ATSICHS Brisbane is seeking expressions of interest from any talented mob to collaborate on a unique project that aims to visually depict the transformative nature of Delegated Authority in Child Protection decision-making.
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Netball registrations now open! Are you a netball superstar? Registrations are now open for the Deadly Choices Shield (Years 7-9) and Cup (Years 10-12) teams in the Origin Energy Vicki Wilson Championship. The Origin Energy Vicki Wilson Championship is THE premier netball competition for secondary schools across Queensland. It brings together the state’s strongest talent […]
In January, ATSICHS Brisbane staff said farewell, thank you and good luck to outgoing Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jody Currie. Jody joined ATSICHS Brisbane in early 2016 as CEO. In the years that followed, she was instrumental to the organisation’s tremendous growth. She also contributed to the successes we see today for Aboriginal and Torres […]
Our Young, Black and Proud Scholarship program supports and celebrates our young mob who exhibit outstanding talent in the arts, sport or academic fields. We celebrated our deadly scholarship recipients with an official presentation at the State Library of Queensland.
Joel is a proud Erub man and one of our amazing Deadly Choices Officers. Our Deadly Choices team go into schools, community organisations, employment agencies, youth services, ATSICHS Brisbane clinics and more, running multiple programs including Good Quick Tukka, Healthy Lifestyle, Tobacco Education, DC Fit, and Junior and Senior Traditional Games. What is your role at ATSICHS Brisbane? Assisting in […]
This week is Queensland Mental Health Week and it’s a chance to consider what we can do to take better care of our mental health and wellbeing. You don’t have to be struggling to start putting your mental health first. Getting the tools in place and creating a strong mental health practice can help you […]
Belinda is a proud Wemba Wemba woman and also one of our hard-working Jimbelunga Nursing Centre Registered Nurses. She’s also our Aged Care Operations Manager. What is the most rewarding part of your role? As a nurse, it’s seeing an overall improvement in the health and happiness of residents and families. It’s also knowing I have […]
For Indigenous Literacy Day we celebrated the release of our Burragah book at Where the Wild Things Are Bookshop. Written and illustrated by our Burragah Deadly Kindy class of 2020, Nyungai Ngullina Nyumbajaburuyah Buuragah, Our Day at Burragah Kindy is an insight into our Deadly Kindy programs. Including outdoor play, healthy food and getting creative, they […]
Our Deadly Kindy Burragah jarjums celebrated Indigenous Literacy Day and Early Childhood Educators’ Day by launching their very own book. The Deadly Kindy Burragah class of 2020 wrote and illustrated Nyungai Ngullina Nyumbajaburuyah Buuragah, Our Day at Burragah Kindy. From morning circle time, outdoor play, making healthy food and getting creative, their kindy experience […]
Role? Family Nurse Practitioner Career background?My early nursing career was spent working in Adult Intensive Care. I left ICU to become a midwife and became a Remote Area Nurse on the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in Western Australia. Although the work was challenging and the hours long, I got to use all my skills and made lots of […]