Issue 21.17 26 June 2017

Positive Steps Post Separation - 8 August to 25 September 2017  south

The group is open to both men and women who are planning on separating or have separated within the last 12 months. It will cover a broad range of issue such as self-care, parenting and legal and financial issues. 

'Dying to Talk' Discussion Starter Kit and Card Game

Palliative Care Australia has released two new online resources to make it easier for people to record and share their care wishes and preferences at the end of life. The online Dying to Talk discussion starter kit and card game were officially launched in Canberra by the Federal Minister for Health Greg Hunt during Palliative Care Week. The online card game includes an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander specific deck to provide culturally appropriate options such as visiting or dying on country. 

Issue 20.17 19 June 2017

Puddle Jumpers: Wear Your Welly Boots Day - 7 July 2017

The Parks Theatre: Broadway Bootcamp - 9 to 21 July 2017  north

Following the success of our January Broadway Bootcamp the Parks Theatre are excited to announce another Bootcamp in the July school holidays. Strictly limited to 45 places, participants will learn vocal technique, dance, stage craft and gain valuable performing experience from qualified, award winning and experienced instructors. 
Places are limited for the 1, 3 or 10 day programs. Ages: 8-20 years

The Parks Theatre: Audtions - Footloose - 19 July 2017  north

Kick off your Sunday shoes and join us for the October production of Footloose! Auditions for all parts will be held at the Parks Theatre and are by appointment. Ages: 8 - 23yrs. Email the Theatre Director, Ceri for an information pack.  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Puddle Jumpers: A Day at the Zoo - 21 July 2017

Issue 19.17 13 June 2017

Advocacy Skills Training for Carers - 19 and 26 June 2017  north

Navigating the NDIS - After this program a participant will,
  • Understand what advocacy is and how is advocacy undertaken
  • Know where advocacy can be undertaken
  • Know the barriers to effective advocacy
  • Develop an awareness of an ethical framework for advocacy
  • Develop awareness of the tools required to support advocacy

Spaces are limited – please call 1800 052 222 between 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. Mon-Fri to register! Morning tea and lunch supplied.

Issue 18.17 06 June 2017

On Being Male, Navigating Life in 2017 - starting 7 June 2017 (Berri)

A new men’s group is being held at the Berri Family Relationship Centre ( Relationships Australia SA) commencing 7 June 2017 at 6pm. This is a supportive group and open to all men in the community to attend. The group will be run by SA Health and Relationships Australia over four weeks. All welcome, no pre-requisites are required. For enquiries or bookings please call 85824122 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Positive Parenting "Encourage More, Praise Less" - 12 June 2017 (Wayville)

Finding the balance between praise and encouragement is not easy, but praising kids when they only put in half an effort teaches them complacency. It also teaches them to constantly seek approval, rather than approving of themselves. Donna will give some practical tips when to praise and how to encourage. To register and for more dteails please click here.

Brain Injury SA: Community Learning and Life Skills - 29 June 2017

Thinking Positively –  It Can Change Your Life

Just over two years ago Terri Wales was critically injured in a road accident in remote India, suffering multiple breakages and an extremely severe traumatic brain injury. In a coma and then having to learn everything again, Terri has learned the value of patience and to accept that things change and you must adapt. By thinking positively about her situation and seeing it as an opportunity to grow and to learn, Terri has emerged stronger and more resilient. Terri says “I now love my life!”

Wear Your Welly Boots Day - 7 July 2017

Puddle Jumpers is raising awareness and funds for camps for kids in need.

Puddle Jumpers: A Day at the Zoo - 21 July 2017

ZestFest - Partner and Event Registration - now open

ZestFest is South Australia’s festival for Modern Ageing (formally known as the Every Generation Festival). The program threads for this year’s Festival are: - Celebrate: Connect: Challenge. This year's program brings older people together to connect with each other and the community, celebrate the creativity, possibilities and diversity of older people or in ways that challenge the stereotypes of ageing.

ZestFest will run from Saturday 7 to Friday 27 October 2017. Please consider becoming a ZestFest Partner by registering an event in your local community!  Partner and Event Registration nomination forms are now available on the ZestFest website. Registrations close at 12 Noon, on MONDAY 31 JULY 2017. Contact Jayne Boase at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or  call 08 8232 0422 if you have any questions.

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