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Cleveland Carer Support Group

QLD Country Women’s Association 3 Waterloo Street, Cleveland, QLD

Our Cleveland Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Understanding the NDIS – Carer Coach Module 1 & 2

Carer Hub 24 Chermside St, Teneriffe, QLD

This is an introductory workshop for carers about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This session is designed to assist carers to understand what the NDIS is, who is eligible to apply and how to apply for an NDIS package.

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Understanding the NDIS – Carer Coach Module 1 & 2

Online Brisbane

This is an introductory workshop for carers about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This session is designed to assist carers to understand what the NDIS is, who is eligible to apply and how to apply for an NDIS package.  

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Dual Diagnosis Carer Support Group (Online)

Online Brisbane

Caring for a loved one with a dual diagnosis can bring with it some unique challenges. This support group has been created specifically to support the carers of those with a dual diagnosis and is a result of recent feedback from our carers.

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Arafmi Online Client Activity – Themed Bingo!

Online Brisbane

Arafmi is excited to invite you to join us for our weekly Arafmi Online Client Activity - themed bingo nights! 
All you need is a device that is connected to the internet, and we will supply the cards and any support that is required to join in the fun.
To participate in our bingo activity, you will need to register your interest. You can also ask your support worker to register on your behalf. 

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Caboolture Carer Support Group

Caboolture Neighbourhood Centre 9 George Street, Caboolture, QLD

When: Fourth Thursday of each month 10am - 12 noon
Our Caboolture Carer Support Group offer a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Teneriffe Carer Support Group

Carer Hub 24 Chermside St, Teneriffe, QLD

Our Teneriffe Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Online Carer Support Group

Online Brisbane

Our Online Carer Support Groups offer a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Carindale Carer Support Group

Carindale Library 1151 Creek Rd,, Westfield Carindale, QLD

Our Carindale Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Strathpine Carer Support Group

Strathpine 1 Station St, Strathpine, QLD

Our Strathpine Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

Arafmi would like to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People and Traditional Custodians. We value their cultures, identities, and continuing connection to country, waters, kin and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and are committed to making a positive contribution to the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.