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Tackling the Challenge - Talking Men's Health (TTC) The TTC...

Posted by Brendan Bennett - 19th Feb 20, 09:30 AM

Tackling the Challenge - Talking Men's Health (TTC) The TTC project collects stories from men in South Western Sydney about how they have overcome any challenge in their life and the help seeking they used along the way. Sharing stories of getting through these times can help other men in the community. Examples of stories could include – mental illness, migration, unemployment, divorce, grief, isolation, addiction, physical health conditions and chronic illness.

South Coast Child Wellbeing Network Conference 2018Workshop Expressions of Interest...

Shared by Michelle Woszatka - 25th Jan 18, 01:00 PM

South Coast Child Wellbeing Network Conference 2018 Workshop Expressions of Interest are now open Theme: Engaging and Collaborating with Children and Families Services / agencies and professionals within the Illawarra / Shoalhaven are invited to submit an abstract for the 2018 South Coast Child Wellbeing Network conference to be held on the 11th September 2018 in Kiama. see attachment for more information. All submissions must be forwarded to: [email protected]

FINAL RECRUITMENT CALL FOR CLINICAL WEIGHT LOSS TRIALFast vs...

Posted by TEMPO Diet Trial - 30th Jun 16, 11:05 AM

FINAL RECRUITMENT CALL FOR CLINICAL WEIGHT LOSS TRIAL Fast vs. Slow Weight Loss: Which is Better? The Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise & Eating Disorders at the University of Sydney is seeking participants for a head-to-head comparison of the health benefits of fast vs slow weight loss. You will receive a free 12-month weight loss program including 16 free dietary consultations with an Accredited Practising Dietitian to help you achieve your weight loss goals.

Fast vs. Slow Weight Loss: Which is Better?The Boden...

Posted by TEMPO Diet Trial - 27th May 16, 10:36 AM

Fast vs. Slow Weight Loss: Which is Better? The Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise & Eating Disorders at the University of Sydney is seeking participants for a head-to-head comparison of the health benefits of fast vs slow weight loss. You will receive a free 12-month weight loss program including 16 free dietary consultations with an Accredited Practising Dietitian to help you achieve your weight loss goals. GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Small Group Training for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability

Event shared by Eilen Nova - 14th Jan 16, 10:53 PM

Fit n Able's desire is to improve the health of people with Intellectual Disability by delivering the same high standards of fitness training offered by mainstream personal trainers & gyms.

All Small Group Training sessions are social and fun! Maximum 10 people per session. We keep numbers small so we can tailor the programs to your specific needs whilst you enjoy the motivation of working with a team.

Each week we have different types of sessions:
Boxing or Circuit training

Small Group Training for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability

Event shared by Eilen Nova - 14th Jan 16, 10:53 PM

Fit n Able's desire is to improve the health of people with Intellectual Disability by delivering the same high standards of fitness training offered by mainstream personal trainers & gyms.

All Small Group Training sessions are social and fun! Maximum 10 people per session. We keep numbers small so we can tailor the programs to your specific needs whilst you enjoy the motivation of working with a team.

Each week we have different types of sessions:
Boxing or Circuit training

Small Group Training for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability

Event shared by Eilen Nova - 14th Jan 16, 10:53 PM

Fit n Able's desire is to improve the health of people with Intellectual Disability by delivering the same high standards of fitness training offered by mainstream personal trainers & gyms.

All Small Group Training sessions are social and fun! Maximum 10 people per session. We keep numbers small so we can tailor the programs to your specific needs whilst you enjoy the motivation of working with a team.

Each week we have different types of sessions:
Boxing or Circuit training

Small Group Training for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability

Event posted by Eilen Nova - 14th Jan 16, 10:53 PM

Fit n Able's desire is to improve the health of people with Intellectual Disability by delivering the same high standards of fitness training offered by mainstream personal trainers & gyms.

All Small Group Training sessions are social and fun! Maximum 10 people per session. We keep numbers small so we can tailor the programs to your specific needs whilst you enjoy the motivation of working with a team.

Each week we have different types of sessions:
Boxing or Circuit training

Small Group Training for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability

Event shared by Eilen Nova - 14th Jan 16, 10:53 PM

Fit n Able's desire is to improve the health of people with Intellectual Disability by delivering the same high standards of fitness training offered by mainstream personal trainers & gyms.

All Small Group Training sessions are social and fun! Maximum 10 people per session. We keep numbers small so we can tailor the programs to your specific needs whilst you enjoy the motivation of working with a team.

Each week we have different types of sessions:
Boxing or Circuit training

Small Group Training for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability

Event shared by Eilen Nova - 14th Jan 16, 10:53 PM

Fit n Able's desire is to improve the health of people with Intellectual Disability by delivering the same high standards of fitness training offered by mainstream personal trainers & gyms.

All Small Group Training sessions are social and fun! Maximum 10 people per session. We keep numbers small so we can tailor the programs to your specific needs whilst you enjoy the motivation of working with a team.

Each week we have different types of sessions:
Boxing or Circuit training