Online Q&A Info Session

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As we kick off Queensland Mental Health Week and National Carers Week, Arafmi are very proud to be bringing you a Q&A Session with Irene Clelland, CEO Arafmi, Ivan Frkovic, Commissioner, Queensland Mental Health Commission, Adam Campbell, Manager, Community Engagement & Volunteering, Wellways Australia, Sgt Nick Evans, South Brisbane Vulnerable Persons Unit and more guests to be announced!

Online Pilates

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Arafmi are very happy to invite you to another FREE online pilates class with the wonderful Liana from Body Barre! Please note this is a one hour class but we have included an extra half hour at the beginning of the class to give everyone time to login and get set up.

A Night at the Movies

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We’re delighted to invite you out for a night at the movies! Please join us at the Red Hill Cinemas to see Rams.

Online NDIS Q&A

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This event is part of Queensland Mental Health Week and National Carers Week, and is being hosted by Arafmi’s Operations Managers, Katrina and Laura.
This 90 minute session is your opportunity to ask the team about any NDIS-related questions you may have.
The session will be held online and you will need to ensure you have a device that is connected to the internet and has sufficient power to last you the hour.

A Picnic in the Park

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To cap off Queensland Mental Health Week and National Carers Week, we cordially invite you to join us for a picnic in New Farm Park on Friday, 16 October from 12pm – 2pm.

Online Carer Support Group (today’s group is postponed)

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Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic, some of our face to face carer support groups have been temporarily postponed. However, we understand the importance of our support groups and are now offering a series of online support groups.

Carer Support Group (Indooroopilly)

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Our 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.

Caring for a Spouse Carer Support Group (Online)

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Caring for a spouse with a mental health illness is a different experience to caring for an adult child or other family member or friend. This support group has been created in response to feedback our carers and will be an online space where carers can connect and support each other. 

Carer Support Group (Inala)

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Our 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.

Caring for a Spouse Carer Support Group (Online)

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Caring for a spouse with a mental health illness is a different experience to caring for an adult child or other family member or friend. This support group has been created in response to feedback our carers and will be an online space where carers can connect and support each other.