COMMUNITY SERVICES

LIBRARIES

Scarborough
173 Gildercliffe St
Scarborough WA 6019

Phone: 08 9205 7420

Karrinyup
Davenport St
Karrinyup WA 6018

Phone: 08 9205 7400

Word processing, internet and email facilities
Children's Book Week 2016
An informative and entertaining program of adult events
Children's activities, events and programs
An inter-library loan service
Adult Book Clubs
Your Tutor homework help
Meeting rooms for hire
Housebound books on wheels service
Online research databases
Comprehensive local history collection
Mount Flora local history museum
FREE Wifi at all Stirling libraries during opening hours

MEALS ON WHEELS

Our 'Meals on Wheels' service supports aged and disabled residents of Doubleview and the Stirling area. Our two course meals (main and dessert) are cooked daily in our purpose-built kitchen and delivered freshly chilled Monday-Friday every week, as well as providing weekend meals.

Contact: City of Stirling
Phone: 08 9205 7113

Email: mow@stirling.wa.gov.au

IN HOME SUPPORT

The City of Stirling provides several home care services for frail aged residents and people with disabilities. Services include cleaning, meal preparation, personal care and respite for carers.

Domestic Assistance

Domestic assistance service where trained support workers assist with basic household chores such as:

Cleaning floors
Vacuuming
Cleaning toilet / bathroom
Laundry
This is normally provided on a fortnightly basis and focuses on areas of the house that are used regularly.


Personal care

A personal care service that is individually tailored for people requiring support with everyday tasks. A trained support worker will help the client stay in his or her own home and maintain physical independence by assisting with tasks such as:

Bathing, showering, supervision during showering, cleaning teeth / dentures
Dressing and undressing
Mobility
Assisting with eating and drinking
Toileting
Prompting with medication.
In home podiatry

The City of Stirling operates a respite service for residents which provides an opportunity for carers to have a break or attend to their own needs. Trained support workers offer companionship and short-term assistance with a range of personal care and daily living tasks.

For more information contact the City of Stirling
Phone: 08 205 8571

Email: inhomeservices@stirling.wa.gov.au

WEST STIRLING NEIGHBOURHOOD HOUSE

West Stirling Neighbourhood House is a dynamic not for profit community centre, coordinating a variety of playgroups, events, workshops and support services in response to community needs. The House is a 'cool' place to be in summer and a 'warm' and inviting hub in winter the perfect place to hold your children's party or group meeting.

228 Hancock St
Doubleview WA 6018

Phone: 08 9446 2757
www.wsnh.org.au