Mid North Local Health Cluster Community

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Local Health Clusters engage with the community to make sure funding and programs are Patient centred, Cost effective, Locally relevant & Aligned to existing local health care.

Local Health Clusters engage with the community to make sure funding and programs are Patient centred, Cost effective, Locally relevant & Aligned to existing local health care.

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    Small grants make big impact across country SA - Heaps Good Day sends a heaps good message

    about 2 years ago

    Orroroo Area School used its grant to hold a Heaps Good Day. As the name implies, the intention was to hold a fun, creative day for students but with an important underlying message - anti-bullying.

    “We wanted to use a positive approach to launch our anti-bullying campaign and blend it with other health strategies,’ said Orroroo Area School teacher Gaye Kuerschner.

    “Our students know bullying is wrong, but we wanted to tackle it in an innovative way that really allowed them take on board the impacts of bullying, by thinking about it in a different way.”

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    Small grants make big impact across country SA - Jamestown men turn out in force for fitness classes

    about 2 years ago

    In Jamestown, Lisa Sartorio Physiotherapy used the grant to fund the running of Men’s Powerhouse Fitness Classes to promote men’s mental and physical health. Local men showed great interest in the classes and, in response to the demand, two more rounds of the six-week sessions were offered for men from the Jamestown community.

    “I have not only enjoyed health improvement from the physical activity, but I have also greatly enjoyed the social interaction,” regular class participant Brenton Kupke said.

    “I have felt more alert, enjoyed improved stamina and appreciated a lift in my mental health

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