The theme for this year is Young At Heart. With this in mind bring your thinking caps for the activities workshop, where you will be given the chance to engage in stimulating conversations, explore new ideas and network with other Selwyn Centre coordinators and volunteers.
We are excited to have Matthew Hodgson running a mini Forever Young strength and balance exercise class, and Sarah Park from the Auckland Anglican Diocese will present a Boundaries workshop about keeping people safe. There will also be an update on health and safety guidelines.
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|8.30am||Registration, tea & coffee in the Selwyn Village Theatre|
Welcome: (MC) Heather Whineray, Community Programmes Manager, The Selwyn Foundation
Health & Safety: Selwyn Centres
Yvonne Bruce, Organisation Development Manager, The Selwyn Foundation
Forever Young mini workout for strength and balance
Matthew Hodgson, Physiotherapist, The Selwyn Foundation
Heather Corlett-Kristensen, Selwyn Centre Coordinator Royal Oak
Six key guidelines to better Health & Safety
Heather Whineray, Community Programmes Manager, The Selwyn Foundation
Practical safe handling of guests
Mary Lehmann, Physiotherapist, The Selwyn Foundation
Boundaries: Keeping people safe
Reverend Sarah Park, Diocesan Ministry Educator, Auckland Anglican Diocese
Engagement in Life: Activities for the young at heart
Chris Wilkins, Volunteer Program Manager, The Selwyn Foundation
Mallika Krishnamurthy, Selwyn Centre Community Liaison, The Selwyn Foundation
There is limited parking available within Selwyn Village, and is allocated on a first come basis. We encourage carpooling with other Selwyn Centre coordinators and volunteers in the area. If there are no car-parks available within Selwyn Village, there is plenty of street parking just outside the village.
43 Target St, Point Chevalier, Auckland.