MHCAA warmly welcomes Wendy Groot as the Acting EO of MHCAA. Please redirect all mail to email@example.com or phone 0437 010 934.
You are invited to come and hear two speakers focusing on young carers supporting adults living with schizophrenia and mental health issues.
Thursday 15 May 2014
11.30am to 1pm
Mental Health Carers Tasmania
1 St Johns Avenue, NEW TOWN.
Dr. Fiona Wagg a senior child and adolescent psychiatrist, together with Anne Easter Team Leader, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service South, will talk on young carers supporting adults living with schizophrenia and mental health issues.
Wendy Groot CEO of Mental Health Carers Tasmania will facilitate the discussion and topics will include:
All carers and their families are invited to attend this important discussion.
Relevant speakers from Mental Health Services will be there to provide information on the new Mental Health Act and answer any questions about the RHH Redevelopment.
WHEN: Wednesday 16th April
WHERE: Mental Health Carers Tasmania
1 St Johns Avenue, New Town
TIME: 11 am – 1 pm
A LIGHT LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED
RSVP to : Wendy Groot 6228 7448 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Queries to: Ian Munday ‐ MHS‐ 6233 6011 or email to email@example.com
SEE YOU THERE!
Mental Health Carers Tasmania (ARAFMI) in partnership with Hobart City Council invites you to join with them to celebrate health & wellbeing and recovery, walking from the Regatta Ground to Parliament House Lawns for free activities, entertainment, food and information.
Thursday 10 October 2013
Meet: The Regatta Ground for an
11am walk to Parliament House Lawns
Speeches commence 11.30am at
Parliament House Lawns
Activities continue 11.30 am - 1.30 pm
Click here to download the poster.
Tasmanians can learn more about the new National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) at a series of forums now underway across Tasmania. Commonwealth Minister for Disability Reform Jenny Macklin and Tasmanian Acting Minister for Human Services, Michelle O'Byrne, said the forums would provide important information on the launch and progress of the NDIS in Tasmania. "The National Disability Insurance Scheme will fundamentally change the way we support people with disability," Ms Macklin said. "An NDIS will ensure people with disability, wherever they live, receive care and support based on their needs, and have choice and control over this support. Click here to find out more.
The Federal and State Governments have announced they would call for applications for a new $6 million project to improve services provided to people with mental health in Tasmania. Click here to read the full media release.
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