A Way Through - Kellerberrin

A Way Through - Kellerberrin

Are you or your mob between 18 and 25? Over two days, A Way Through can help you become strong in yourself, your culture and your family using art, music, dance and yarning. So you can stay strong during hard times. Shaun Nannup, a human being, an Indigenous man and a father, along with Ros Snyder ...
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A Way Through - Kellerberrin (Health Workers)

A Way Through - Kellerberrin (Health Workers)

Do you work with Aboriginal mob? Do you want to learn tools to help deal with your own and your mobs hard times? Over two days, A Way Through can help you to get stronger using art, music, dance and yarning. Shaun Nannup, a human being, an Indigenous man and a father, along with Ros Snyder will he ...
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Why alcohol consumption can increase your chance of falling

Alcohol consumption has been shown to increase the risk of falls in older adults. However many people may not be aware of what safe alcohol consumption levels are as they age and that its effects can be amplified as a result of the natural ageing process. Alcohol consumption is known to cause ...
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Fuel Your Body grant winner focuses on nutritional needs of those with end stage kidney diseas

One of the successful Fuel Your Body grant winners is based at the University of Western Australia and is using the funds to run an innovative project which is aimed at improving the nutrition and strength and balance of a group of individuals with end stage kidney disease. These patients requi ...
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Report points to the need for injury prevention to become top health priority

The recent release of the Incidence and Costs of Injury in Western Australia 2012 report by the Chronic Disease Directorate Department of Health WA indicates that injuries remain one of the most serious public health problems in WA. A briefing on the report was held on Tuesday March 28 at ...
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Overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Status 2016

A recent release by Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet “Overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health status 2016” provides a comprehensive summary of the most recent indicators of the health and current health status of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander p ...
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15th World Congress on Public Health

With the theme of Voices, Vision, Action, the 15th World Congress on Public Health in Melbourne, Australia (3-7 April 2017) saw a week of influential speakers come together from around the world with addresses from government representatives and ministers, panel discussions and research pr ...
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Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia lets regional and remote WA know that help is out there for those in need

Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia joined the Road Trauma Support team in Bunbury on Thursday May 9 for a specially tailored grief trauma and loss workshop for emergency services personnel in the region. The day long session was designed to assist those on the front line both professionally and pe ...
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RTSWA joins the annual Blessing of the Roads

RTSWA acting manager, Ryan Fernie, joined the new WA Police and Road Safety Minister, the Hon Michelle Roberts MLA and Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia for the annual Blessing of the Roads in Mirrabooka this year. The event was jointly coordinated by the cities of Stirling, Swan and Joon ...
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Join us to promote the Shine a Light on Road Safety Campaign from May 8 to 14 2017

Road Trauma Support WA, and ICCWA will again join other leading road safety organisations across WA, Australia and the world to promote the annual Shine a Light on Road Safety Week campaign which is held during global Road Safety Week from May 8 to 14 2017. This year the focus is on speed and o ...
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Welcome to ICCWA's Autumn newsletter 2017

It's been a particularly busy time for ICCWA and its three flagship programs over the last three months with some exciting challenges and news to come throughout 2017 - it's shaping up to be a big year. To read more about what the team has been up to please click here ...
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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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