Let us know your thoughts on Housing Connect services in Southern Tasmania. Your feedback will help us to continue to improve the experience of people accessing our services.
Communities, Sport and Recreation would like to hear your views on the multi-purpose rooms that are to be developed as a part of the New Indoor Multi-sports Facility at Glenorchy. This survey seeks your views about the potential uses, fit-out requirements and management strategies applicable to the facility’s multi-purpose rooms.
COVID-19 has meant many changes at Women’s Health Tasmania, so we’re looking at what services we will provide in the future and what is the best way we can provide them. You are an important stakeholder with an interest in how our organisation works. Would you mind completing a short survey about WHT and how you think it is working?
Every three years the State Government funds independent researchers to review the social and economic impact of gambling in Tasmania. Have your say by completing an easy online form which will go directly to the researchers.
Anglicare Tasmania’s Social Action and Research Centre would like to hear from you if you are a service provider working with people who live with hoarding and/or challenges maintaining a healthy home. You may work within aged care, community services, mental health, disability services, housing support or provision. We are holding a series of focus groups via Zoom from 12
Children’s Week is a celebration of children, and what better way to do that than have a whole week packed full of fun events especially designed for children and families to enjoy.
The Draft Tasmanian Renewable Energy Action Plan, designed in a version for children and young people, is recognition of the importance of consulting with them. The CCYP encourages children and young people children and young people to have their say, and indeed all Tasmanians.
Healthy Tasmania is hosting a series of online sessions. Each 90-minute session is free and will include local insights from specialist presenters, question and answer sessions, in-depth group discussions; and
Practical ideas you can use to promote health and wellbeing.
The new National Disability Information Gateway includes information on services and supports available to all people with disability in Australia, even if they aren’t an NDIS participant.
Health Consumers Tasmania is currently going through a process of asking its supporters and colleagues to evaluate how it is performing and help plan the future. Patient, carers, and community workers/representatives are invited to speak with us in group discussions.