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Hi everyone, Hope you are all staying well, With many of us working from home, its important we continue to look after ourselves. Our Program Manager Sharon has prepared a presentation with useful tips and tricks on making the most while in isolation. You can click here to view the presentation or email firstname.lastname@example.org to
Please find the link to the COVID-19 Member Newsletter Special below: https://www.grow.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/AprilMemberNewsletter-COVID.pdf The April Edition contains updates from Grow and articles from the community on how to manage social connection in these times of isolation. Hope you are all well in these difficult times, Grow Australia
MEDIA RELEASE Reducing COVID-19 social isolation by expanding Grow’s online mental health groups As we face uncertainty in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading mental health service provider Grow Australia is rapidly expanding its online mental health groups to ease the mental stress and anxiety of people facing social isolation and financial hardship. “With
A Message to All: David Butt, National CEO UPDATE: Coronavirus alert for Grow With cases of COVID-19 expanding exponentially across Australia, GROW has decided to close all face-to-face meetings after Thursday to protect the health and wellbeing of members and staff. All existing members will be offered video conferencing alternatives at the same time and
With the outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19, it is very understandable that people may be feeling isolated, anxious and overwhelmed by the actions being taken to prevent the rapid spread of the disease, constantly changing alerts and media coverage regarding the virus. While it is important to stay informed, Grow believes it’s vital to stay connected and continue looking after ourselves and
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Australia is increasing. Our community must act with urgency to reduce the spread of this virus among members, staff and others within our networks, as well as with families and the broader community. Many members of our community are at increased risk for severe disease and we encourage everyone to monitor