CatholicCare invites you to attend one of their information sessions about autism.
Players and spectators alike can expect much more than a mere game of rugby league when the Taree Bulls next compete against Forster Tuncurry’s Hawks. Beyond tackles and tries, the event will see players don white and take a pledge to raise awareness about domestic violence.
NAIDOC Week is being celebrated 3-10 July. Originally, ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’, NAIDOC has evolved into an annual, week-long celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Q My father-in-law recently died from cancer. This was difficult for all of us but particularly difficult for my seven-year-old son. Although my father-in-law eventually died peacefully in his sleep, my son overheard us talking about this. Since then, my son has become afraid of sleeping alone and says that he is scared he could die in his sleep too. How can I make this better for him?
For 47-year-old Gordon, relocating to CatholicCare’s supported accommodation in early 2015 resulted in a number of benefits.
At the international level, daily news seems increasingly defined by stories of religious intolerance, terror attacks and polarising refugee debate. But as CatholicCare Refugee Service and members of the Hunter Region prepare for the 2016 Refugee Week, it is clear local attitudes tell a very different story.