South Eastern Community Care is excited to announce we are finalists in the 2020 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards – Excellence in Aged Care. We would like to thank the sponsors of the Excellence in Aged Care Awards, Prime Super, and of course, we send a huge thank you to our amazing staff and volunteers who have made this achievement of being a finalist possible! The winners of the Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards will be announced in November.
The SEC Care Team are excited to be able to share our Strategic Plan for 2020 to 2023. The plan has been developed by our Board and Senior Staff with input from staff, volunteers and others in the community. Our Strategic Plan is supported by various actions and working documents which will help us achieve our goals over the next three years.
SEC Care named Finalist in 2019 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards
We are super proud to announce that SEC Care is a Finalist in the 2019 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards in the category, Prime Super Employer Excellence in Aged Care! Congratulations and good luck to the other finalists - the winner will be announced at a presentation dinner on Friday, 22 November 2019 - stay tuned!
The SEC Care Community Expo is back for 2019! Paying homage to the elders in our community, the Community Expo brings together a wide range of stalls and attractions from organisations around Southern Tasmania. Featuring a free sausage sizzle, Devonshire Tea, live music and free health checks, there's something for everyone!
WHEN: Saturday, 19 October 2019 - 11:00am-2:00pm
WHERE: 12 Somerville Street, Sorell - (access via Gordon Street, opposite Banjos)
We are excited to announce that SEC Care has commenced the building of four architecturally designed Independent Living Units (ILUs) at 12 Somerville Street in the heart of Sorell.
There are currently two ILUs left for people over 65 available for purchase - for more information, visit one of the following links:
Somerville Street ILU Development -
If you wish to submit an Expression of Interest for one of our available ILUs, please download this form.
To make an enquiry about this exciting housing opportunity, please phone our friendly reception staff on (03) 6269 1200 and ask for Simon.
'Turning of first sod' event with Premier Will Hodgman
On Thursday, 27 June 2019, SEC Care had a visit from the Premier of Tasmania, Will Hodgman, for our official 'turning of the first sod' event to commemorate the start of our Independent Living Units project. Local member, Jane Howlett – Liberal Member for Prosser, the Sorell Council Mayor, Kerry Vincent, and Southern Midlands Council Mayor, Alex Green were also in attendance. Thank you to everyone who came along to celebrate this milestone. We are thrilled to begin construction on this Development and appreciate the support from our local politicians and the community.
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SEC Care Sweethearts raise $2,288 for Relay for Life 2019
A group of South Eastern Community Care staff and their families recently took part in the Cancer Council’s Relay for Life 2019.
Over the weekend of the 23rd and 24th of March, the Athletics Centre on the Hobart Domain became a tent-city, with many people dressing up and enjoying the social occasion, while also remember the serious and important goal – raising funds and awareness for cancer support and research.
We are pleased to have participated in Relay for Life for three years now, as we know cancer has touched the lives of many of our staff, volunteers, clients and their families.
Since 2017, we have proudly raised over $6,050.
Celebrating 25 years of Prosser House in Orford
On Tuesday, 20 November 2018, SEC Care hosted a 3-course luncheon to celebrate 25 years of the Prosser House Day Centre.
Over 100 people attended the event at the Orford Hall to celebrate and reminisce on 25 years of community spirit and togetherness in Orford.
The 3-course meal was prepared and served by SEC Care staff and volunteers, compliments of the Organisation.
For the third year running, South Eastern Community Care (SEC Care) proudly hosted their family-friendly Community Expo, bringing together over 25 organisations from the health and community sectors to pay homage to Tasmanian seniors.
Picture: Patrons enjoying Devonshire Tea and live entertainment from Peter Campbell.
SEC Care CEO Helen Pollard said the Organisation was proud to offer their free community event during COTA’s Seniors Week.
“Despite a little rain while we were setting up, it was a wonderful day to hold a Community Expo, with many organisations coming together to share their knowledge and skills with the community,” Helen Pollard said.
Picture: The Expo in full swing!
“A great day was had by all who attended, with over 250 sausages and 30kgs of flour used for the free sausage sizzle and Devonshire Tea."