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.
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.
This Friday the 9th of March the Women of West Heidelberg will be hosting another great International Women's Day event.
It will be held at West Heidelberg in our Thomas Rossell Room and will kick off at 11.30am.
'Press For Progress' is the theme for International Women’s Day 2018, encouraging us all to be leaders within our own spheres of influence by taking action to press for progress in gender parity.
A consortium led by Banyule Community Health will deliver a new Mental Health Stepped Care Model in Melbourne’s north-east from mid-January.
The announcement follows Eastern Melbourne PHN’s (EMPHN’s) commitment of $2.5 million funding for mental health services across the continuum – for people requiring low intensity to higher levels of support – with an emphasis on recovery.