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Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid Training

National Wellbeing Alliance will be coming to the Great Southern in August to deliver a series of Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid workshops to service providers and the community. This is a great opportunity to gain the skills and confidence to assist people experiencing mental health problems. Training by Indigenous trainers, developed with Aboriginal Mental […]

Free

Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid Workshops

National Wellbeing Alliance will be coming to the Great Southern in August to deliver a series of Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid workshops to service providers and the community. This is a great opportunity to gain the skills and confidence to assist people experiencing mental health problems. To register your interest, please contact Candice on […]

Free

Dying to Know- Coffin Making Workshop

Denmark Community Resource Centre 2 Strickland Street, Denmark, western australia, Australia

Facilitated by John Purdom, "More a conversation than a workshop, but fun for everyone- I'm sure we'll all be in one someday, so come and find out how to make a comfortable one." Bookings essential, call 9848 2842

Free

Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid

National Wellbeing Alliance will be coming to the Great Southern in August to deliver a series of Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid workshops to service providers and the community. This is a great opportunity to gain the skills and confidence to assist people experiencing mental health problems. To register your interest, please contact Candice on […]

Successful Single Parenting

Online

Join RelationshipsWA in this online zoom session, on successful single parenting. Online sessions are interactive and have minimum requirements. Parenting alone is different in many ways compared to a two-parent household and can have its own difficulties. People become single parents through a range of life choices and circumstances. Whatever the challenges it is important […]

$30.00
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WA Pathways to Post School Life- Online Session

The National Disability Insurance Agency would like to invite participants, carers, parents, teachers, and all people with disability who are leaving school to attend virtual information sessions about what options and supports may be available to them. These sessions will be delivered via video conference using Microsoft Teams. Registrations will close three days before the […]

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Creative Seniors Sessions

Denmark Community Resource Centre 2 Strickland Street, Denmark, western australia, Australia

Using art, movement, music and stories to help those with early onset dementia and those ageing gracefully in a safe, relaxed and fun filled space. $20 per session or $160 paid in full Please see us if you are experiencing financial hardship.

$20.00

Australian Government Mobile Service Centre

Denmark Community Resource Centre 2 Strickland Street, Denmark, western australia, Australia

Visit the Mobile Service Centre to find out about Australian Government payments and services for rural families, older Australians, students, job seekers, people with disability, carers, farmers and self-employed people. Information about Department of Veterans' Affairs programs and support services for veterans and their families will also be available. Staff can provide you with information […]

Adjusting to Change Program

Hawthorn House 40 Henry St, Milpara, WA, Australia

Do you or someone you know have early stage dementia? The Adjusting to Change Program provides relevant information, emotional support and practical assistance for people in the early stage of dementia and their support person (family member or friend). This program covers a range of topics including: Symptoms and diagnosis Planning for the future Relationships […]

Linking Together- Carer Social Support Group Denmark

Reminisce Cafe (Denmark Rivermouth) 1 Inlet Drive, Denmark, WA, Australia

Taking a regular break and having a supportive social network improves wellbeing, is an opportunity to rest and recharge, and helps unpaid family carers to be in the best position to sustain their caring role. Linking Together Social Support groups allow members to catch up and meet other carers in their local community. Coordinated by […]

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Albany ‘Neu-friends’ Coffee Club Monthly Meets

Beryl Grant Community Centre 15 Townsend Street, ALBANY, WA, Australia

Do you have or care for someone with a neurological condition? Would you like to meet up with others in a friendly, fun and supportive settings to share your knowledge and experiences? The Neurological Council of WA in Albany is setting up a new friendship and support group for people who have a neurological condition […]

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Palmerston Peer Volunteer Program

Expressions of Interest Now Open for Albany and Katanning Residents Do you have personal experience of recovery from substances? Have you maintained personal wellbeing for 12 months and not been a client of an AOD service for 6 months? Can you commit to 100 hours of voluntary work over 12 months? Successful applicants will receive […]