A Fairer World is hosting a special Hobart Human Library at Government House. This is both a fundraiser for our work in schools and an opportunity to experience the Hobart Human Library as it is run as part of our workplace diversity and inclusion training program.
Mental Health Families and Friends and Mental Health Victoria are inviting family/carers of people with a psychosocial disability and a NDIS plan to come to a workshop and tell us what you think makes a good NDIS worker.
Advocacy Tasmania is hosting a free online community forum for anybody who wants to learn more about the Disability Royal Commission (DRC) and supports that are available to those who are making/might wish to make submissions. People with disabilities, carers, support staff, family & friends, or anybody interested is welcome to attend.
Palliative Care Tasmania are running a free community online education sessions about end-of-life issues. Learn how to plan, what to consider, who is involved in care, how to stay well for longer, how to support others, advance care planning and how to have conversations around end of life wishes.
Everyone loves a party and this one celebrates Purple Day in Epilepsy Awareness Month. Enjoy drinks, canapes and conversations while browsing photographs from Epilepsy Tasmania\’s My Journey Exhibition and paintings for auction by notable Tasmanians in the ballroom of the beautiful Hobart Town Hall.
These events, run every three months, are an opportunity for mental health families and friends (informal support people) to directly receive updates on what is happening in the sector. They are not open to service providers, but are designed for the mental health supporter community.
As part of Advance Care Planning Week Palliative Care Tasmania is running a free Community Information Day about ageing and planning ahead.
Free community online education sessions about end-of-life issues. Learn how to plan, what to consider, who is involved in care, how to stay well for longer, how to support others, advance care planning and how to have conversations around end-of-life wishes.
Two days to learn and celebrate place-based collaboration in Tasmania… Be the change! ChangeFest is the National Celebration of place-based social change and on the road events in different local communities across Australia.
mental health families & friends TASMANIA offers state-wide peer support sessions for families and friends who support a person with mental ill health.