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5 ways to practise gratitude in 2023

How to practise gratitude this holiday season, reflect on the past year and plan for 2023 The holiday season is here and there are many things to look forward to. It could also be a good time to pause, reflect and show gratitude to your loved ones. The practice of gratitude […]

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Volunteers making a valuable contribution

Thinking of becoming a volunteer? People find volunteer work to be helpful as it enables them to connect with the community and feel a sense of purpose. At ACH Group, we welcome all enquiries about volunteering with us and take great pride in successfully matching a volunteer’s interests, skills, and […]

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Getting organised for Christmas

Getting organised for the festive season The festive season is upon us and there is a lot to consider – from card writing and mailing, list writing, gift wrapping, shopping for presents and posting gifts, putting up the Christmas tree and decorations, Christmas baking and Christmas events or entertaining – […]

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Social inclusion week

Social Inclusion Connect, collaborate & celebrate for social inclusion Social Inclusion Week (19 – 27 November 2022) aims to help all Australians feel included and valued, giving everyone the opportunity to participate fully in society. What is social inclusion? Social inclusion is defined as the process of improving the terms […]

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What is the role of an Occupational Therapist?

What is the role of an Occupational Therapist? There are a lot of misconceptions around the role of an Occupational Therapist. Often people are confused about the role and purpose of an Occupational Therapist (commonly known as an OT). Occupational Therapists work alonside people to determine challenges they might be […]

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What are the risks of being scammed?

Are you scam aware? Society’s growing reliance on technology is providing scammers with new opportunities to target Australians. First, it was mail scams then telephone scams. Nowadays the rise of digitalisation has provided scammers with an array of additional channels to execute their tactics. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission […]

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It’s time to Get Online

It’s time to Get Online! Get Online Week aims to close the digital divide. Campaign lead, Good Things Foundation Australia believes everyone deserves the opportunity to safely participate in our digital word. Research shows 1 in 4 Australians are digitally excluded which includes not having affordable access to the internet […]

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How a Support Worker can support your best life

How a Support Worker can support your best life How well do you know the role of a Support Worker and how they can support you to live well, enjoy favourite experiences or help you tick off your daily to-do list? What is a Support Worker? As the title suggests, […]

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Ageism: what is it?

Ageism: what is it? What is it like to grow older today? Age is one of the first things we notice about other people. It also shouldn’t be a reason why our older years can’t be some of the best of our lives. The definition of ageism Ageism can be […]

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Dementia Action Week

Dementia Action Week 19 – 25 September 2022 Dementia impacts close to half a million Australians and almost 1.6 million Australians are involved in their care.  People living with dementia can live active and fulfilling lives many years after diagnosis. A little support makes a big difference. The concept for […]

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