Provides advocacy and support and referral pathways for physical and mental health, juvenile justice, education, employment, counselling, transport and assistance, listening and yarning.
Peak body and support services for family carers. Supports include counselling, advisory, systemic advocacy, social support, education and training. Young Carers. Carer Representation and Participation and Prepare to Care Hospital program.
An online forum to improve knowledge and understanding about chronic pain across Australia. Promotes better understanding amongst health professionals and works towards supported self-management of pain.
GAIN is a not-for profit organisation run by volunteers who dedicate their time to creating a world where every woman has the opportunity, knowledge, confidence & support to obtain optimal gynaecological & sexual health. GAIN Inc. is an ACNC registered organisation.
Support Group Meetings are held bi-monthly on a Saturday.
An informal, quiet place to share support and information on all gynaecological issues. Including undiagnosed, persisitent, pelvic pain.
What: Support Group.. 12pm – 2 pm.
When: BI – Monthly See update on home page. (usually second Saturday of every second month) Feb. April. June. August. Oct. Dec.
Where: GAIN office. 10A Hensman Rd. Subiaco. Next to King Edward Memorial Hospital.
For more Info Follow GAIN on https://www.facebook.com/GAINinc and https://instagram.com/gynae.awareness.network?igshid=mc401kylttho
Our main aim is to provide well supported information to our members in all aspects of tick borne illness and we pride ourselves in providing extra support in the areas of mental well-being, supported infrastructure where possible, and connection with other related support groups. We also aim to support our medical staff, both members and non-members in their crucial job to find the answers in helping those who are in dire need of medical and mental health attention.
Contact Theresa or Mariska for meetings Info.
Takes a broad approach to the self-management of chronic pain, focusing on education and empowering people living with chronic pain. Clients are taught strategies for active self – management and given the most up to date information on chronic pain from specialists in the field.
Provides support to people who are having difficulty in coping with Peripheral Neuropathy. Services include advice and information; literature and support group meetings.
The service aims to improve the lives of individuals with Williams Syndrome and their families, to locate individuals with the syndrome and their families and to disseminate medical, educational and assistance group information.