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Broadly, trauma is ‘a subjective psychological, emotional and physical response to a deeply distressing or disturbing event or series of events’.
Loneliness is the feeling of being alone, regardless of the amount of social contact. Loneliness can affect us socially, emotionally and on an existential level. Social isolation is a lack of social
In celebration of NAIDOC Week 2021 Palliative Care Australia presented a webinar titled, Having a Yarn – Final Footprints: My Culture, My Kinship, My Country.
The COVID-19 Grief Support Groups has been established to support adults who are grieving the loss of a significant person in their life due to COVID-19 or those whose grief experience has been significantly impacted by the pandemic.
ANZAC is not merely about loss, it is about courage, and endurance,
and duty, and love of country, and mateship, and good humour,
and the survival of a sense of self-worth and decency in the face of
This Fact Sheet aims to provide general guidelines only, relating to grief and bereavement practices in both regional and urban communities. Workers are advised to always consult with the individuals and families they work with to obtain an understan
It is the experience of knowing that change is coming, and
is felt on many levels, emotional, physical, and spiritual. It
also affects how we think and our relationship with others.
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