Aged care and disability provider 3Bridges will operate a new community hub in Sydney’s inner west.

The Summer Hill site will focus on delivering disability, home care and dementia services.

“We look forward to applying our evidence-based, person centred programs to the inner west,” CEO Raj Nair said.

Mr thanked Inner West Council and Mayor Darcy Byrne for voting unanimously for 3Bridges to manage the site.

An official opening will be announced soon, Mr Nair said.

Cr Byrne said under 3Bridges management the centre will provide a wider range of services to locals,  as well as helping disadvantaged people .

Bayside Mayor Joe Awada, MP Steve Kamper, Councillor Liz Barlow and Deputy Mayor James Macdonald at the opening of the Keemagh hub in April 2021.

In April the not for profit opened a community hub in Kyeemagh in Southern Sydney. The organisation also successfully applied for a $5000 Community Grant from Bayside Council that will go toward running a dementia program at the hub.

3Bridges provides a range of services including home care packages and CHSP, individual and meeting centre dementia support, and NDIS services and home modifications.  It also provides out of school hours care and youth services.

It has been recognised for piloting an a new model of community-based dementia support developed in the Netherlands.

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