Use your experience as a carer to stand up for and represent the rights of all carers in your community. Benefits of the program include the opportunity to meet and
Use your experience as a carer to stand up for and represent the rights of all carers in your community. Benefits of the program include the opportunity to meet and discuss issues with other carers, learn new skills, develop confidence, make a real difference to the way carers are treated in the WA health and mental health systems – and so much more!
Attend our upcoming Carer Representation Orientation, a half-day workshop which shows how your lived-experience can influence change within health and mental health services.
Cost: Free to attend.
RSVP is essential for catering purposes, morning tea and lunch will be provided.
(Wednesday) 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
The Carers Centre
182 Lord Street, Perth
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