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NDIS Story: How a psychosocial "invisible" disability can impact all aspects of life...

Kylie knows first-hand how the nuances of a psychosocial “invisible” disability can impact all aspects of life...

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Connecting Carers Social Group

ARAFMI Illawarra funded to facilitate a new Carer Recreation Programme.

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Family Connections

Family Connections is a 12 week group program for family/friends of people with an emotion dysregulation disorder or borderline personality disorder.

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Me and My Relationships

Staff from the University of Wollongong, in partnership with Mental Health Carers ARAFMI Illawarra, are running a free program in Wollongong called Me and My Relationships.

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WayAhead have some useful fact sheets and information on a range of topics

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White Ribbon Day

White Ribbon is the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end men’s violence against women and girls

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GPH Pedometer Challenge Results

The results are in from the ‘Walk Your Way to Better Health’ initiative.

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What Do You Want to Know About the NDIS?

Whether you are a person with a mental illness or you work in the sector, we want to find out what you want to know about the NDIS and how you want to hear about it when the time comes.

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NDIS Psychosocial Disability resources
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Healthy weight week tip 6: Pack an icy water bottle each day. Try adding lemon or lime slices to keep it interestin…
Healthy weight week tip 5: Eat when you first get hungry, rather than waiting until you are starving, as you are le…

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