Burger Centre to open on north shore
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'We are thrilled to extend the partnership to Hunters Hill'

Burger Centre to open on north shore

The current Club Monte centre at Hunters Hill will be rebranded with an extension of programs on offer.

From left: Robert Orie, Bronwyn Elbourne and Gary Groves. Photo: Supplied
From left: Robert Orie, Bronwyn Elbourne and Gary Groves. Photo: Supplied

JEWISHCARE and Montefiore have announced an extension of their Burger Centre partnership to Sydney’s north shore.

Taking over the space and client base from the current Club Monte day centre at the Montefiore Hunters Hill campus, the facility will be rebranded to Burger Centre and reopen on November 8 with an extension of programs on offer.

Last month the Burger Centre celebrated 30 years of supporting independent seniors in the eastern suburbs and management is looking forward to its next major milestone.

JewishCare CEO Gary Groves said, “JewishCare has enjoyed a strong relationship with Montefiore since 2006 and we are thrilled to extend the partnership to Hunters Hill to expand our programs to the local seniors community, looking for a safe, diverse and inclusive space to meet new people, remain active and be connected, or for carers wanting safe and inclusive respite for those living with cognitive impairment such as dementia.”

This sentiment was shared by Montefiore CEO Robert Orie.

“Burger Centre complements perfectly our residential care, respite care and independent living offerings, as well as home care services from both Montefiore and Jewish Care,” he said.

“We look forward to bringing this vital communal resource to our seniors community in the north and working together to establish another vibrant and much-loved hub for clients, families, volunteers and staff.”

Under the leadership of Burger Centre senior manager Bronwyn Elbourne, the community will soon enjoy access to an array of respite, wellness, social and cultural programs offering purpose, enjoyment and a sense of belonging with culture and Yiddishkeit.

“Burger Centre is excited and delighted to be given the opportunity to build on the previous Club Monte offering and we look forward to further collaborating with Montefiore to extend the offering and client base further into the community on the north shore,” said Elbourne, who along with her team is looking forward to welcoming previous and new clients, volunteers and community partners to the centre next month.

To book a three-session free trial, become a volunteer or community partner, or for further information contact: (02) 9879 2726, burgeradmin@burgercentre.com.au or burgercentre.com.au

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