The aim of the Community Access and Development Program is to enhance community participation and capacity for all community members across generations, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The service area includes the communities of Murgon, Cherbourg, Goomeri, Wondai and surrounding areas.
Through facilitation of social support groups, Graham House will provide community members with structured group activities that promote social and personal development fostering a sense of belonging to the community.
Broad Band for Seniors
A Broadband for Seniors Kiosk endeavours to provide a friendly, non-threatening environment where seniors can learn from their peers how to use a computer and the Internet
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Community Gardening is a social activity involving shared decision making, problem solving and negotiation, increasing the skills among gardeners. The garden is a place where people come together with a common purpose and get to meet others.
The Community Garden is used to build a sense of community and belonging. The produce from our Community Garden forms the basis of the ingredients used in the Graham House Community Kitchen
The Community Kitchen is a program designed to increase confidence and skills in cooking and preparing delicious healthy meals. Basic information such as budgeting, creating shopping lists, food hygiene and food storage and preparation techniques are addressed.
Most importantly, Community Kitchen is a great social occasion for community members.
Book Club is a group of book enthusiasts that meet and discuss specific book club sets that are sourced through the Public Library Services.
This is a free service to the community and there is no cost involved in being a Book Club member.
SPINNERS AND WEAVERS
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