Tune-Up Your Relationship - 28 March 2017 (Mt Gambier)
A workshop to build better connections and communication.
A free two hour workshop that equips frontline, specialist and support staff in the domestic violence field with critical up-to-date skills and knowledge to support women and families experiencing, or at risk of, technology-facilitated abuse.
For more information please click here.
Featuring experts and dynamic guest speakers on current best practice policies and practice when working with LGBTIQ communities and their experiences of violence.
“Gourmet Relationships’ is a fun, practical, food themed relationship education workshop for couples based on a range of research based relationship education principles. These include the ingredients of a healthy relationship, stages of relationships, communication and basic conflict management skills. It also provides ideas to improve the underlying friendship base and hence intimacy. This workshop is suitable for any couples interested in relationship enhancement. Please click here for more information.
Preventing Dementia is a FREE five-week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that reviews the latest research into factors that may modify risk of dementia. Global dementia experts explain how lifestyle and health factors interact to increase or decrease dementia risk, based on the latest scientific evidence. This course is suited to everyone - whether you are an individual with an interest in brain health and/or dementia risk reduction, or an allied health professional, clinician, aged care service provider or health policy professional. Please click here to download the poster and flyer.
I Am Me - commencing 8 May 2017 (Berri)
Relationships Australia South Australia are offering a program called “I am Me” which is a therapeutic womens group to build identity, value and self worth.
Australian Childhood Foundation: Professional Development Opportunities
A six week Introductory program for 4-5 year olds who will be transitioning form kindy to school.
The Wellbeing Classroom Conference explores some of the bigger picture concepts around building wellbeing, but importantly offers you interactive experiences and practical strategies you can take back to your work with children and young people – whatever your setting. Click here to register. For information about Kimochis - please click here.
Tell us about your views on bystander reactions to violence against women
If you are aged 18 or over and an Australian resident or citizen, you are invited to participate in an anonymous, online survey (approximately 15 minutes to complete) about responding to women’s cries of distress in homes. This project is led by Dr Elspeth McInnes (School of Education, UniSA). The national survey aims to inform a campaign to encourage bystanders to act and seek help if they hear screams or cries of distress in homes.
WARNING: The survey questions may prompt you to recall distressing events. Please call Lifeline 131144 if you are feeling distressed.
Add your name to Rosie's letter - Never Alone
The Disability Policy Unit invites interested people to share helpful information with us about Access and Inclusion, so that the South Australian Government can make better communities for everyone to live in. Please click here for an electric copy of the survey and the consultation information for the southern region.