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Supporting Wisdom of Warriors

Wisdom of Warriors is a VOICE. The combined voice of people who are working together and validating the lived experience of mental health challenges

Supporting
Wisdom of Warriors
Mental Health Gala.

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Book a Ticket for Wisdom of Warriors
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Facebook page for information about Wisdom of Warriors
Contact SUPER CRO Co-ordinator if you want more information
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Follow Up Reference to support new BEING Membership

I am applying to BEING, http://www.being.org.au, and find I need to have two references attached to my application. If you would send me an email.

Thank you to the 27 people who have offered to supply me with a reference and to the 7 who have already sent a reference through.

I only need two people as per the BEING Constitution, however, I am happy to continue to receive your reference up until the close of business on 24 February 2023

I need your help as I am applying to become a member of BEING and need two references attached to my application.

20th Anniversary MAD Pride Concert working group

SUPER CRO is supporting the planning for the 20th Anniversary of MAD Pride in Australia a zoom meeting is scheduled for Monday 13 February

SUPER CRO is coordinating the 20th Anniversary of the first MAD Pride concert in Australia
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Your opportunity to be involved.

The first meeting is scheduled for Monday 13 February from 1:00 to 3:00 pm

The agenda will include:

  • Welcome and purpose of meeting
  • Acknowledgement of Country
  • Introduction and Catch Up – round the Zoom room
  • Group Rules
  • Update with current planning
  • New Business

MAD Pride 20th Anniversary planning.

Follow up after Monday 19 December “Looking Forward Looking Back 2023 (LFLB23)

This meeting continued the planning for the LFLB23

Reminder about LFLB23 Planning

Background

Looking Forward Looking Back (LFLB) 2022 was started to continue the work that The SUPER Group had started in 2010 at St Vincents Hospital to raise awareness about Recovery and what Recovery Oriented Services to the members involved in organising the different events under the heading of LFLB. 2022 was the sixth time the group had used the term LFLB.

After another successful event in 2022, the group with the support of SUPER CRO is developing this resource to capture what happened during the day and promote the work the working group is doing to turn Looking Forward Looking Back into a yearly event held on the anniversary of Henry Lawson state funeral in 1922. It also coincides with SUPER CRO’s aim of holding an event at the beginning of Recovery Month in September and raising awareness about having others join in with celebrations in other places across Australia.

The committee and attendees will contribute to this publication by selecting one or more of the images captured by Creative Camera at LFLB 2022.

The start of the booklet “A Day to Remember” plus start of image selection
Press for The Web Gallery images from LFLB22 (password LFLB2022)
Notes from Brainstorming from December meeting
Looking for People to organise 20th Anniversary of MAD Pride in Australia
All people on the SUPER CRO MailChimp list are invited on Monday 16 January LFLB Meeting. The meeting starts at 1 PM to participate in planning for Looking Forward Looking Back 2023 (LFLB23).

Agenda

Welcome to the meeting – DH
Acknowledgment of Country
Catch Up – All
Which image have you selected for the Booklet – All
Notes from the December brainstorming session – All
Update with planning for MAD Pride – LH

Regards

Douglas

Zoom link for LFLB23 Meeting
Send an email if you have any questions
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Reminder about Monday 19 December “Looking Forward Looking Back 2023 (LFLB23)

This meeting continued the planning for the LFLB23

Reminder about LFLB23 Planning

Background

Looking Forward Looking Back (LFLB) 2022 was started to continue the work that The SUPER Group had started in 2010 at St Vincents Hospital to raise awareness about Recovery and what Recovery Oriented Services to the members involved in organising the different events under the heading of LFLB. 2022 was the sixth time the group had used the term LFLB.

After another successful event in 2022, the group with the support of SUPER CRO is developing this resource to capture what happened during the day and promote the work the working group is doing to turn Looking Forward Looking Back into a yearly event held on the anniversary of Henry Lawson state funeral in 1922. It also coincides with SUPER CRO’s aim of holding an event at the beginning of Recovery Month in September and raising awareness about having others join in with celebrations in other places across Australia.

The committee and attendees will contribute to this publication by selecting one or more of the images captured by Creative Camera at LFLB 2022.

The start of the booklet “A Day to Remember”
Press for The Web Gallery images from LFLB22 (password LFLB22)
Notes from Brainstorming from November meeting
Looking for People to organise 20th Anniversary of MAD Pride in Australia
All people on the SUPER CRO MailChimp list are invited on Monday 20 December LFLB Meeting. The meeting starts at 1PM to participate in planning for Looking Forward Looking Back 2023 (LFLB23).

Agenda

Welcome to meeting
Acknowledgment of Country
Catch Up
Which image have you selected for the Booklet
Notes from November brainstorming session

Regards

Douglas

Zoom link for LFLB23 Meeting
Send an email if you have any questions
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Reminder about Monday 19 December “Looking Forward Looking Back 2023 (LFLB23)

This meeting continued the planning for the LFLB23

Reminder about LFLB23 Planning

Background

Looking Forward Looking Back (LFLB) 2022 was started to continue the work that The SUPER Group had started in 2010 at St Vincents Hospital to raise awareness about Recovery and what Recovery Oriented Services to the members involved in organising the different events under the heading of LFLB. 2022 was the sixth time the group had used the term LFLB.

After another successful event in 2022, the group with the support of SUPER CRO is developing this resource to capture what happened during the day and promote the work the working group is doing to turn Looking Forward Looking Back into a yearly event held on the anniversary of Henry Lawson state funeral in 1922. It also coincides with SUPER CRO’s aim of holding an event at the beginning of Recovery Month in September and raising awareness about having others join in with celebrations in other places across Australia.

The committee and attendees will contribute to this publication by selecting one or more of the images captured by Creative Camera at LFLB 2022.

The start of the booklet “A Day to Remember”
Press for The Web Gallery images from LFLB22 (password LFLB22)
Notes from Brainstorming from November meeting
Looking for People to organise 20th Anniversary of MAD Pride in Australia
All people on the SUPER CRO MailChimp list are invited on Monday 20 December LFLB Meeting. The meeting starts at 1PM to participate in planning for Looking Forward Looking Back 2023 (LFLB23).

Agenda

Welcome to meeting
Acknowledgment of Country
Catch Up
Which image have you selected for the Booklet
Notes from November brainstorming session

Regards

Douglas

Zoom link for LFLB23 Meeting
Send an email if you have any questions
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Forward Forward
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