In Western Australia, hundreds of Peer Support Groups and other Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) provide crucial support for those living with rare, genetic, and undiagnosed conditions. During the current pandemic of COVID-19, these individuals are amongst the most vulnerable in our community.
Commissioned by the WA Department of Health (Office of Population Health Genomics), the project aims to understand the challenges faced by Peer Support Groups and NGOs working in this sector. ConnectGroups will also recommend support and training strategies that the Department can undertake to ensure the long-term capacity and capability of these services.
The Strategy outlines the program’s objective, target groups, partnerships, and timeline.
Click here to view the Program Strategy.
Provide your Input
If you lead a Support Group or organisation that supports Western Australians living with rare, genetic, or undiagnosed conditions, we invite you to provide your input by completing an online survey.
Click here to start the survey.
For more information on this project, please contact:
Program Coordinator: Robbie Glyde
(08) 9364 6909
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