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Compassionate Community Conversation & Morning Tea


Mon 20 May 2019, 10:30am–12:30pm

Where: Diggers Services Club, 48 Blackwood Road, Central, Logan

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: dinailies

You’re invited to Logan’s Compassionate Community Conversation & Free Morning Tea.

Join the conversation and discuss how we can build a compassionate community in your local community. Compassionate communities are communities with networks of support for their local community members who are experiencing loss, ageing, dying and grief.

All attendees go in the draw to win. A $50 gift voucher or an Apple iPAD. Terms and conditions apply, $50 gift voucher lucky raffle drawn at the conclusion of each event. Apple iPad drawn on the 17th July 2019.

Everyone is invited—including but not limited to carers, people who have experience with loss, ageing, dying and/ or grief, local council staff, health and community professionals, community groups, organisations and supports, local elders, seniors, religious and cultural groups, business owners, teachers, children with elderly parents.

This is an important conversation for your whole community. You will receive information and participate in discussion about compassionate communities, including: how to become a more compassionate neighbour, what community services and supports are currently available and explore what a compassionate community would look like in your neighbourhood.

RSVP online or call 07 3145 0329 between 10:00am and 4:00pm. Seats limited to 100. Book your seat today. Everyone's invited.

In addition: Prior to each morning tea, Health Consumers Queensland (HCQ) will be holding focus groups for consumers on “What matters to you in relation to ageing, end-of-life care and dying”. These focus groups will run from 0900-1000. Please visit the HCQ website for further information.

Compassionate Communities Conversation Series
The CCCS project is administered by Palliative Care Queensland, in partnership with COTA Queensland, Health Consumers Queensland, Carers Queensland. Funded by Queensland Government.

The event organisers would like to pay respect to and acknowledge traditional custodians of the land that this event will be on. We celebrate the continuous living cultures of First Australians and this is an inclusive event valuing the cultural diversity that enriches, motivates and moves us forward.