The Virtual Social Centre is a vibrant online community of individuals just like you.

If you value meeting people, staying connected, having new experiences and want to do all this from the comfort of home, then the Virtual Social Centre (VSC) might be for you!

It's easy to join! All you need is internet access and a device (computer, laptop or tablet). We will provide the training. The program is simple in design and was created with you in mind. You will be supported with training that will show you how to join and participate in live sessions. You will also learn how to use other engaging features of the VSC.

Hear what people have to say about the Virtual Social Centre

The VSC offers something for everyone!

Together we can discover and participate in:

  • Book clubs, special interest groups, chat clubs
  • Seated yoga, tai chi, movement to music and dance
  • Explore the latest healthy living information and advice
  • Art and craft workshops
  • Games and entertainment
  • Activities to challenge and stimulate your mind
  • Support groups eg. for carers
  • Discussions with guest speakers and lots of surprise events
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I feel back in the loop again, like I am needed and have a place. I feel purpose in my day and that my life has more meaning again. Bill, 87.
The VSC became like a lifeline to me when I was unable to get out of the house. It reduced social isolation in my life, increased my motivation to lose weight and become healthier, and has really helped me feel comfortable in my own skin.
The VSC has been wonderful for me at this time in my life. I am having health issues and suddenly I am home a lot more than I used to be. Before the VSC I was feeling very isolated and lonely. Being ill has meant that I haven’t been able to go to church, visit friends or be an active part of my community. The Virtual Social Centre has been a lifeline. I can attend a virtual church group, chat with friends whenever I want, and see the world through the remote-streaming sessions. There is so much to do on the VSC – I love to watch the live sessions, but I also enjoy watching everything on catch-up as well.
My technology skills have improved. I went from feeling wary and hesitant about technology to feeling confident. I explored the tablet and found all kinds of games like spelling, jigsaw puzzles and crosswords.
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