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Payneham Probus Club: Meeting Schedule and Entertainment -

Speakers


25th June 2024

Grant LOCK - "What is Really Happening in Afghanistan"

Grant Lock directed Afghanistan's largest eye care program, until he himself became blind.

He returns home to a society with its own blind spots.  He battled corruption, injustice and disadvantage in the deserts, mountains and cities of Pakistan and Afghanistan with courage and compassion.  He dug wells, built schools and helped restore the eyesight of thousands of Afghans. 

Grant is married to Janna, the woman the widows of Kabul call “Frishta” (Angel). Their twenty-four years of overseas development work followed their notable success as cattle breeders in South Australia.  Grant will bring you up-to-date on what is happening in Afghanistan, and looks forward to your questions.

 Grant is also a writer and will bring his books to the meeting if anyone is interesting in buying them.

 


23rd July 2024

Paul and Carmen EDSON  - 101 Home Care 

Paul will talk about how to access government services that can help the elderly stay in their own homes as long as possible.   

Unfortunately the government does not inform us about these options so we are left to do our own research.

 The presentation will include:

  • Making contact with "My Aged Care"
  • Requesting, preparing and undergoing an ACAT assessment.
  • Understanding your entitlements within the HCP (Home Care Package)
  • Self Managed and Fully Managed Care
  • Creating a Care plan
  • Implementation of services

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rob embraced community radio in 1984 in Warrnambool, Victoria, where he served as President for 6 years, culminating in gaining a full licence for 3WAY FM in 1992.

He relocated to Adelaide in 1994 to start up the first Capt’n Snooze retail bedding store in Adelaide and joined  Coast FM 88.7 in 1998, based at the Glandore Community Centre.

After presenting the Wednesday Breakfast Program for 16 years, he now presents the Wednesday Coast Magazine morning program and has done so for 6 years.

Rob is passionate about music from the 60s and 70s and has an interest in particular, in vinyls.