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Meals on Wheels Central Coast Open Day
The iconic Central Coast Company will throw open its doors between 11am and 1pm, with prospective clients, their families and carers, as well as service providers from around the Coast expected to visit.
There will be information available to visitors on the myriad of services on offer by Meals on Wheels Central Coast (MOWCC). Known for their catch phrase, ‘More than Just a Meal’, this iconic Central Coast Company offers not only meal delivery, but social support via their Flexi Foods and Community Restaurant programs.
Being a NDIS registered Company, they can also make meal planning easier for those with NDIS plans. For those interested in what the food is actually like, there will be the opportunity to partake in some taste testing, with one of MOWCC’s suppliers, The Good Meal Co, in attendance to hand out samples. Information will also be available regarding home care package and NDIS plan assistance with members of the MOWCC team on hand to answer questions about the services on offer.
Meals on Wheels Central Coast’s CEO, Dennis Taylor, said Open Day is a great opportunity to show the community that they really are ‘more than just a meal’.
“We have been a vital part of the community for over 50 years now, and are trusted by over 700 Central Coast residents and their families,” he said.
“Our Open Day will reaffirm to the community that we are here to stay and show them that we can assist with not only delivery of meals, but the essential social support mechanisms that many miss out on.
“Being NDIS registered, we can also assist those who have meals listed on their NDIS plan. They can be assured that they will receive quality Australian produced meals at a very competitive rate,” Mr Taylor said.
The MOWCC Open Day
Thursday 7 March 2019
11am to 1pm
Meals on Wheels Central Coast, Yaringaa Building, 93 McMasters Road, Woy Woy.
To register your interest email email@example.com or call 0447 074 161.
This article archived 21 Apr 2019
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