A carer is someone who provides care to a family member or friend who needs support, supervision and assistance with everyday living tasks. Carers are often not aware of the valued role they are providing in supporting that person to live in their community as independently as possible. Anyone can become a carer at any time.
National Carers Week is a time to recognise carers and raise community awareness about the contribution they provide to our community. It also provides the opportunity for carers to meet other carers through local event held throughout Victoria.
TELL YOUR FAMILY, TELL YOUR FRIENDS - THERE'S MANY WAYS TO HAVE FUN!
Looking forward to community members getting together this coming Friday (11am - 2pm) for loads of fun.
There will be a FREE BBQ as well as prizes, giveaways, arts and craft, music and pop up stalls (including one where the Women of West Heidelberg Terrariums will be for sale).
Come one, come all for a day of fun!
Spread the word in the community - get family and friends together for a yarn.
Looking forward to seeing everyone THIS FRIDAY (12noon - 2.30pm) down at Barbunnin Beek Gathering Place (Fred Howe Annex, Catalina Street, Heidelberg West) for our 'YARN. SHARE. SUPPORT Day' - a fun afternoon of FREE activites.
There will be entertainment, kids activities, prizes, Wayapa and a FREE BBQ lunch.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Banyule Community Health and the local community invite you to 'Reclaim The Night'.
Saturday 20th October 2018, 6.00pm –7.30pm
(Leaving from Banyule Community Health at 6.00pm)
Pick My Project is a Victorian government community grants initiative, with funding being chosen by popular vote. We'd like your support in voting for local 3081 community projects.
Voting is quick and simple, and open until 5pm, Monday 17 September:
Today marks 100 days until the Victoria State election.
Community health services have a unique understanding of the people we serve, informing our ability to develop localised responses to social and health issues. We deliver primary health, human services and community-based support to meet local community need.
It’s National Homelessness Week, a time to shine a spotlight on the growing crisis of homelessness in Australia. We believe that everyone should have a decent place to live. A place to call home.
Not just your teeth. Not just your gums. Your whole mouth.
Good oral health practices are important.