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Dental service welcomes 3D printer

We are transforming the smiles of mob thanks to a new state-of-the-art 3D printer for our Dental service. The Woolloongabba dental clinic recently purchased a Next Dent 3D printer which will revolutionise the way dentures are produced. 3D printing is the process of building thin layers of printing material, also known as a filament, to […]

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Jarjums voice why deadly kindys matter

This week we’ve celebrated Early Learning Matters Week with our jarjums and gundoos across all our Deadly Kindy sites. Early Learning Matters Week raises awareness of the role of early childhood education in children’s development and wellbeing in Australia. High-quality education supports young children to learn and thrive, in cooperation with parents, carers and also […]

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Preparing our jarjums for Prep

Say hello to Karina…She’s a proud First Nations and South Sea Islander woman who grew up in Woodridge and still lives in the area. Both her children attended Deadly Kindy Burragah and her youngest, Khloe, is in prep this year and thriving thanks to her time at Burragah. Read about her experience and why the early […]

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Early Learning Matters Week

Today marks the start of Early Learning Matters Week, a national initiative which raises awareness of the role of early childhood education in children’s development and wellbeing. This week is a unique opportunity to celebrate the impact of culturally sensitive high quality early education for Indigenous children. It also raises awareness of the impact of […]

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Virtual reality technology assists JNC staff

Jimbelunga Nursing Centre staff will better understand residents living with dementia thanks to a recent virtual reality interactive experience. The nursing staff recently completed a workshop provided by Dementia Australia using Educational Dementia Immersive Experience EDIE. It allowed staff to see the world through the eyes of a person living with dementia utilising a virtual smartphone […]

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Birthing program delivers difference in community

The results are in. A new study has revealed women in our Birthing in Our Community program are 50% less likely to have a premature baby, and more likely to be able to breastfeed. They are also more likely to access antenatal care than those using standard maternity care. These findings from The Lancet Global Health journal […]

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GP registrars begin ATSICHS journey

This week we welcome 4 new GP registrars who will work across our clinics; Dr Kim – Gabba, Dr Deborah – Northgate, Dr Jacinta – Logan and Dr Warwick – Browns Plains. The GP registrars will be providing comprehensive and also holistic health assessments for our community. They will also provide chronic disease care and […]

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Annual Report release

We are proud to present Our Community, Our Work, Our Stories, our 2019-20 Annual Report. We believe this provides a valuable insight into the key issues affecting our community in Brisbane and Logan. It also shows how we are working towards reinstating the wellbeing of our people – person by person, family by family, generation […]

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AHW named finalist in top industry awards

Congratulations to our very own Sawee! He is a top 3 finalist for a Queensland Training Award 2020 through Skills for Queensland. Across 14 categories, the awards recognise individuals and organisations that strive for and have achieved success. They acknowledge best practice and also innovation in vocational education and training (VET). Shortlisted as a finalist from […]

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Matt achieves prosthetist qualifications

We’d like to congratulate our newest Dental Prosthetist Matt. The proud Nunukul man graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Prosthetics late last year. He is now working hard from our Gabba Dental Clinic to restore the smiles and confidence to our mob. It’s a specialised field and one Matt has embraced in his latest role. […]

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