All Saints College, St Joseph's Campus, Lochinvar teacher, Michael Eccleston, began his 150km Refugee Awareness Run this afternoon (Friday) at St Joseph's High School, Aberdeen, surrounded by cheering staff and students.
Q My employer has recently announced big changes within our organisation. This news has greatly affected morale at work and many of my colleagues seem to have become caught up in negativity. I am also very disheartened by the proposed changes and find it difficult to stay focused on my day-to-day work. How do I get through this time of uncertainty?
Do you enjoy working with people? Have you ever considered working in the disabilities sector? If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions and are seeking a rewarding career working for a quality service provider, then CatholicCare invites you to attend its upcoming Disability Support Worker Information Session.
CatholicCare Refugee Service was delighted to host a stall at the Multicultural Neighbourhood Centre’s sixth annual expo in Lambton on 25 May.
CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning kicked off National Families Week (15-21 May) by inviting families involved in our Out of Home Care program to attend the Newcastle Knights vs Cronulla Sharks match at Hunter Stadium yesterday.
I recently lunched with a group of ladies I had never met, yet it was like breaking bread with long lost friends. They are warm-hearted, passionate, open-minded and driven. I asked many questions, perhaps too many; nevertheless, with each response they grew in enthusiasm and conviction. They are passionate about what they are doing − and helping others has helped them too.
Q My eight-year-old son has recently been diagnosed with ADHD and has been prescribed medication to help manage the condition. Although we are relieved that the medication has created a calmer home, I don’t want to rely on medication. Can you recommend any strategies to help us manage the ups and downs that come with ADHD?