What is the Treehouse?
The Treehouse is a program that supports people who are living at home with dementia.
It is a meeting place for people to socialise and take part in activities that promote independence and wellbeing, while providing carers with some time out.
The Treehouse can help keep your family grounded in trying times. It offers a different approach to care, with client driven programs that nourish and engage the whole person. The support makes it easier for people to maintain their roots at home and in the community.
There is valuable knowledge and experience at the core of the Treehouse. Research has proven the positive impact of social support and meaningful activities. Programs are delivered in Kyneton and Trentham by experienced staff with expertise in dementia, along with partner providers and trained volunteers.
Who is eligible?
The Treehouse is tailored to people who have:
What is the aim?
The program promotes independence and engagement by maintaining social and community connections in a positive, safe environment whilst supporting people to live well and to remain part of their local community.
What happens at the Treehouse?
Each day consists of client driven activities and a light meal. Activities vary depending on individual and group interest. We have access to a wide range of resources and are always willing to try new things.
How is the the Treehouse different?
It goes beyond a traditional medical approach to provide supportive care in a social setting. Its purpose is to promote living well and social connection, where people can feel free to participate in the different social activities or just sit and have a chat.
The Treehouse at Kyneton
The Treehouse in Kyneton runs every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 1pm in a dedicated space located at Kyneton Health. For more information, or to register your interest, please contact Janelle Judge on (03) 5422 9987 or via email: email@example.com
The Treehouse at Trentham
The Treehouse in Trentham runs on a Tuesday between 10am – 1pm. For more information, or to register your interest, please contact Victoria Hanson on (03) 5345 9156.