Nexus and the Wallan Neighbourhood House invites you to join them for Access All Areas Film Festival 2017/18 on 23rd November 2017 from 11am at Wallan Multipurpose Centre, 42 Bentinck Street Wallan with wheel chair access, open captions, accessible parking spaces/toilets and chill out area. Please contact Wendy Kelly – Nexus Rural Access Worker on 1300 77 33 52 for further information. Read More.

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The Nexus team are stepping up to this years Mitchell Shire Pedometer Challenge from 9 October - 5 November. We not only support the health and wellbeing of the community but we are committed to looking after our staff. Taking part in the Pedometer Challenge is a great way for our team to not only lead by example, but to stay healthy and active as well. Twelve members of our staff are registered in three separate teams to see who can step up to the challenge. Read More.

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Nexus has proudly partnered with Love In Action, Broadford to assist our community take care of each other by using our office as a "donation drop off location". What is Love In Action? We are a bunch of friends who want to serve the community of Broadford. We take donations of things like tinned food, pasta, 2-Minute noodles, pasta sauces, cereals, sugar, coffee, tea, milo and toiletries such as shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toilet paper and soaps. These donations are used to help others in the community that might being doing it tough. Read More.

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We would like your feedback to assist us with a new program! Confident Body, Confident Child is an evidence-based resource providing parenting strategies to promote positive body image, healthy eating and physical activity in children aged 2 to 6 years. The resource aims to support and guide parents or guardians, to create an environment in which their children can develop body satisfaction and healthy eating patterns. Although developed for use in early childhood, the ideas in the resource will also be valuable for older children. Read More.

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September 22, 2017
Help us improve what we do.
We would like you to tell us what you think about the quality of care provided at the Nexus GP SuperClinic in Wallan. If you would like to complete a Practice Accreditation & Improvement Survey ask one of our friendly Client Engagement Officers before or after your appointment. Participation in the survey is voluntary, you do not have to participate if you do not wish - non participation will not affect your treatment or relationship with our team. All feedback is confidential and anonymous - Nexus will not see individual results or comments. Read More.

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marriage equality - victorian community health sector joint statement of support Nexus are proud to have joined 20+ community and primary health organisations supporting marriage equality – a human right for good health. The recent decision of the Australian Government to conduct a survey to determine the level of support for the right of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people to marry, represents a significant risk to the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ Victorians. Read More.

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August 9, 2017
Have your say
The Goulburn Regional Partnership wants to hear from you. At the 2016 Regional Assembly, we learned what was most important to the Goulburn community and we’re looking forward to letting you know about progress that has occurred on these priorities, including the 2017-18 State Budget outcomes for the Goulburn region. Read More.

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The Victorian Government is trialling new ways to provide intensive therapeutic support to women, children and their families experiencing family violence. The Nexus Family Violence Therapeutic Interventions Project (FV-TIP) is one of just 26 funded projects (until June 2018) to be delivered across Victoria – including four that specifically target Aboriginal families. The new pilot projects support recommendations from the Royal Commission into Family Violence to improve accessibility, transform the way the system responds to family violence, and support family violence services to strengthen and enhance its therapeutic response to adults and children impacted by family violence. Read More.

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