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Bill Shorten Oct 15
Honoured to be able to speak at this Carers Breakfast in Canberra on National Carers Week
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Caring Fairly Oct 15
Unpaid carers who support a friend or family member with mental ill-health provide $14 billion worth of caring services a year. This National Carers Week, we thank Amaya and all those in caring roles for their enormous contribution. 1/2
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Anne Muldowney Oct 13
Catherine Barrett announces Mr Velvet Ears going to House of Lords in 2020
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Caring Fairly Oct 13
There are 2.7 million unpaid carers like Jo in Australia. This National Carers Week, we thank Jo and all those in caring roles for their enormous contribution. Australia’s reliance on unpaid carers is unsustainable and unfair. 1/2
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Caring Fairly Oct 17
To raise awareness of the Caring Fairly campaign, we are holding town hall sessions across the country. The next town hall will be in Melbourne in the coming months. Keep an eye on our social media channels to find out how you can be involved.
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News Breakfast Oct 16
AFLW star was heartbroken when her sister Vinny's school — which taught adults with intellectual disabilities — was shut down. Today, during Week, Moana announced she has opened a new school and welcomed back the old students and staff.
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Sam Connor Oct 17
I want respite from and the politicians who keep trying to break our NDIS and undermine our rights.
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Carers SA Oct 20
A huge thank you to the carers of SA and to all of you who celebrated the commitment of during National Carers Week
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Rey Reodica Oct 15
Address from at . Says Carers are struggling with long delays in the system caused by the NDIA staffing cap. Means NDIA staff can’t meet the demands of the participants and Carers. Calls on govt to scrap the cap
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Margie Anderson @ #LibTech19 Oct 13
It’s Carers Week and a great time to say that of all the roles I play being carer to this amazing person is the greatest joy of my life. I’d also like to thank friends and colleagues who support my carer role and help me maintain the professional/parental balance.
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WGEA Oct 15
1 in 8 people in Australia are carers. One way employers can support their own carer-employees is to offer formal and informal flexible working arrangements. Read more:
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Mission Australia Oct 13
It's National Carers Week. Thank you to all the carers across Australia for your dedication and support. It’s important that we remember to care for the carers too, so that they feel supported & connected within their communities.
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TKariotis Oct 16
Replying to @TimothyKariotis
I know it can sometimes feel like you're invisible in the system and that what you do is not "legitimate." We're not represented in popular culture or discourse. But let me be clear, you matter, what you do is important, and you have every right to ask for support 2/4
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Stroke Foundation Oct 13
Tell Us Why You Care this National Carers Week!
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Comcare Oct 13
1 in 8 Australian employees are balancing caring responsibilities while working. This week is National Carers week. Take time to think about how you can support carers within your workplace
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Arafmi Ltd Oct 16
This week recognises and celebrates the contribution that unpaid carers make across Australia. From all of us here at Arafmi, we want to let you all know that you are awesome!
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WGEA Oct 13
This week is National Carers Week! It is important that all carers receive the right support to ensure that they are well enough to look after their loved ones. Learn how employers can support their own carer-employees:
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Everymind Oct 28
At today's morning tea we celebrated family & friend , shared lived experience & support, & had a first look at Minds Together, an online resource being developed for carers of people with mental ill-health. It was a fantastic event.
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Every Australian Counts Oct 15
Rachel Siewert at Carers Week event noting that it is also Anti Poverty Week - and that the two are connected. Many people with disability and their families live in poverty.
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Luke Donnellan MP Oct 15
Carers can now enjoy more of what Victoria has to offer with half price weekday travel, free weekend travel & more than 4000 extra concessions across the state. We value the work they do & this will make life just that little bit easier.
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