Health Education, Brimbank, April 2021

I feel so inspired by all of the work you and your team do. It has been especially rewarding teaming up with you to deliver targeted sessions in our Smalltalk Supported Playgroups and our First Steps New Parent groups.

Julie McKenzie, Early Years Playgroup Team Leader, Brimbank City Council Community Care

Health Education, Nhill, November 2020 Excerpt 2

From my perspective the content that you were able to share just flowed as real-time translation was not needed, therefore the amount covered in the time frame is greater than I could present.

The ladies were also engaged for the entire time, even at times sharing a laugh.

Casey Hiscock, Registered Nurse - Refugee Community Health, West Wimerra Health Service

Dame Phyllis

I have completed the Survey, but that is not enough to say what I like to say.

I say: “you are brilliant, you make the multicultural women feel that they are not left behind.” Thanks a lots for continuing to provide high value knowledge for the women who cannot understand the official languages. Thank you and thank you again.

 

 

Hoang Nguyen, Multicultural Liaison Officer, Dame Phyllis Frost Centre

Health Education for Vietnamese Parents

On behalf of AVWA, I would like to thank you once again for organising useful sessions to parents in my playgroup.

They mentioned they enjoyed learning more about health in the sessions with you. They did not receive that useful information anywhere else before.

I feel happy as we have succeeded in meeting our mission: to educate people to improve their well-being.

Wishing you all the best!

Dieu Nguyen, Playgroup Facilitator, Australian Vietnamese Women's Association

Health education, Nhill, November 2020 Excerpt 1

I must express how great the session was! The Nhill ladies only had positive feedback such as “I wish I knew this when I was younger” and “I have learnt so much.”

We all look forward to next week sessions. Thank you again for both your efforts in delivering culturally appropriate education to the Karen community.

Casey Hiscock, Registered Nurse - Refugee Community Health, West Wimmera Health Service