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The RAP Roadshow heads to Albany

The ICCWA team, with expert guidance and assistance from Ingrid Cumming and the Code Switch team, move from Bunbury to Albany this month as part of our 2017 Reconciliation Action Plan Road Show. We will be in Albany on Wednesday 22 March at the Albany Surf Life Saving Club and would like to hear fr ...
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Getting your message across on television and radio

Are you looking for help in dealing with the media, presenting for an interview without struggling to get your message out there or identifying what constitutes a good story angle? Getting your message heard is one of the key cornerstones of advocacy and furthering your cause. Television and radio ...
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Increasing choice and flexibility in home care and what it means for you

The way in which Home Care is managed in Australia has undergone significant transformation recently and it’s important that older Australians understand what this may mean to them according to ICCWA Chief Executive Sandy Lukjanowski. Some of this change is a large departure from how Home C ...
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WA Department of Health to launch new Incidence and Cost of Injury Report

The Western Australian Department of Health will hold a stakeholder briefing on the new Incidence and Cost of Injury in Western Australia 2012 report at Grace Vaughan House in Shenton Park on Tuesday March 28th from 8:30am to 10am. Director Chronic Disease Prevention Directorate Denise Sullivan, Win ...
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ICCWA Ambassador Mark Daniels talks about redefining disability at the Grassroots Falls Festival Take Two in Fremantle

ICCWA and Road Trauma Support WA Ambassador Mark Daniels spoke in front of more than 270 health pracitioners and falls specialists from across WA and Australia at the recent Grassroots Fall Festival Take Two in Fremantle on February 16 and 17. The two-day conference looked at some of the grassroots ...
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Join us and help shape our Reconciliation Action Plan!

Planning for ICCWA's Reconciliation Action Plan, with guidance and assistance from Ingrid Cumming and the Code Switch team is now well underway! We have secured venues and dates for consultation meetings with stakeholders in Perth, Merredin and Bunbury and would love you to join us for a chat and to ...
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The ICCWA RAP Roadshow is heading to Merredin

The ICCWA team, with expert guidance and assistance from Ingrid Cumming and the Code Switch team will soon hit the highway for our 2017 Reconciliation Action Plan Road Show. Destination Merredin! We will head to Merredin on Wednesday March 1 and would like to hear from you! Our RAP planning worksh ...
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The RAP Roadshow moves to Bunbury!

The ICCWA team, with expert guidance and assistance from Ingrid Cumming and the Code Switch team move from Merredin to Bunbury as part of our 2017 Reconciliation Action Plan Road Show. We will be in Bunbury on Tuesday March 7 and would like to hear from you! Our RAP planning workshop will be fun, ...
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The Road Trauma Support WA team heads to Bunbury to work with our First Responders

A specialised team from the Road Trauma Support team will head to Bunbury on Thursday March 9 to deliver a specialised workshop for emergency services personnel from Bunbury and the surrounding region. "Working with Grief, Loss and Trauma: How to Support Yourself and Others - is a specially tailore ...
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Stay On Your Feet to launch new Fuel Your Body campaign on February 1 2017

Older adults are at risk of malnutrition as a result of the body’s natural ageing process as well as a range of socioeconomic factors that can result in a poor diet and insufficient nutrition. The new Fuel Your Body campaign, which is due to be launched by WA’s leading falls preventio ...
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Reconciliation Action Plan Consultation Plan

ICCWA is proud to be embarking on its inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan journey under the watchful eye of Ingrid Cumming and the Code Switch team. Planning commenced in the latter stages of 2017 with a workshop for all staff to have a look at what reconciliation means to us both as individuals a ...
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A Not-for-Profits’ RAP Journey

A Not-for-Profits’ RAP Journey

About ICCWA To start with, I think I should make it clear that before we embarked on this process we felt we didn’t know what we were doing or where to start when it came to developing a RAP – or Reconciliation Action Plan. What we do know is, that as an organisation and as individuals ...
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