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Helping Cecilia write and become more confident

Helping Cecilia write and become more confident

Occupational therapist Ashley helps Cecilia with her writing.
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Helping Aunty Terri get around with ease

Helping Aunty Terri get around with ease

A story about how our OT Natalie assisted her client Aunty Terri to access a mobility scooter which enabled her to move around independently.
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Yarn It Up Community Engagement Project

We want to hear what you have to say about what is important to you!
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Joe Malone designs artwork for the Broncos Old Boys jersey

Joe Malone designs artwork for the Broncos Old Boys jersey

Joe Malone designed the artwork for the Broncos Old Boys jersey. Joe describes the story behind his work. “My Team/My Community This artwork tells several stories about the Broncos using Aboriginal art.
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Treatment just got easier for hepatitis C

Treatment just got easier for hepatitis C

Do you have hepatitis C? Do you know someone who does? Don't risk liver scarring or cancer - get tested and get treated!
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Join the Deadly Choices Smoke-Free Team and get your limited edition jersey!

Join the Deadly Choices Smoke-Free Team and get your limited edition jersey!

If you have been thinking about giving up the smokes, now is a great time to get support from your local Aboriginal Medical Service.
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World No Tobacco Day 2017

World No Tobacco Day 2017

The Deadly Choices team is hitting the road for World No Tobacco Day on Wednesday 31 May.
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Don't carry the flu around with you!

Don't carry the flu around with you!

Protect yourself, your family, and your community with a free* flu shot this winter.
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How to join Work It Out

How to join Work It Out

Work It Out is an exercise and education program developed by IUIH and run through participating Aboriginal Medical Services that was developed to help reduce the risk or impact of chronic disease.
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Deadly Urban Eyes campaign to reduce eye disease

Deadly Urban Eyes campaign to reduce eye disease

IUIH and The Fred Hollows Foundation have partnered to launch a new campaign at IUIH member clinics that will increase the number of eye health checks being performed and reduce rates of eye disease in community.
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