Today I will share with you some of the learnings and approaches we are taking in Tasmania – and equally, I know I will learn from you throughout the day to be able to apply your learnings to where we go next.
There will be a number of opportunities for the Tasmanian Community Sector to be involved in this project during 2017, including through surveys, interviews and roundtable discussions.
“More than 10,000 Tasmanians work in the community services sector, accounting for nearly 4% of the State’s total workforce,” Ms Goodes said.
The TasCOSS Board is representative of its Membership.
CEO, Mental Health Council of Tasmania
TasCOSS provides background and media comment on a wide range of issues.
Health literacy is the knowledge and skills needed to access, understand, and use information related to physical, mental and social wellbeing.
While reform is constant in our sector, we are in an unprecedented period of accelerating and multi-layered change.