Events & Workshops

Staying Safe workshops for senior drivers

Staying Safe is a classroom-based refresher workshop for senior road users. The workshop aims to maintain and improve safe driving practices and increase the knowledge of other transport options available to help senior road users remain safely mobile.

Join us for this free workshop:

  • Contact us for the next workshop dates

You can more information for senior drivers including a self-assessment quiz on the NZTA website.

To reserve your space now, fill in the form on the right. Or you can contact us.

Register for Staying Safe

Staying Safe Driving Course

Monthly Pop-Up Hubs around Wellington

Join us for a cup of tea and a light lunch at our monthly pop-up hubs in Seatoun!


Our pop-up hub is a free monthly social event for over 65s in the Eastern suburbs. Future hubs will feature guest speakers and fun workshops.


The next pop-up hubs will be: 

  • Tuesday 2nd February 2021 
  • 12 – 2pm
  • Seatoun Village Hall, 22 Forres Street, Seatoun
  • Tuesday 9th February 2021
  • 1 – 2.30pm
  • Linden Community Centre, 10 Linden Ave, Tawa
  • Tuesday 23rd February 2021
  • 2 – 3.30pm
  • Voglemorn Hall, 13 Vennell St, Brooklyn

There’s no need to register, just turn up and enjoy!

Sleep: A Pillar of Healthy Ageing 

We spend about a third of our lives asleep, by the time we’re 65 that’s about 22 years.

But the importance of sleep is largely overlooked when it comes
to wellbeing. In older adulthood, sleep can become more disturbed.
This can affect how we feel and function plus impact our physical and
mental health.

Dr Rosie Gibson is a Researcher at the Sleep/Wake Research Centre
(Massey University) where she studies sleep changes with ageing and
its relationship to health and wellbeing.

Join us for our next workshop:

  • 15 March 2021

Please call 04 499 6648 for dates and more information.

For more information on sleep, please read Rosie’s blog by clicking here, or view Dr Gibson’s online sleep presentation here.

Brain Health Workshops

Do you want to learn how you can keep your brain healthy and active with good food and social interaction? This innovative four-part workshop is part of a research project aimed at understanding how to design for social activity and healthy nutrition to keep our brains healthy in older age.


This research has been approved by the Victoria University of Wellington Human Ethics Committee #0000027422.

This workshop series is full, but please contact Lorna Harvey or by phoning 04 499 6648 if you’d like to participate in a future workshop.


Contact us for enquiries or bookings

Contact Ann Dalziel, 04 499 6648, or email