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  • Mental Health Services Accessibility Study

    It is NOT necessary to have used mental health services or to think that you might use them in the future to participate, we are simply interested in community views. It is hoped that results can be used to draw attention to barriers to access to psychological services for older adults and to eventually make services more available to those who need and want them.Human Research Ethics Approval – No: H17REA059 (v2).

    Participants are asked to fill out several questionnaires on-line, which is expected to take about 30 to 40 minutes.Responses are anonymous. To participate go to

    If you prefer to have a hard copy of the questionnaires to complete, please contact Professor Knight at, or 07 4631 1480 and leave your address. Hard copies can be returned anonymously.

  • ALGWA Leadership Forum - 1-2 August 2019

  • Exciting Professional Development Opportunity

    These courses are being offered exclusively for the Department and ALGWA and will not be public events.

    As part of the scholarship the Department will also consider funding airfares and accommodation (via reimbursement) from qualifying small rural and remote and indigenous Councils.

    Further information will be provided once course dates have been confirmed.

    In the meantime, if you would like any further information about the courses, please contact the Secretary, Ms Karen Murray on

  • Announcing the 2018 Churchill Fellowship Recipients

  • Labour pledges $400m superannuation boost for women

    This means a woman with two children will be $20,000 better off and a woman with three children will be $30,000 better off.

    Single, older women are the most at risk of ending up homeless.

    Bill Shorten stated that women retire on average $113,000 worse off than men. He also stated that 'a husband is not a retirement plan'.

  • Australian Gender Equality Council

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