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We're inviting people living with Parkinson’s, their families and carers, and others with an interest in the disease to our October Parkinson's Support Group meeting, were guest speaker and nurse clinician, Victor McConvey (from Parkinson’s Victoria) will present on new treatments, research and you!

The meeting will be held on Wednesday 12 October from 1.30 - 3.00pm at our Lakes Entrance site. We hope to see you there! For further information please contact Judith on 5155 8370 #parkinsons #support #yourhealthourcommitment #since1975
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INTEGRATED FAMILY SERVICES CASE MANAGER/YOUTH JUSTICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER (wow, that's a mouthful!). This position is ongoing, full-time; primarily based in Bairnsdale; and has generous salary packaging options. This combined role includes:

Integrated Family Services - provide case management and direct services to families in the community who are experiencing a range of difficulties in providing a safe and nurturing environment for their children and young people.

Youth Justice Community Support Service - work in partnership with the Department of Human Services Youth Justice Case Managers and other internal and external services, in an effort to provide a holistic, intensive and coordinated care plan and services to young people who may have been detained or who may be subject to an order due to offending behaviours.

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Anxiety Management in Children and Young People [limited places, register early]
Fearful and anxious behaviour is common in children. Most children learn to cope with a range of normal fears and worries. However, extra help may be needed when: children feel anxious more than other children of their age and level; anxiety stops them participating in activities at school or socially; anxiety interferes with their ability to do things that other children their age do easily; or the fears and worries seem out of proportion to the issues in their life. Gippsland Lakes Community Health and the Gippsland Primary Health Network are offering parents the opportunity to attend a workshop on Monday 17 October, that explores anxiety in children and young people and what parents can do to support their child. Click on the following link to view the workshop flyer #anxietymanagement #childhealth #yourhealthourcommitment #since1975
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