Setting Sale for Gippsland

What a week it has been…. Following on from Wednesday morning’s launch of the first ever jointly commissioned edition of ‘Securing Their Future’ – an information booklet for parents, relatives and significant others caring for Victorians with a decision-making disability… Read More ›

Invisibility, a power you really don’t want

As a child, did you ever wish for the power of invisibility? This week I had the opportunity to experience it, not as a power, but as a consequence of participating in The Big Issue’s fourth annual International Vendor Week…. Read More ›

Reconnect, Share and Learn – the time is now

Earlier this month, the State Library of Victoria hosted its twelfth annual Family History Feast. Dealing with the subject of World War I, a range of fascinating subjects were discussed throughout the day, including the role of Australian women in… Read More ›

State Trustees and Alzheimer’s Australia Vic launch new partnership

Today is World Elder Abuse Day and while that is no cause for celebration, it is a significant milestone date that should make all of us stop and think; do I know anyone who has suffered from such abuse? Could… Read More ›

Powerful connections between artist and audience

I recently read an article explaining the importance of art in our lives. Without question, making time for more art is good for all of us. It has the power to stir creativity, to challenge our thinking and even bring… Read More ›

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