the success of the inaugural event in 2018, the Care Expo will once again provide an opportunity to discover and connect with providers from aged care, disability and in-home support through to education, mobility, mental health, social, recreational services and more. The 2019 Care Expo will also feature a range of inspirational and educational speakers.

Mediterranean Expo 2019

The Greek Club 29 Edmonstone Street, South Brisbane, QLD, Australia

IMPROVING THE LIVES OF ALL AUSTRALIANS THROUGH A HEALTHY MEDITERRANEAN DIET & LIFESTYLE. Two Greek Girls Cooking proudly present The Mediterranean Diet Expo 2019! A day for all Australians to understand the unique advantages of the traditional Mediterranean food and lifestyle for health and wellbeing. Learn how to COOK – EAT – LIVE for chronic disease reduction and a long life by following the easy and delicious Mediterranean diet, and a lifestyle which embraces family and community. Dietitians Desi Carlos and Lisa Peterson of Two Greek Girls Cooking showcase a fantastic day at Brisbane’s Greek Club, where you can taste, learn and explore the scientifically proven Mediterranean diet and learn all about our Mediterranean culture and approach to life. Our passion is to help all Australians cook, eat and live simply and healthily with a wonderful Mediterranean diet rich in flavour and nutrients. Note: tickets will be available from

2019 Brisbane Disability Expo

The Brisbane Disability Expo is set to be the biggest and most anticipated all ages, all abilities disability specific Expo on the 2019 Brisbane Calendar. The National Disability Insurance Scheme is now available across all of the Brisbane region, which means thousands of residents are gaining greater control over their lives. Brisbane residents, their families and carers are on the lookout for the most suitable services and products meet their individual needs. The Expo will give service and product providers, OT's, sole traders, & sector works valuable face to face time with each other and the people who require their products, services, technologies, support or all of the above. The Expo will offer a crucial opportunity: for people with a disability to find out about the latest products, services, technology, aids and equipment for product and service providers to connect with people with a disability, their families & carers for providers to connect with OT's, sector workers and build networks with these organisations in the region to bring together everyone in the Brisbane Disability sector, with the aim to enhance the lives of people with a disability The Expo will involve: FREE ENTRY for all attendees and a FREE Show Bag 150+ exhibitors covering disability service, products, occupational therapy, leisure and children services, government agencies, advocacy/consumer rights, charities and specialist care or support Guest speaker presentations from experts in the disability sector Heaps of all age entertainment Workshops and demo spaces Live all-ability performances

Paniyiri 2020

Musgrave Park Edmonstone Street, South Brisbane, QLD, Australia

AUSTRALIA’S BIGGEST GREEK FESTIVAL In 2019 Brisbane’s famous Paniyiri Greek Festival marked 43 years – a landmark cultural and celebratory milestone. Over four decades Paniyiri has grown to become Queensland’s signature celebration of all things Greek and the state’s largest cultural festival as well as the country’s longest running Greek festival – an admirable success story for the celebration that started in 1976 when a group of passionate Greek Australians wanted to share their cultural traditions with Brisbane.