We provide Driving & Companionship Services

Driving * Shopping * Appointments
    Helpful * Friendly * Compassionate

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Who we are

  • - Outings for Seniors are kind, friendly & compassionate people willing to assist elderly seniors living in our community
  • - We are caring and sensitive and supportive to your needs

What we do

  • - Outings for Seniors is a door-to-door
  • Driving & Companionship service
  • - We will drive and accompany Seniors to appointments such as medical, dental, podiatry or the hairdressor
  • - We will accompany you while you do your shopping
  • - We can also go for walks with you
  • - We will give you assistance with paying your bills
  • - Outings for Seniors will also drive you for a scenic drive to a destination of your choice

Who we work with

  • - Outings for Seniors will come and visit you in your own home
  • - Or visit you if you are living in Assisted Care or Nursing Home

  • We couldn't do this without you and your team as Mum is getting less capable each few months. It is such a relief knowing we have back-up like you!
    Jennifer
  • Thank you for getting her out and about. She does get soooo bored in the home.
    Sally
  • Thanks Susan, we all appreciate your assistance and care with Mum.
    Mark
  • 'Susan has been a tower of strength to help me take my 97 year old mother to the Sydney Eye Hospital, Dentist and the Sydney Adventist Hospital. We have also spent many hours in the NSW Art Gallery, an outing to the ballet, the Royal Easter Show and the Opera House'.
    Barbara from Pennant Hills
  • Thanks! - I am getting the impression that your outings are the highlight of her week! She really looks forward to them so much. I am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo pleased that we found you and your program! You are a godsend!
    Meredith from Maryland (USA)
November 5, 2018

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