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AMCS is organising a FREE Valentine’s Day Event!

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The team members of the Senior Wisdom and Mobile Information Hub (SWAMIH) Project at AMCS are inviting seniors of all backgrounds to celebrate Valentine’s Day together! We encourage you to extend this invitation to seniors in your communities to attend our event in order to socialise, meet new people, and talk about all the things […]


Connecting generations through the SWAMIH Project

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The Senior Wisdom And the Mobile Information Hub (SWAMIH) is a project that aims to reduce social isolation in seniors living in ethnic communities. With the years of experience that they have, we hope that the wisdom of seniors can be shared with younger generations and help to create closer bonds in the community. There […]


Howzat! Moving For Life project supporting community cricket for seniors

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The Moving For Life project will be supporting Club 60 Tarneit, a group of multicultural seniors from the Indian community in Tarneit. They are a skilled group of cricket players- having won a tournament trophy this year- and are eager to get their training on for some upcoming games! The Moving For Life project will […]


AMCS at the 26th Anatolian Alevi Festival

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Last Sunday, AMCS attended the 26th Anatolian Alevi Festival in Coburg Lake Reserve. It was a great opportunity to speak to seniors in the Turkish community and members of the Alevi Community Council of Australia, experience Turkish culture, food and the Turkish kahve (coffee). It was also an occasion to talk with the committee members […]


Join us at the Melbourne Seniors and Disability Expo!

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For tomorrow and Saturday, AMCS will be holding a stall at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre prepared with important information about home care services, exciting upcoming projects available to seniors and also a PRIZE DRAW! Visit our stall at the expo, ask your questions to our friendly staff or just come along to win a prize! […]


Multicultural Tree Project

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Last week, AMCS had a meeting with the Westvale Community Centre’s Men’s Shed and the coordinators of the Westvale Community Centre to discuss our new initiative, the SWAMIH project. This project aims to reduce isolation for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) seniors and also engage the community by having seniors share their wisdom. The first […]


Current Job Vacancies – Work with us!

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AMCS are looking for passionate individuals to join our team! Please click the links below to view the position descriptions.  Current job vacancies include: Case Manager/Care Advisor Executive Assistant Personal Care Worker AMCS is a community organisation that has been supporting seniors for over 35 years. At AMCS we embrace cultural diversity, and aim to […]


AMCS at the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety

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On Thursday 10th October, Elizabeth Drozd, CEO of AMCS represented the organisation at the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. This hearing aimed to learn more about diversity in aged care and the options available for seniors who may also belong in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities. We are very proud of […]


Free Multicultural Leadership Course

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  AMCS is inviting ethnic community leaders and all interested individuals to participate in a free Multicultural Leadership Course. The course will be conducted by Elizabeth Drozd, AMCS’ CEO and former Victorian Multicultural Commissioner. The course is prepared specifically for migrant community leaders and representatives, but anyone is welcome. Start Date: Tuesday 1st October, 2019 […]


Moving For Life Project is in the News!

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  We are proud to announce that AMCS Project Coordinator Linzee Gordon has been featured in Seniors News to share all the fantastic work that has been done in the Moving For Life – The Way I Like It project! To read the interview and more about what the project has achieved so far see […]