Subsidy for service to end on Friday
An MLC is asking healthcare bosses why Meals on Wheels customers aren't being properly cared for as the subsidy is cut.
There are two alternative suppliers functioning without aid, which has totalled around £150,000 for the benefit of 300 people.
More than 80 of those served by the organisation are aged between 90 and 102 - many of them have yet to find another supplier.
David Cretney says more needs to be done so they aren't left out of the loop: