COTA SA is renowned for its engaging and informative Peer Education Programs, where older people teach and learn from one another. Our Peer Educators present to community groups and clubs about a range of ageing issues to suit your interests.
On this page you'll find information on topics we have offered in the past.
COTA SA's Peer Education Program provides a trained volunteer Peer Educator to facilitate free, interactive information sessions to seniors groups and organisations within a community group or club setting.
Information sessions are offered on a variety of health and wellbeing topics relevant to people aged 50 years and over, their carers and families. Some recent topics include:
- Managing medications
- Getting the most out of public transport
- Taking care of your mental and physical health
- Remaining independent in your home for longer
- Driver safety and alternatives to driving.
Sessions are free for seniors clubs and groups of any size. Volunteer Peer Educators present the sessions at your venue, at a time that suits you and your group.
To book a session visit our Out and About page to find out more about topics currently on offer then contact us:
Phone 08 8232 0422
Partner with Us
For more information about our Peer Education program, if you would like to discuss how we can work together to promote health and wellbeing messages to the older South Australian community, or to discuss a tailored program for your organisation please contact us.