Calling all Aboriginal artists!! If you have previously exhibited in the Karadi NAIDOC Art Exhibitions or would like to for the very first time this year, this message is for YOU.
We have secured a very very special spot for our exhibition this year with potential foot traffic of 12,000 and upwards during NAIDOC week.
If you would like the opportunity to exhibit your work this year please contact Karadi on 62723511 or email email@example.com for a registration form.
This is a very exciting opportunity for your work to be seen on such a large scale. We expect to have wide interest in exhibit space so we are limiting each artist to 2 PIECES ONLY.
Hurry to secure your spot, applications close June 20th.
Whats on this Week?: 7th - 11th April 2014
Walking Group 10am
Youth Group (12 - 17) 3pm - 5pm
HACC Day Club - 10am-2pm
Youth Group (6 - 11) 3pm - 5pm
Morning Tea 10:30am
Bootcamp 4pm - 4:45pm
Walking Group 10am
Experienced cook required for 8 Hours per Month. Includes a monthly community luncheons on the last Thursday of the month. Karadi’s Cook is responsible for organising nutritious meals and planning the menu in consultation with program coordinators. Please send expressions of interest to Rachel Coad firstname.lastname@example.org along with a current resume.
For more information please contact Karadi on 6272 3511
Karadi are pleased to announce that we have been funded to provide chronic disease case care coordination in the Northern Suburbs, particularly the 7030 area. This includes Bridgewater, Gagebrook, Brighton, Mangalore, Bagdad and surrounds.
Care coordinators provide intensive one-to-one support for Aboriginal people who have been diagnosed with a chronic condition or disease.
GP referral is required to access this free service. We can organise this for you if you haven't yet been referred.
The care coordination program aims to improve health by working with all primary health care providers involved in care of the patient to ensure patients are accessing services consistent with the care recommended by their GP.
Care coordinators provide culturally sensitive care, advocate on behalf of Aboriginal patients and have a good understanding of the local health system. They also assist patients to attend appointments and coordinate health care, liaise with all providers involved in the care of the patient, provide links to other community services that may be of benefit and help the patient to develop self-management skills.
Care coordinators have access to a flexible pool of funding that can provide financial assistance to ensure important follow-up care is continued or that specialist appointments, diagnostic tests or allied health appointments are accessed where these services are not otherwise available in a clinically acceptable timeframe. These ‘supplementary services’ funds can also be used by care coordinators to acquire some medical aids.
For more information please call contact our Aboriginal Health workers Dewayne or Emma on 6272 3511.