Hey you mob, come and have a yarn tomorrow with footy legend Steve Renouf when he drops into our Loganlea clinic for World Diabetes Day.
He’ll be in from 9.30am, there’ll be healthy snacks and important health info for our community. Come on down….Unit 4, 653 Kingston Road, Loganlea QLD.
November is diabetes awareness month and it's an important health issue for our mob. Join us at our clinics next week to have some healthy snacks and have a yarn about diabetes
Come and check it out from 9.30am – 12.30pm.
Monday 12 November - Logan Clinic
Tuesday 13 November - Woolloongabba Clinic
Wednesday 14 November - Loganlea Clinic
Thursday 15 November - Browns Plains Clinic
Friday 16 November - Northgate Clinic
# WDD2018 #diabetes#atsichsbrisbane#indigenous#deadly
Hey you mob join Petero Civoniceva @deadlychoices Ambassador at our Young Deadly Parents Yarning event next Tuesday, 13 November at our Child and Family Centre, 6 Glenda St, Waterford West. Come down for a yarn and feed with us and other parents while you check out our services and programs expo. We’ll also have lots of deadly activities for the kids and parents. For more info phone 3239 5381 or visit http://bit.ly/2PLSr1P #indigenous#atsichsbrisbane#deadly#childandfamilycentre
Yarn up bro for Movember. Getting down from time to time is something we all experience and there’s no shame in talkin’n about it. Come in for a yarn with someone from one of our clinics or reach out to a mate or Uncle. For clinic details visit: https://bit.ly/2SSJMt2
Meet Malakai... he's one of our recent Young Black and Proud scholarship recipients. The Dunghutti 15 year old dreams to become a commercial pilot and with our help he's on his way with his first pilot's lesson. Big thanks to Queensland Family and Child Commission for supporting this latest round which celebrates the talents and strengths of our young mob. #toodeadly
Come visit our pop up libraries tomorrow at the Child and Family Centre, 6 Glenda St, Waterford West (9.30am-11.00am) and Deadly Kindy Burragah, 25 Jacaranda Ave, Woodridge (2.00pm-3.30pm). We’ve got plenty of books for a range of ages up to 12, as well as story time with our team.
Calling all deadly bros… It’s November and time to join our Mo’ Murri’s team for Movember. This month is all about focussing on men’s health including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
Get on board to raise funds and awareness for this worthy cause to help health services for our mob.
C'mon don't be slack. You can join the team or sign-up by yourself...its easy. Check out the details here: http://mvmbr.co/2PuMAxS
Our Deadly Kindy Burragah recently celebrated the completion of building renovations thanks to the generosity of @first_grade_recruitment, InteriorCo Designs and Formula FG Registered Indigenous Enterprise.We love the upgrades and our kindy looks amazing!!
Big shout out to Royston Sagigi-Baira @roystonmusic1 who became the first act to get a perfect score on @alltgnowau with his rendition of Sam Smith’s Lay Me Down. He now goes straight through to the grand final held in a few weeks time. Royston is one of our Young, Black and Proud Scholarship winners and we couldn't be prouder. #youngblackandproud#indigenous#deadly
Our pop up libraries are coming to town next week. We’ve got plenty of books for a range of ages up to 12, as well as story time with our team. Why not pop in and grab a book for you & a friend?
Here’s where we’ll be:
Logan Clinic, 41 Station Rd, Logan Central (out front of clinic) – Tuesday, 30 October, 9:30am – 11:00am
Child & Family Centre, 6 Glenda St, Waterford West – Friday, 2 November, 9:30am–11:00am
Deadly Kindy Burragah, 25 Jacaranda Ave, Woodridge – Friday, 2 November, 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Hey you mob. The Deadly Choices Touch Carnival is back for another year on 24 November and we are putting together 3 ATSICHS mixed teams – U15s, U18s and open. So if you love your footy and want to be part of our teams, phone Paul Martin on 3240 8900 or email email@example.com.
Chicken fajitas are delicious and nutritious. This Good Quick Tukka recipe is on the @deadlychoices website now, so head over there and cook up some deadly dinner. Full recipe here - http://bit.ly/dcfajitas
#deadlychoices#fostercare#kinshipcare#keepingourmobtogether ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Join us at Jimbelunga Nursing Centre, Eagleby for our deadly new playgroup. Held every second Friday (starting 26 October) from 10am-12pm, it’s a free playgroup for kids 0-5 years and is a great way for all ages to share arts, crafts, play and music with our Jimbelunga residents. All families in the community are welcome. Don’t forget to bring a hat, sunscreen and a water bottle.
Phone 3239 5381 for more info or check out our term 4 timetable for all our other deadly programs http://bit.ly/2CBB7q6. #deadly#childandfamilycentre#atsichsbrisbane#indigenous
It's #MentalHealthWeek . It can affect anyone at anytime anywhere. If you’re not feeling as good as you know you should, you may need to yarn to someone. Give us a call 🖤💛❤️ no shame in talkin about it.
The Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women has launched a new app to help foster and kinship care workers and children in care. The Carer Connect app has loads of information to help carers with background, medical and cultural information for the kids they have in care.
Providing our carers with tools to help them help our kids is deadly!
If you would like to make a difference and become a foster and kinship carer visit https://fosterkincare.org.au/
Our Child and Family Centre at Waterford West has launched its term 4 timetable of activities, programs and events. There’s plenty of deadly and fun-filled things to do including playgroups, cooking, reading programs, toy and book swaps and family fun days as well as programs for families and young mums.
Want to get involved? Check out the timetable at http://bit.ly/2CBB7q6 or call us on 3239 5381. #deadly#atsichsbrisbane#familyfun#indigenous
We had a deadly afternoon yesterday at our second All Staff Meeting. What a great chance to all get together and celebrate our achievements over the past 12 months. Stay tuned for our team videos.
With the end of school holidays our Child and Family Centre thought a Family Fun Day was in order.
Staff and friends got together for a morning of art, craft, science activities and was another chance to celebrate our culture. Check out these deadly smiles.
Go the Brisbane Blacks!!! Give em heaps boys. We’re proud to be sponsoring the team this year competing in the Murri Carnival - Abf/DC Watch all the action from Day 2 Live from Townsville from 8AM.
A footy star in the making! Congratulations Hubert Elu for making the Queensland Representative Murri Under 15 team this year. 🙌🏽 Elu played with our AYS Brisbane Young Gunz team at the Murri carnival this year. We are very proud of your accomplishments. Best of luck for the upcoming tour😀
Shout out to coaches Ansone Tovi and Joey Burchell 👏🏽 AYSBrisbane #ATSICHSBrisbane#Redcliffe2018#MurriRugbyLeague#QMCUnder15Boys
Our FKC team was proud to attend the recent Brisbane Pride Festival celebrating our LGBTIQA+ community. It was great to attend the march, meet visitors at our stall and have a yarn about our foster and kinship carer services.
Check out our deadly photos!
Our Jajumbora midwives and managers were excited to meet midwifery superstar Mary Renfrew recently at Griffith University. Mary was in town from the UK and is a big supporter of the education of midwives.
She has worked in the field of maternity care, feeding and nutrition for the past 30 years and it was deadly hear her research on improving the health and quality of care for women, babies and families.
Our AGM is coming up on Wednesday, 3 October at 6pm. Have you moved or changed your details? Make sure your membership info is up to date by emailing Nashea.Slater@atsichsbrisbane.org.au or phoning 3240 8900. Visit http://bit.ly/ATSICHSfinancials to view our 2017-18 financial report.
Well done to our Jimbelunga residents who took out a string of awards at the Beenleigh Show on the weekend.
Competing in a range of sections including vegetables, flowers and craft, they took out a First and two Second places for their flowers and a Second place in the vegetable section.
Several residents also won ‘First’ place awards in the craft section.
What a deadly day, some tukka, a train ride and we even had a go on the clowns in sideshow alley.
Our jarjums recently celebrated their love for reading on Indigenous Literacy Day at the Waterford Child and Family Centre with a deadly picnic and activities.
The Burragah Kindy kids had a ball dressing up as their favourite book character and getting involved in storytelling, craft, activities and outdoor fun.
What a deadly way to celebrate culture, stories, literacy and language.
・・・want one too? Get a health check at one of our clinics!
Finally got myself a deadly choices jersey. Super excited they have the cowboys version down here because no way I would be seen wearing anything broncos 😆😏 😁🙌💙💛🏈 #thatsmyteam#deadlychoices#northqldcowboys
Check out 13 year old Bowman who captained the U14s Brisbane Cobras to the grand final of the Qld Touch Football Junior State Championships. Bowman is one of our Young, Black and Proud Scholarship winners and used the funds to cover his footy rego and uniform costs. If that wasn’t deadly enough, Bowman has been selected for the Junior Broncos development camp next year.
What a night…. we were thrilled our CEO Jody Currie picked up the Cultural Leadership award last night for the inaugural Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Control Protection Awards.
It was an honour to be recognised and acknowledged for our work within our community and for our mob through QATSICPP.
Keeping kids healthy and connected to their culture so their identity remains strong is at the core of all we do and love.
Ok ladies.....it’s time to put yourself first and get talking about your health. This week we're getting behind the Jean Hailes For Women’s Health promotion.
Are you up to date with your health checks?
It’s time to invest in your health and we’re here to help.
Call your nearest clinic for a check up. For details visit http://bit.ly/ourclinics
Are you passionate about our mob? Enjoy promoting healthy lifestyles?
We’ve got six Deadly Choices Officers that we need to recruit to. The role involves working with the community in schools, delivering smoking cessation workshops and running events.
Sounds like you? Get in touch! For more info or to apply visit: http://bit.ly/deadlychoices
Stronger communities, safer children. It’s Child Protection Week and all mob play a role.
Our children are the centre of our families & the heart of our communities. They are our future and the carriers of our story.
Let’s continue to raise them strong in family, community and culture!