Continuity of care
The quality of support provided at the end of life can have a great impact on the experience of the individual and carers. We helped support Rita, her husband, Jim, and their family as they navigated the complex situation of living with cancer.
Caring for the carers
Eva, cares for her husband who has a chronic respiratory condition and early stage dementia. She is being supported by Cathy, a Carer Support Worker at Banyule Community Health.
For Abdullahi, the Somali Men’s Social Support Group has provided him with a place to come together with other refugee men in his local community to chat, eat, pray and enjoy social activities.
News & Events
Break the Silence; The North Says No to Family Violence 1.00pm – 4.00pm, Friday 18th October 2019 at Banyule Community Health, 21 Alamein Road, West Heidelberg (Thomas Rossell Room). T-shirts…
As part of Gambling Harm Awareness Week, some of our ReSPIN speakers gathered on the steps of Parliament House alongside Rev Tim Costello, Chief Advocate for the Alliance for Gambling…
A fantastic community day at our Babarrbunin Beek Yarn.Share.Support Family Day generously supported by Gamblers Help and the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation and Dental Health Services Victoria. Loads of fun, laughter…