Employment Opportunity at Wellington Primary Care Partnership A Primary Care Partnership is an alliance of health and community care agencies, working together to improve the health and wellbeing of their communities. The following position is available at the WPCP: Health Promotion Coordinator This is a full time role and Health Promotion experience is essential. The … [Read more...] about Health Promotion Coordinator Position Available!
The Working Well in Wellington project which is funded by WorkSafe WorkWell Mental Health Improvement Fund has now been running for two years. The team have piloted their project with Central Gippsland Health where they co-designed 13 strategies that employers can use to protect the mental wellbeing of shift workers. These were framed by five key organisational protective … [Read more...] about Working Well in Wellington Project Update
This Guide is for people in the Wellington Community to help plan interesting and fun activities that don’t cost a lot of money. In putting this guide together we asked for feedback and consulted with many people from the Wellington Community. There are many things in Wellington Shire that everybody can do. Included in this Guide is information on: Camping Events and … [Read more...] about Wellington Low Cost No Cost Guide – Third Edition 2020
Rates of family violence have increased substantially since COVID-19, and older people are at significant risk of abuse due to the increased isolation, reduction of home based services and supports. Perpetrators of violence chose their behaviours of control, violence and abuse and research has shown these behaviours increase during times of stress or anxiety. As a result, … [Read more...] about Elder Abuse and COVID-19
Nurses at Central Gippsland Health will trial state of the art bright light therapy glasses designed to help combat the demands of working a busy night shift. The trial is part of the Wellington Primary Care Partnership’s Working Well in Wellington project which aims to develop and trial a number of strategies to improve the mental wellbeing of shift workers. Wellington … [Read more...] about Shift Workers to Re-Time at Central Gippsland Health
Linda and Helen ventured to Mooney Valley Racecourse to attend the 2019 Communities in Control Conference. This is a an annual conference that is designed for the not-for-profit/voluntary sector and brings up to 500 community workers together from around Australia. This year’s theme was Get Angry - Then Get Organised. They met people working and volunteering in neighbourhood … [Read more...] about 2019 Communities in Control Conference