WSCF and CHETRE launch HIA Report: “Is Anyone Listening?” Western Sydney Airport Community Engagement

A Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Report on community engagement and the Western Sydney Airport was launched yesterday by Western Sydney Community Forum and the Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation (CHETRE). The HIA showed that community consultation processes for the Western Sydney Airport have so far fallen short of successfully addressing potential health and wellbeing impacts for the communities involved. The findings suggest that better consultation processes can positively influence community responses and attitudes toward large scale infrastructure and development.

2018-04-17T05:03:18+00:00September 1st, 2017|

ZEST Awards Hall of Fame: Yvonne Santalucia

The 2017 ZEST Awards saw health sector worker Yvonne Santalucia inducted into the Hall of Fame, with fellow recipient, Marnel LaGarde. The most prestigious honour of the ZEST Awards, a Hall of Fame induction celebrates the exceptional, sustained achievements and accomplishments of individuals working in the community sector of Greater Western Sydney. For over 30 years, Yvonne has worked in the Health sector in Western Sydney and has been involved in multiple projects, primarily in multicultural services.

2018-04-17T05:38:05+00:00August 21st, 2017|

Western Sydney / Nepean Food Forum: Survey results

The 2017 survey of Western Sydney/Nepean Food Forum participants reflects a resoundingly positive and valuable experience, resulting in enhanced support, collaboration and improved service delivery. Convened by Western Sydney Community Forum, the Food Forum consists of Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) and Community Care Support Program (CCSP) funded Food Services, CHSP dietitians and other interested service providers from Western Sydney and Nepean regions.

2017-08-10T01:54:19+00:00August 10th, 2017|

New SIMPLIFI app

This accessible app can help people with disability find the NDIS planning support they need. SIMPLIFI contains prompter questions for people with disability and their carers, which can be used in support meetings, discussions and planning sessions

2017-05-25T05:16:36+00:00May 25th, 2017|

NDIS Carer Statement Template

This template, developed by Mental Health Carers NSW assists people with disability, their families & carers to understand the terminology used in NDIS. It can help carers and people with disability to identify care and support needs so that they can effectively communicate their needs to the NDIS.

2017-05-25T05:15:19+00:00May 25th, 2017|