What you choose to eat can have a huge influence on your energy, or lack of it.
The 200+ volunteers we are lucky enough to work alongside enable us to provide more services to more people in our community more of the time.
Connect Health & Community is proud to present Living Younger - a free community event designed to help you stay healthy as you get older.
Energy levels low? Try these simple energy and immunity boosting tips.
The average Aussie consumes 14 teaspoons of sugar a day (more than double the recommended amount). So where is all this excess sugar coming from?
Connect Health & Community is now a registered NDIS provider. And our first NDIS client turned out to be a blast from the past for all involved!
Kids of all ages and their parents are really getting behind the OJFC Youth Mentor Program's core aim: to support the wellbeing of young people through their common passion for footy.
As part of our commitment to providing our community with improved services, we are upgrading our facilities at the Bentleigh East site.
Too busy for mindfulness and self-care? These 8 activities are easy to fit into your daily routine and could help you better respond to life’s challenges.
Has negative language and self-talk become a bad habit? These 5 simple fixes will help you talk yourself into feeling more positive.
Connect Health & Community announces new community partnership with Ormond Junior Football Club – the OJFC Youth Mentor Program.
With new evidence showing alarming levels of tooth decay among children, helping your kids develop good oral health habits now could save you a lot of stress, pain and money down the track.
Studies show that a small amount of physical activity each day can improve not only your physical health, but also your emotional wellbeing.
On Friday 9 March, we welcomed some remarkable women, including Nicole Livingstone OAM, to celebrate International Women’s Day at the 2018 event in Sandringham.
Christmas spending, back-to-school costs, running the air con to beat the summer heat... No matter what led to that high credit card bill, it’s important to resist gambling on a ‘quick fix’.
Evelyn's story is one of eight stories of inspirational local women collected in "Finding a way".
The contribution of volunteers in our organisation is significant and we are always looking for people who are willing to give back to the community in which they live.
We’re committed to treating all our clients, staff and community with care, dignity and understanding.
During grass pollen season people may notice an increase in asthma and hay fever.
In a 79.5% national participation rate, which is unprecedented for a voluntary survey, 61.6% voted ‘Yes’. We believe that this is a significant step forward to achieving LGBTIQ equality and one that we have been vocal in supporting.
Connect Health & Community’s program aims to provide more flexible transport assistance for older residents who have difficulty accessing public transport or taxis.