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21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka, Western Australia, Australia

A Support Group for male and female carers from CaLD communities who care for a family member or a significant other with mental health problems. Focuses on the emotional, social, cultural, religious and linguistic needs of the carer. Includes group programs, personal counselling, information sessions and training.

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To provide a warm and welcoming space for carers of anyone on the Autism spectrum to connect with each other. We also host regular speakers from outside agencies who can offer help and support to families and carers of people on the Autism spectrum.

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117 Gabriel Street Cloverdale WA 6105

A support group for carers of children or adults with a disability. Provides self help support and fellowship. Meetings are held monthly; except during school holidays. Please phone for details. Group also meets fortnightly at Miss Maud’s Belmont Forum.

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Provides a safe and relaxing place for parents and carers of special needs children. A place to share ideas, support and art therapy, and an opportunity to meet other parents who are in the same situation.

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80 Railway Street, Cottesloe Western Australia 6011, Australia

A positive and welcoming environment where people affected by Ocular Melanoma can come together to chat about feelings and coping strategies, support each other, develop friendships, share ideas and thoughts and obtain information from expert guest speakers and each other.

Attending a support group can help you feel empowered, inspired and increase your ability to cope through increased knowledge and understanding of melanoma, research and treatments. We invite guest speakers to deliver up to date information about melanoma, research, treatments and lifestyle options that can help your wellbeing.

Everyone is welcome at our support groups, including carers or family and friends. We recognise that being the carer of someone with melanoma can be stressful, confusing or throw you out of your comfort zone. Attending a support group with your loved one can help you understand more about how they are feeling and help ease the emotional load that you are carrying.

Call or email Support Services Coordinator Clare Moynihan for venue and time details, and to have a chat about what you can expect when you come to a meeting: 08 9322 1908/ support@melanomawa.org.au

Postal Address: PO Box 6173, Swanbourne, Western Australia 6010

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Bortolo Pavillion, Cnr Bortolo & Murdoch Drives, Mandurah, Western Australia, Australia 6210

A positive and welcoming environment where people affected by melanoma can come together to chat about feelings and coping strategies, support each other, develop friendships, share ideas and thoughts and obtain information from expert guest speakers and each other.

Attending a support group can help you feel empowered, inspired and increase your ability to cope through increased knowledge and understanding of melanoma, research and treatments. We invite guest speakers to deliver up to date information about melanoma, research, treatments and lifestyle options that can help your wellbeing.

Everyone is welcome at our support groups, including carers or family and friends. We recognise that being the carer of someone with melanoma can be stressful, confusing or throw you out of your comfort zone. Attending a support group with your loved one can help you understand more about how they are feeling and help ease the emotional load that you are carrying.

Call or email Support Services Coordinator Clare Moynihan for venue and time details, and to have a chat about what you can expect when you come to a meeting: 08 9322 1908/ support@melanomawa.org.au

 

Postal Address: PO Box 6173, Swanbourne, Western Australia 6010

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80 Railway Street, Cottesloe, Western Australia, Australia 6210

A positive and welcoming environment where people affected by melanoma can come together to chat about feelings and coping strategies, support each other, develop friendships, share ideas and thoughts and obtain information from expert guest speakers and each other.

Attending a support group can help you feel empowered, inspired and increase your ability to cope through increased knowledge and understanding of melanoma, research and treatments. We invite guest speakers to deliver up to date information about melanoma, research, treatments and lifestyle options that can help your wellbeing.

Everyone is welcome at our support groups, including carers or family and friends. We recognise that being the carer of someone with melanoma can be stressful, confusing or throw you out of your comfort zone. Attending a support group with your loved one can help you understand more about how they are feeling and help ease the emotional load that you are carrying.

Call or email Support Services Coordinator Clare Moynihan for venue and time details, and to have a chat about what you can expect when you come to a meeting: 08 9322 1908/ support@melanomawa.org.au

Postal Address: PO Box 6173, Swanbourne, Western Australia 6010

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80 Railway Street, Cottesloe, Western Australia, Australia 6210

A positive and welcoming environment where people affected by melanoma can come together to chat about feelings and coping strategies, support each other, develop friendships, share ideas and thoughts and obtain information from expert guest speakers and each other.

Attending a support group can help you feel empowered, inspired and increase your ability to cope through increased knowledge and understanding of melanoma, research and treatments. We invite guest speakers to deliver up to date information about melanoma, research, treatments and lifestyle options that can help your wellbeing.

Everyone is welcome at our support groups, including carers or family and friends. We recognise that being the carer of someone with melanoma can be stressful, confusing or throw you out of your comfort zone. Attending a support group with your loved one can help you understand more about how they are feeling and help ease the emotional load that you are carrying.

Call or email Support Services Coordinator Clare Moynihan for venue and time details, and to have a chat about what you can expect when you come to a meeting: 08 9322 1908/ support@melanomawa.org.au

Postal Address: PO Box 6173, Swanbourne, Western Australia 6010

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Dot's Place, 62 Forrest Avenue, Bunbury WA 6230, Australia

A positive and welcoming environment where people affected by melanoma can come together to chat about feelings and coping strategies, support each other, develop friendships, share ideas and thoughts and obtain information from expert guest speakers and each other.

Attending a support group can help you feel empowered, inspired and increase your ability to cope through increased knowledge and understanding of melanoma, research and treatments. We invite guest speakers to deliver up to date information about melanoma, research, treatments and lifestyle options that can help your wellbeing.

Everyone is welcome at our support groups, including carers or family and friends. We recognise that being the carer of someone with melanoma can be stressful, confusing or throw you out of your comfort zone. Attending a support group with your loved one can help you understand more about how they are feeling and help ease the emotional load that you are carrying.

Call or email Support Services Coordinator Clare Moynihan for venue and time details, and to have a chat about what you can expect when you come to a meeting: 08 9322 1908/ support@melanomawa.org.au

Postal Address: PO Box 6173, Swanbourne, Western Australia 6010

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MyTime is a free support group that is available for parents and carers of children living with a disability, developmental delay or chronic medical condition. The group provides:

  • An opportunity to meet other parents and carers
  • A chance to socialise, discuss and gain information
  • Activities available for pre-school children
  • Morning tea provided
  • Building a support network
  • Guest speakers
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27 Moore Street East Perth WA 6004

Outcare’s reintegration services help all Australians to fully engage with society in a positive, contributing manner.

 

We can assist anyone over 12 years of age and have programs dedicated to meet the needs of indigenous Australians. We offer support to help people regain direction and maintain positive social engagement. We have programs that build capacity for people experiencing barriers to entering the private rental market, and mature aged men and women seeking to re-enter the workforce after a period of unemployment.

 

We specialise in person centred care for people whose circumstances place them at risk of entry to the criminal justice system, or who are currently serving a sentence. We can provide support in prison, during release and after release to help rebuild positive lives, families and futures.

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Millers Bakehouse Museum, Corner Hammad and Baal Streets, Palmyra WA

To provide support and information to people with Parkinson’s and their families and to connect them with local services.

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Perth, Western Australia, Australia

We are a Peer Support Group, supporting Carers and People with Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSHD) and all other types of Muscular Dystrophies. We hold friendly and supportive lunch gatherings bi-monthly, on the last Sunday of the month: January, March, May, July, September and November. Come and check out our website and Facebook page for further information about our next meet ups (or catch ups).

Click here to view our Facebook page.

 

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Perth Western Australia, Australia

Closed Facebook support group for carers and adults with type 1 diabetes. Meets up socially and holds occasional events.

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c /- CoHMWA, PO Box 176, Cannington, WA, 6987

A network led by peer supporters to grow peer support in services and communities. We are a network led by peer supporters to advance peer support and the peer support workforce in Western Australia. The Network is open to everyone with an interest in peer support (people using the power of empathy from a shared experience), across all sectors and walks of life. We build knowledge, skills and work together to grow peer support through:
• Information and Education
• Newsletters
• Peer Supporters’ Network Meetings
• Peer to Peer Supervision for the Peer Workforce
• Special Events
• Global Peer Supporters Celebration Day

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