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OrganisationCOA Sydney Incorporated
SectorWelfare / Senior Citizens
Address25 Rowe Street, Woollahra, 2025
Telephone02 9389 0035
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"COA KRYGIER CENTRE: 25 Rowe Street Woollahra NSW 2025
T: 02 9389 0035
E: [email protected]
W: www.coasydney.org
President: The Hon Frank Marks LLM
CEO: Julia Golding OAM
Honorary Rabbi: Rabbi Chaim Ingram
AIM: To provide connection to the community through a wide range of activity programs, services and volunteer opportunities, enabling the aged to remain active and independent in their own home for as long as practicable.
Services: Home delivered fresh and nutritional Kosher meals;
Outreach – regular phone connect for geographically isolated and home-bound Jewish seniors; shopping assistance; activity programs 6 days weekly at Krygier Centre including transport; assessment, care plan, coordination and follow up of the individual requirements, and advocacy by team of Social Workers.
Hannah Meyer project: Shabbat and Jewish festival celebrations for Jewish residents in non-denominational Aged Care Facilities; Dinner Club – bimonthly for Younger Seniors"

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To enable frail aged to maintain their independence and to remain in their own homes as long as practicable. To provide educational volunteer cultural and wellbeing programs for the newly retired. Home delivered kosher meals: for the aged younger people with disabilities and those who have difficulty preparing meals in all areas of Sydney. Outreach services: home & hospital visiting shopping services and regular telephone calls to isolated clients. Social Work Services: providing information referral and advocacy in all aspects of aged care including support with transition to residential care. Jewish Cluster in Nursing Homes: Shabbat candle lighting festival celebrations for Jewish residents in non-denominational nursing homes with personal support to residents and their families. COA Krygier Centre: Six days weekly social and cultural activities lectures live entertainment dancing exercises French Yiddish and computer classes Tai Chai bridge outings knitting group and more. Lunch and transport provided. Members and friends are welcome to "drop in". Volunteering: Volunteer involvement in many aspects of COA work both clerical and practical.