Seniors food and nutrition program to begin


Are you keen to get out, make some new friends and try some new activities after months at home? Jubilee Community Care is relaunching its free Stay Connected Project.

Now with COVID-Safe plans in place, Jubilee is running the Cooking for One or Two program which proved very popular in the first Stay Connected round.

Presented by Food Solutions, dieticians will provide lessons in basic cooking, nutrition and healthy ageing in a positive social environment. There will be nutritious cooking demonstrations and you will share the meal at the end of each session.

The free program will run for six weeks starting Wednesday, October 21 and finishing November 25. It will be held at Graceville Presbyterian Church, 12 Bank Rd, Graceville.

This program will form part of a pilot study funded by the Department of Health. The University of Queensland’s Institute for Social Science Research will gather data, evaluate and publish the findings.

For more information or to register now for Stay Connected please phone Jubilee Community Care on 3871 3220 or email




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