Tag Archives: community engagement
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District | Engagement Opportunities
National Disability Insurance Scheme | Webinar
Community Representative Opportunity | Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital
Community Representative Opportunity | Port Kembla Hospital
Planning Health Services | Have Your Say
COTA NSW | Consumer Surveys
Let’s talk about where you live!
COTA NSW is seeking your opinion about housing.
Every year COTA NSW surveys people over 50 around NSW about the policy issues that affect their everyday lives.
Housing is a hot topic in NSW. We are asking people aged 50 and over about where they are living, and where they hope to live as they age.
Can you afford to stay living where you are or do you think you’ll either want, or need to move to another community in the future?
Have you ever thought about whether the house you are living now will still suit your needs as you grow older?
Click here to tell us how you feel about your housing options in terms of affordability, availability and design.
The information you provide in this survey will be used to inform our policy and advocacy efforts. By completing our survey, you’ll help us pinpoint emerging issues and shape current debates about housing in NSW in years to come.
To learn more about COTA NSW go to www.cotansw.com.au or call COTA NSW on (02) 9286 3860.
A FREE community forum | Shoalhaven Dealing with Drugs
This innovative forum will look at how drugs are impacting on the Shoalhaven and how we, as a community, can deal with it.
There will be a number of speakers including Brian Francis from Stimulant Services at St Vincent’s Hospital.
Norman Booker from the Surry Hill Community Drug Action Team will be master of Ceremonies for the day.
There will be local services showcasing their services so you will have plenty of opportunity to see what we have in our local community.
From 9.30-3 at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre (Studio)
To register P | 44480200
Community Connections Team | Newsletter
If you would like to find out what has been happening in the Community Connections Team at Shellharbour City Council, please click on the link to read the latest Community Connections E-Newsletter.