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Carers Australia Events - WA
Friday 13th September 2019 - 6.30-11.30pm
Support Group Recognition and Self Help Awards Night
Join us for ConnectGroups' Greatest Hits!
This must-attend event recognises the important role that Self Help and Support Groups play in the intervention, prevention and recovery of individuals and families through innovative and creative practices.
Held at the Pan Pacific Perth, the ceremony will include dinner, keynote speakers and entertainment, the presentation of the 2019 Support Groups Good Practice Awards, and networking opportunities with Support Groups and organisations.
The following awards categories are now open for nominations:
- -Most Innovative Self Help or Support Group
- -New and Emerging Self Help or Support Group
- -Excellence in Regional and Rural WA
- -Pay it Forward
- -Dream it Forward
- -Self Help and Support Group Champion Award
If you would like to nominate a Self Help or Support Group for any of the above awards, please visit the ConnectGroups website here: http://www.connectgroups.org.au/2019-support-groups-recognition-and-good-practice-awards/
For further information, please call (08) 9364 6909 or email email@example.com
Women's Health Week 2nd-6th
Organisation: Jean Hailes for Women's Health
Jean Hailes Women's Health Week is a week aimed at encouraging women to take the time to focus on their health and wellbeing. The week includes events in communities around Australia as well as online resources including motivating videos and practical tips and information from experts and ambassadors.
National Asthma Week - 1st to 7th
Organisation: Asthma Foundation of Victoria
Activities organised to promote awareness of asthma to the general community - and highlight ways to help people manage asthma. Each state/ territory foundation organises individual events and is run during the first week of Sept each year.
Out of the Shadows and into the Light 10th
Suicide is the leading cause of death for Australians under the age of 44. Lifeline believes we all have a role to play in suicide prevention.For World Suicide Prevention Day, get involved by joining a walk or organising a walk in your local community.
Phone: 13 11 14
R U OK? Day 12th
Organisation: R U OK Foundation
Are You Ok Day is an annual national day of action that aims to get Australians, right across the entire spectrum of society, connecting with friends and loved ones, by reaching out to anyone doing it tough and simply asking: "Are you ok?" talking about suicide with someone at risk actually reduces the chances of them taking their life. It is the one thing we can all do to make a real difference. R U OK ? Day is about prevention, preventing little problems turning into big problems.
Big Heart Appeal - 1st to 30th
Organisation: Heart Foundation
The Heart Foundation saves lives and improves health through funding world-class cardiovascular research, guidelines for health professionals, informing the public and assisting people with cardiovascular disease. As a charity, the Heart Foundation relies on donations and gifts in wills to continue our lifesaving research, education and health promotion work.
Social September encourages us all to press pause in September - disconnect from our digital lives and reconnect with each other, and ourselves. The aim is to create spaces for face-to-face social connection, promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.
Phone: 0404 177 749
Liptember 1st to 30th
Organisation: Liptember Foundation
Liptember is a campaign raising funds and awareness for women's mental health during the month of September. All funds raised during the month of September are donated to the Centre for Women's Health and Lifeline.