Wellbeing Wednesday: 6 September 2017

The Victorian Better Health Channel https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/# is a fantastic resource for parents/carers and families to access FREE health and lifestyle related information.

 

There is an A-Z ‘searchable’ list of almost every medical condition you can think of… lets start with the ‘old favourite’… Head Lice.

First: visit the homepage https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/#

Click on “Conditions and Treatments” tab…

Use the A-Z guide on the right hand side to search the condition you’re looking for… in this case, H for Head Lice…

Click on the link (in green) and the following information comes up on screen.

Scroll down…

Keep scrolling…

keep going… there’s lots of information!

Useful subheadings provide shortcuts within the page…

 

And there we have it… happy exploring, but please remember…

WELLBEING WEDNESDAY 9 August 2017

Each Wednesday I am going to highlight some Community links, services, resources and fun activities for the week.

If you have any requests for specific information, please let me know in the ‘replies’ section and I’ll find what I can for you!

 

The Southern Migrant & Refugee Centre is located in Dandenong, but has ‘outreach’ services available to the Cranbourne area.

They are a not-for-profit community based agency, in operation since 1993. SMRC provide services to migrants and refugees living in the southern region of Melbourne, covering the local government areas of City of Greater Dandenong, City of Casey and Shire of Cardinia and surrounding areas. They consult regularly with the community to learn about their various client needs and issues, providing support, information and consultation to committees, groups and meetings at local, regional, State and Commonwealth levels.  provide support and assistance to new and emerging community groups and we assist them with office accommodation and the use of our facilities. SMRC is an accredited organisation, with 61 office-based staff, full-time and part-time, 95 bilingual personal workers, and 100 volunteers.

Check out this video of what SMRC do… www.youtube.com/embed/Foe0hcFVr50

And find them here… http://www.smrc.org.au/