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This program offers individual and small group counselling, support and education for specific sexuality and / or relationship needs. Offers clinic service with doctor or nurse practitioner. Bulk billed to concession card holders. Medicare rebate plus $10 for non concession card holders to consult with doctor or straight $10 to see nurse practitioner.

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Available services include: information; counselling; community education; support networks; lending library; camps; hospital support; seminars. Outreach service available. Field officer conducts lectures, first aid instruction.

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Women's Health North West

TAS, Australia

Women's Information Line Freecall: 1800 675 028. Women's Health Tasmania provides information on: Women's Health Issues; Midlife Services: Screening Promotion.

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Provides information on all aspects of cancer. Administers the statewide Breast Prosthesis Scheme and provides financial assistance for people with cancer. Support groups to enable people to discuss issues and provide peer support.

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A booklet produced by the Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources, with the aim of helping older drivers to continue driving - safely!

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Women's Health North

TAS, Australia

Provides access to informed choices for women and service providers. Services include workshops, group work, a library with tapes, videos, pamphlets and books. Free and confidential information and referral service for women. Wednesday each week is a drop in day to see one of the workers. The Midlife Service provides information on menopause and other mid life issues affecting women. Newly established support group for those who have lost a baby through miscarriage or stillbirth.

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Sexual Health Service

TAS, Australia

Promoting and maintaining sexual health offering clinical services, education, counselling and resource services.

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A prevention and education program service on drug and alcohol issues. The DEN works alongside young people, parent and community groups.Provides information, health promotion and referral to appropriate services. Free Statewide information and referral helpline on 1300 369 319.

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The mission of the Cancer Council Tasmania is to minimise the impact of cancer on all Tasmanians. It achieves this by co-ordinating and providing programs of public awareness, education, research and support, and advocacy for cancer related issues.

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The Child Health Association is a voluntary organisation that promotes the health, and supports the social needs, of children and their families. The CHA is a statewide network of Parent Groups that work with all the Family, Child and Youth Health Services. Together we support parents and focus on the health and wellbeing of parents.

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Children and Family Services consists of a range of complementary services for children, young people, families, individuals and the communities that support them. The Service aims to improve the health and wellbeing and the safety of these clients and are delivered through: : Child Protection Services : Adoption and Information Service : Family Violence Counselling and Support Service : Sexual Assault and Support Services (provided by Community Sector Organisations) : Child health and ParentingServices (child health centres, parenting centres, child development units) : Gambling Support Bureau

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The role of the Policy Officer is to promote the health and wellbeing of culturally and linguistically diverse people, providing a single point of contact and liaison for individuals, communities and organisations and assisting the Department of Health and Human Services to be responsive to the specific needs and circumstances of Tasmanian migrants.

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Health and Fitness Program for Older People: 'Reachout' is designed to increase participation in exercise and health promotion activities for people over 55 living in Kingborough or Hobart Municipalities, enabling them to maintain their independence and enhance their quality of life while living at home.

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Promotes the welfare and interests of people with paraplegia or quadriplegia, and assists members of this group, and people with other disabilities, to retain their independence. Operates a medical supply and equipment hire service - Independence Solutions (see individual entry for this service)

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The aim of the Unit is to contribute to an improvement in the health and wellbeing outcomes of the entire population and to reduce inequalities between population groups.

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Collection, generation and distribution of information, literature and other resources to increase awareness, understanding and interest of mens issues and mens health in the general community. Supports and promotes the formation of 'mens groups' and facilitates a bi-annual Mens Gathering (State-wide event).

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Lions Eye Health Program

TAS, Australia

Our aim is to make members of the community over the ages of 45 years more aware of loss of eye sight and the preventions and treatment of glaucoma and diabetes related loss of sight.

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Central Highlands Regional Health Service provide additional Primary Health Care services, additional Youth Health services to meet identified priority needs. Additional Allied Health Services (Podiatry, Mental Health, Social Work) Co-ordination of health with Central Highlands Region. Community participation in identifying priority health needs. Staff include a full time Primary Health Care Co-ordinator, a part time Youth Health Worker and part time Administration Support.

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Save a Mate (SAM) is a drug education program and first aid course specifically designed for alcohol and other drug-related emergencies. It aims to reduce the harm associated with substance use, particularly with young people.

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Australian Red Cross provides a variety of school based programs which encourage young peoples' involvement in health promotion, community service, international friendship and promotion of humanitarian principles.

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So SAFE! is an innovative approach to teaching social safety and sexuality education to people with intellectual disabilities. SoSAFE! uses visual and conceptual tools which are designed to promote social safety through: . A simplified and rule-governed model of social reality. . Teaching the type and degree of verbal and physical intimacy appropriate with different categories of people. . Teaching strategies for moving into relationships in a safe and measured manner. . Providing visual communication tools for reporting physical and sexual abuse. . Facilitating and maintaining support networks. This one-day course has been designed for people with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities, and is run according to demand. Contact Family Planning Tasmania to express interest.

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