Positive ageing resources

Aged Services survey 

The Commonwealth Government has introduced major changes to aged and disability services over the past two years across Australia. The changes include new ways to provide consumers with increased choice in service providers and the services they receive.

The feedback received has helped Council to identify three major priorities to help you live and age well in the community:

  • Accessible community transport, particularly for residents in the rural hinterland
  • Addressing social isolation and loneliness
  • Support navigating the Commonwealth government's "My Aged Care" service system in the short term to assist residents to access services they need

By completing the brief survey below, you will help us better understand your needs in relation to these priorities. Your feedback will help Council to better plan aged services for the Nillumbik community.

Survey closes 30 November.

Complete the survey online here


Ageing Well in Nillumbik newsletter

The Ageing Well in Nillumbik newsletter is distributed on a quarterly basis to keep older residents up to date with Council, community news, events and information to help older people live well, and age even better.  

You can download the latest edition from the Ageing well in Nillumbik newsletter page


Positive Ageing Reference Group

The Positive Ageing Reference Group aims to actively promote and support positive ageing across the wider Nillumbik community. The purpose of the group is to provide a mechanism for Council to consult with community representatives in seeking advice and guidance around issues and barriers affecting people aged 55 and over. The group meets every four weeks on Friday afternoons.  

If you think that you could play a role in supporting Nillumbik's older adults to live and age well we would love to hear from you.

Apply to be part of the Positive Ageing Reference Group


Positive Ageing Information Guide

This guide has five sections listing information and contact details for various groups, organisations, and government bodies.

Positive Ageing Information Guide(PDF, 610KB)

Positive Ageing Information Guide (accessible) (DOCX, 76KB)


Personal Records Organiser

The Positive Ageing Reference Group developed this tool to help you think about and keep track of your important information and documents. While it may take a little while to complete, spending time now can help you identify areas you have not considered and potentially reduce any issues your family or friends may have in the future.

Personal Records Checklist(PDF, 61KB)

Personal Records Checklist (accessible)(DOCX, 30KB)