Tune in to hear ConnectGroups talk all things peer support!
Featuring interviews with Support Group leaders and advocates, conversations with volunteers about how they are making a difference in the community, and educational episodes tailored for new and established Support Groups. Listen now by clicking the links below.
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How to Coordinate a Facebook Support Group
ConnectGroups’ Media and Communications Officer Amanda Muir provides some some top tips on Coordinating a Facebook Support Group.
Rare, Genetic, Undiagnosed Conditions Sector
Radio Fremantle interviews ConnectGroups about its latest project focused on the Rare, Genetic, and Undiagnosed Conditions Sector.
Facilitating a Support Group
ConnectGroups’ Sector and Community Development Officer Tegan O’Rafferty provides a guide to facilitating a Support Group.
Radio Fremantle Interview
Radio Fremantle 107.9 FM interviews ConnectGroups about the value of Support Groups.
Val and Kathy's Crafty Kitchen
ConnectGroups chats with Val and Kathy’s Crafty Kitchen, a community group in Roebourne which provides a culturally-safe space for community.
Starting a Support Group
CEO Antonella Segre provides a step-by-step guide to starting a Support Group. A great listen for anyone starting a group, or those in the early development stage.
PIF: How to Prepare a Small Grant Application
Christine and Karen from our Small Grants Team provide a step-by-step guide to preparing an PIF Grant application.
Activate Mental Health
In this Support Group feature, ConnectGroups speaks with Rahul Seth, Founder of Activate Mental Health, which provides social connection for positive mental health.
The Inner Ninja Foundation
In this Support Group feature, ConnectGroups speaks with Stef Caminiti, Founder and CEO of The Inner Ninja Foundation, a mental health organisation and peer Support Group.
Cycling Without Age Perth
ConnectGroups speaks with Karen O’Connor about Cycling Without Age, a free program that provides leisurely trishaw rides to the elderly and people with limited mobility.