While we’re self-isolating and social distancing, it is important to care for ourselves, do what we love doing, and keep in touch with family, friends and others in our neighbourhood.
Link Housing’s Community Programs team is hosting Virtually Linked, a free online hub where residents can access various programs such as gentle exercise workshops, art classes, cooking tutorials and Bingo!
1. Keep talking – We have been calling community housing tenants during our Stay Connected campaign to check on their wellbeing
Our tenants are welcome to call us at anytime to talk to your Housing Manager or one of our friendly staff members 😊Call 9412 5111
Keep in contact with your family, friends and neighbours
If you are elderly and live alone you can call services like Telecross or scroll to the bottom of this page for other numbers to call.
2. Keep you brain active – We all have more time on our hands and it’s important to keep our brain active
Do the crossword in your local paper or pick up puzzle book from a bookstore for $2 or less (bookstores are open as essential business). Puzzle apps/games are also available if you’re online
Our residents can join an online Mindfulness/Yoga class. Wednesday – 11:00am to 12:30pm – Starting 19 May at Hornsby Kuring-gai Community College. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 9482 1189. You need access to digital device and Wi-Fi and mention Link Housing when booking.
4. Enjoy arts and culture – It’s good for the soul