Gippsland Lakes Community Health has zero tolerance towards child abuse and is committed to establishing and maintaining child inclusive, safe and child friendly environments.
We are committed to inclusive practice and welcome feedback on our services, in particular from Aboriginal, LGBTI and Disability communities.
We acknowledge our work in the community takes place on the traditional lands of the Gunaikurnai people of Gippsland. Gippsland Lakes Community Health respectfully recognises elders both past and present. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are warned that this website may contain images of deceased persons.
OUR FRIENDS AT THE LAKES ENTRANCE ABORIGINAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION ARE LOOKING FOR A CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST! Want to know more? Visit tinyurl.com/y87bfsg2 for further information about this position; and please share this post with your networks #jointeamLEAHA ... See MoreSee Less
THIS IS TONY FROM OUR BLOKES BBQ GROUP! Tony is pictured checking out the local produce at the Lake Tyers Community Garden, Oneonta, where the group had lunch today. Bet you wish you could be out enjoying the sunshine and a snag with an awesome group of blokes (and our social support group worker, Kaitlin) today. Our Blokes BBQ Group meets once a month at a different location determined by the blokes. To find out more about the group or to join them on their April outing, give us a call on 5155 8370 #blokesbigdayout #blokesbbq #yourhealthourcommitment #since1975 ... See MoreSee Less
WE’RE LOOKING FOR AN INCLUSION SUPPORT WORKER / EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR TO JOIN OUR CHILDREN'S CENTRE TEAM! Is this you, or someone you know? Visit tinyurl.com/y8n9zboq for further information about this position; and please share this post with your networks #jointeamGLCH #localemployerofchoice #since1975 ... See MoreSee Less
Check out these gorgeous little humans having fun with shaving cream and food colouring at Kindergym. I'm told the children were a little unwilling to get there hands dirty to start off with, but when they saw their parents having all the fun they soon took over! This activity was designed to engage the children's fine motor skills by the coordination of small muscle movements - usually involving the synchronization of hands and fingers with the eyes. To learn more about fine motor skills and why they are important to your child's development check out tinyurl.com/y8xxve4u or give our paediatric allied health team (who are experts in this area) a call on 5155 8370 (not the number on the weblink as they are based in SA); and for more information about Kindergym, scroll back through our timeline posts or contact our health promotion team on 5155 8300. ... See MoreSee Less