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Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Community Transport is a not-for-profit Community Care programme providing transport for

  • Frail and aged people
  • People of all ages with disabilities

Join people around the world in raising awareness about dementia.

Dementia affects a lot of Australians. In fact, nearly half a million Australians are living with dementia, with almost 1.6 million people involved in their care. Dementia Action Week runs during World Alzheimer’s Month with September 2021 marking the 10th year of this global awareness-raising campaign. 

7 tips to support people living with dementia

A Life Changing Life – Careers in Aged and Disability Care Webinar  | Thursday 30 September 2021 10am – 12pm

Are you ready for a life changing life? The aged and disability care and support sector is now hiring, With rewarding jobs and opportunities to learn and grow across a variety of roles, you will change lives – as well as your own. Join our panel at the free webinar to hear about employment and education opportunities in the sector.

Cathy Richardson Team Leader Ageing and Disability, TAFE NSW

Joseph Assad People & Cultural Manager, Afea Care Services

Judith Murray Aboriginal Stakeholder Engagement Project Officer, Uniting

Raiza Lu Service Engagement Leader, Unisson

Tina Barry Recruitment Officer, Home Instead

To book:

This webinar is brought to you by TAFE NSW, National Disability Coordinator Officer Program and Hornsby Shire Council Sector Support and Development Program.





We are funded by both the Commonwealth and State Governments,

and are supported by both the Hornsby Shire and Ku-ring-gai Shire Councils.

Our aim is to reach eligible clients living independently in the Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai local government areas who are isolated in their homes, and would like to maintain their independence.

NDIS clients can contact our partner community transport provider STRYDER on (02) 9816 5000          


Need Another Language?

If you need to communicate with us in another language, there is a service that can help.

  • The Telephone Interpreter Service Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs
  • 131 450

    (24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at the cost of a local call)


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Compliments, Complaints and Feedback

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Community Transport respect and value the rights of individuals to provide compliments, complaints and feedback. We recognise and promote the right of all consumers and their advocates to complain without fear of retribution or compromising the quality of the service they receive. All complaints will be investigated fairly and confidentially and appropriate steps will be taken to resolve the areas of concern.

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