Carers living in Coffs Harbour, Dubbo and Sydney are invited to express their interest in the Carers in the Kitchen cooking workshops with My Kitchen Rules finalists, Helena and Vikki Moursellas.
The free workshops will take place in June / July and will focus on simple and healthy recipes that can be easily made at home, when you’re short on time or lacking a bit of inspiration.
Dates and locations will be announced very soon. Register your interest online to receive updates on the Carers in the Kitchen workshops.
To be eligible to attend a workshop, you must;
Supporting carers in General Practice is a full day interactive workshop which focuses on the relationship between GPs and carers, and the opportunity this relationship presents for reducing incidents, relapses and critical events. The workshop aims to encourage GPs to engage carers as partners in care to improve patient safety, quality of care and health and wellbeing.
The Moving Forward workshops have been developed for parents and guardians of children with disability aged 4 – 7 years, who are preparing for or have recently entered primary school.
The focus of the workshops is to enable parents and guardians to better support their child through this transition period while learning more about systems, therapies and supports available for their child, when the Better Start funding period concludes.
Where do you start when setting up a carer support group?
This free workshop covers the basics of setting up a carer support group and addresses common questions and considerations for new facilitators.
The workshop is available to service providers and carers who are considering setting up / have recently set up a carer support group.
Find out more on the Carer support groups: Setting up a carer support group page or by contacting the Education and Training Team on 02 9280 4744 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The success of a carer support group often relies on the abilities of the facilitator.
Carer Support Groups: A workshop for facilitators is a free one day interactive workshop covering a range of topics relating to the role of carer support group facilitator.
The workshop is available to service providers who currently facilitate / are interested in facilitating a carer support group.
The Mental Health Respite: Carer support program provides a varied program of events and support for carers of people living with mental illness in the Botany Bay and Randwick or Cessnock, Maitland, Newcastle and Port Stephens council areas.
Find out more on the Education for carers of people living with mental illness page or by contacting the Mental Health Respite team on 02 9280 4744 or email@example.com.
The Supported Decision Making workshops focus on strategies to build the skill and capacity of young people with disability, aged 14-18 years, and their families and carers to make informed decisions about the life they want to live.
The workshops also offer a framework for improving the capacity of families and carers as ‘supporters’ so they can assist children and young people with disability make decisions, enabling them to move away from substituted decision making towards a more person centred approach.
The free workshops run throughout NSW and are open to young people with disability, aged 14-18, and their families and carers. Find out more on the Supported Decision Making workshop page or contact the Education team on 02 9280 4744 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Therapeutic counselling groups focus specifically on the wellbeing of carers and offer emotional support, practical support strategies and an opportunity to connect with other carers.
The groups are facilitated by trained counsellors in person or over the phone and each group runs for a number of weeks.
Carers NSW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land, Elders past and present and all Aboriginal people.