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October 2018

Vicarious Trauma Workshop – 18 October

18 October 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Grafton – The Mercy Centre, Cnr Victoria & Villiers Street
Grafton,NSW2460Australia
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$200 1 ticket left

This workshop is for anyone working / supporting in the human services sector whose clients have experiences of traumatic life events, including physical, emotional, psychological abuse. Participation Price: $200 Learning detailed accounts of these experiences and / or supporting clients through them can be stressful and distressing for the support worker as a natural part of connecting and empathising.  An accumulation of this stress can be damaging and result in burnout among other consequences, if not addressed.  The workshop will…

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Free Information Session for carers of a person living with dementia – Yamba

23 October 2018 @ 9:15 am - 2:30 pm
Yamba Bowling Club, 44 Wooli Street
Yamba,NSW2480Australia
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Free 17 spots left

This free workshop is for family carers to help them understand dementia, communicate effectively and plan for the future. Participants will learn about the causes of dementia, the importance of diagnosis and early planning. The session will also explore changes in communication that occur for a person with dementia, problems that may arise from communication breakdown and helpful suggestions for easing communication challenges for the person with dementia. As a carer, attending this information session will provide you with: Opportunities…

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November 2018

Free Information Session for carers of a person living with dementia – Banora Point

15 November 2018 @ 9:15 am - 2:30 pm
Banora Point Community Centre, Cnr Leisure Dr & Woodlands Dr
Banora Point,NSW2486Australia
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Free 14 spots left

This free workshop is for family carers to help them understand dementia, communicate effectively and plan for the future. Participants will learn about the causes of dementia, the importance of diagnosis and early planning. The session will also explore changes in communication that occur for a person with dementia, problems that may arise from communication breakdown and helpful suggestions for easing communication challenges for the person with dementia. As a carer, attending this information session will provide you with: Opportunities…

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December 2018

Cultural Competence Program – helping organisations benefit from cultural diversity and inclusion

31 December 2018
Lismore,2480Australia + Google Map

E-learning: three hour course Participation cost to access the e-learning through Social Futures is $35 In this course participants will learn that cultural diversity and inclusion is good for workplace well-being as well as making business sense. The course includes a great selection of multimedia learning content including 75 short films, animations and interactive activities, including real people telling real stories. Participants will gain practical skills (including verbal and non-verbal communication) and cultural specific knowledge for use at work and…

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Registration, Payment and Cancellation Policy:

Registration is required to secure your place in Social Futures’ workshops. For fee-paying workshops, you may pay by credit card or by Electronic Funds Transfer upon check out. Your registration details will be confirmed upon receipt of your payment.

As we are a not for profit organisation we are unable to provide refunds, but are if you are unable to attend, you may transfer your place to another person who meets the entry criteria. Please let us know of any changes to the participants who will attend.

Workshops may occasionally be cancelled due to insufficient numbers. If this is necessary, we will notify you as soon as possible and a full refund will be given.

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