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The HSNet News group (previously HSNet Newsletter) includes information about developments and achievements in the human and justice services sector, the HSNet website and the HSNet team.

It reaches an audience of government, non-government and private providers and is also available for the public to view.

If you are working in the human and justice service sector, share your good news stories, project information, accomplishments or 'What's happening' by emailing [email protected] or you can even post it yourself.

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Donna Walshe posted in HSNet News  

23rd Jan 20, 09:27 AM
Updated 23rd Jan 20, 09:29 AM by Donna Walshe

HSNet Webinars 2020

Registrations are now open for the HSNet 2020 Live Webinars at https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/89897574433929485 or via the Book Now link on the 2020 calendar.

HSNet Webinars 2020

Registrations are now open for the HSNet 2020 Live Webinars at https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/89897574433929485 or via the Book Now link on the 2020 calendar.

Go to the E-learning page via the Support link in the footer of the webpage to find the calendar, pre-recorded webinars and other support info or click on https:www.hsnet.nsw.gov.au/elearning

Remember if you have any other questions, you can call or email us.

Thank you

The HSNet Team

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Veronica Moya posted in HSNet News

14th Jan 20, 01:11 PM

TAD - Freedom Wheels' FREE bike assessment is coming to Prairiewood Youth & Community Centre on Tuesday 11th of February.
Freedom Wheels bikes are accessible, tailored-made, which allows children and adults with additional support needs to ride a bike, just like their peers....Call TAD now to book an appointment. 1300 663 24 or email [email protected]

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Margaret Donnelly posted in HSNet News

21st Sep 19, 11:48 AM

Myrtle Cottage is holding a ‘Wellbeing and Pamper Day‘ for male and female carers of people with dementia. We will be having some guest speakers about respite and understanding changed behaviours so carers can look after themselves. There will be gift packs, an essential oils display and more. Places are limited as morning tea and lunch will be provided so please confirm your attendance by contacting Christine or Margaret on 94263100 or you can email [email protected]

DW

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Donna Walshe posted in HSNet News

11th Apr 19, 04:02 PM

Attention Group Moderators:

Managing your "Invited Members" is now easier with the release of the latest HSNet groups update.

To use the list more effectively, you can either remind them to join your group or now even delete them from the 'Invited Members' list entirely.

Attention Group Moderators:

Managing your "Invited Members" is now easier with the release of the latest HSNet groups update.

To use the list more effectively, you can either remind them to join your group or now even delete them from the 'Invited Members' list entirely.

Let us know what you think by using the feedback link on the right of your screen.

Thank you from the HSNet Team

 

LM

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Liming Ma posted in HSNet News

28th Mar 19, 09:36 AM

HSNet Team has recently uploaded the quarter two dashboard and search data to the HSNet site.  You can always find them when you click on "About HSNet" at the bottom of every page.

HSNet User Statistics

HSNet Team has recently uploaded the quarter two dashboard and search data to the HSNet site.  You can always find them when you click on "About HSNet" at the bottom of every page.

HSNet User Statistics

HSNet measures site use data on a regular basis to learn how the site is being used and how we can make improvements that better support you and your organisation.  All the data we gather is de-identified and sourced from Infoxchange, the HSNet Team, FACS Digital and HSNet Google Analytics. In the spirit of openness, the most recent HSNet quarterly dashboard, service search maps/bar graphs are available here for your information. We hope you find this information useful.

HSNet Quarterly Dashboard and Search data.

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Alex Davis posted in HSNet News

14th Mar 19, 11:06 PM

New national website on domestic and family violence and the law - www.familyviolencelaw.gov.au National Legal Aidhave launched a one-stop shop website that covers how domestic and family violence intersects with family law, child protection and ADVOs, as well as where to get help Australia-wide. The website can be translated into over 20 different languages, and has individual factsheets for each page that can be downloaded and given to clients affected by domestic and family violence.

New national website on domestic and family violence and the law - www.familyviolencelaw.gov.au

National Legal Aidhave launched a one-stop shop website that covers how domestic and family violence intersects with family law, child protection and ADVOs, as well as where to get help Australia-wide.

The website can be translated into over 20 different languages, and has individual factsheets for each page that can be downloaded and given to clients affected by domestic and family violence.

The website is written in simple English and uses illustrations to make it more engaging. It was developed with the help of each Family Advocacy and Support Service (FASS) across Australia, and input from people who have experienced domestic and family violence.

The website also acts as a home page for each FASS across Australia, so you can find out more about what support they offer.

Visit www.familyviolencelaw.gov.au

DW

HSNet Admin

Donna Walshe posted in HSNet News

21st Nov 18, 03:58 PM
Updated 18th Sep 19, 10:22 AM by Donna Walshe

New HSNet Webinars for 2019

The five new pre-recorded webinars are available now on the E-learning page so check them out at https://www.hsnet.nsw.gov.au/elearning

New HSNet Webinars for 2019

The five new pre-recorded webinars are available now on the E-learning page so check them out at https://www.hsnet.nsw.gov.au/elearning

The 2019 calendar for Live Webinars is also there, showing a few changes with shorter and themed webinars so you attend only for the topics or functions that you need, to save your valuable time.

Registrations are open already via the Book Now link on the 2019 calendar or https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/2101162717915133443

Remember if you have any other questions, you can call or email us.

Thank you

The HSNet team