The Live Well Project is a Corangamite Shire led project funded by an Age-Friendly Communities grant of $100,000 from the Victorian State Government. The project will run from May 2017-March 2019.
- The Live Well Project Goal: To shine a light on social connection through life-long learning, physical activity, the arts and volunteering so that individuals live well and communities become more age-friendly.
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Jon Sedgley, Aged & Disability Services Coordinator Corangamite Shire (Chair)
Garry Moorfield, Community Development Officer, Corangamite Shire
Lucy Vesey - Recreation Development Officer, Corangamite Shire
Emily Mercer - Co-ordinator Camperdown Community House
Melissa Mitchell, Director of Primary Healthcare, Terang Mortlake Health Service
Debra Smith – Co-ordinator Simpson Community House
Jason Kelly - Alzheimer’s Australia Vic
Karen Cameron, Active Healthy Ageing Advisor, Department of Health and Human Services Victoria
Val Lang – Community member
Gary Kimber – Community member
Clare Vaughan - Age Friendly Communities Project Officer, Corangamite Shire