We invite you to join Community Care Lincoln and Districts at our Open Day, celebrating 40 years of service in your community.
Join us at our Open Day – Sunday 24th March 2019, 1pm to 4pm
At 16 Lyttelton Street, Lincoln (behind Lincoln Library and Service Centre)

Our services focus on helping people live in their own homes for as long as possible, and on promoting health and well-being in the community.
Lincoln’s Community Care programme is a role model for the successful management of community services by local people, for local people.
All are welcome for an afternoon of information, family fun, and celebration!

Displays and attractions at the open day:

  • Lincoln and Districts Community Care Services
  • Health and Well-being for the Elderly (Staying social and active)
  • Canterbury District Health Board
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Pegasus Health
  • Nurse Maude
  • How to become a volunteer
  • Drop In Centre – Open Day visitor help
  • Welcome to Lincoln info
  • Internationals Support services
  • Lincoln Fire Brigade
  • Safe Driving
  • Proactive Drive Driving Simulator
  • Mentoring Services
  • Open day for the building and offices

For up-to-date information about how we support the people in our community, visit www.lincolncomcare.co.nz

At 2pm we will make a special  presentation, including words  from Selwyn MP Amy Adams,  and Selwyn District Council  Deputy Mayor Malcolm Lyall. We will  conclude with a cake-cutting by Dr Gerald  Irwin, who was instrumental in the creation of Community Care Lincoln and Districts. Dr Irwin was Chair of the Board in 1978– 1979, Medical Centre Representative from 1980 to 1982, and board member from 1982 to 2000. Dr Irwin returned in 2004, and was awarded life membership in 2005.

Community Care Lincoln and Districts is very grateful for the time and energy that Dr Gerald Irwin has devoted to the well being of his community. Local community service providers, including Nurse Maude, Pegasus Health and the Canterbury District Health Board will present informative displays, aiming to make people aware of the many and varied services available.

Rotary Lincoln will have a display promoting their services, and sharing their involvement and generous support throughout the inception and history of Community Care Lincoln and Districts.

On Open Day, our building will be open to the public, so that you can see the hub from which your community services are operated. Please join us on Sunday 24th March to find out about what we have done within the community, learn more of the services we offer, and to help us celebrate our 40 years of service in the Lincoln area.