Active Living

Physical activity is important for everyone’s physical and mental wellbeing. It can reduce your risk of chronic health conditions; such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and cancer, as well as help to reduce social isolation and strengthen social connections. Each year Central Highlands Rural Health participates in Premier’s Active April  by encouraging the community […]

Cook, the Chef and Us

The Cook, the Chef and Us is a Hepburn Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) supported program and funded by the Australian Drug Foundation (ADF). Coordinated by Central Highlands Rural Health, the program is delivered to Daylesford College students. The program aims to prevent the risk of early school leaving by engaging students in alternative education […]

Physical Services

Central Highlands Rural Health provides a broad range of services and health promotion activities to the Hepburn Shire. Physical well-being consists of the ability to perform physical activities and carry out social roles that are not hindered by physical limitations and experiences of bodily pain, and biological health indicators. Looking after your physical health is […]

Allied Health

Allied health and therapy services funded through Australian Government Department of Health Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) Allied health and therapy services focus on restoring, improving, or maintaining older people’s independent functioning and wellbeing. This is done through providing a range of clinical interventions, expertise, care and treatment, education including techniques for self-management, technologies including […]