Bunnings BBQ for Lifeline H2H this Sat 12 November

Six of our wonderful Crisis Supporters will be holding a sausage sizzle this Saturday at Bunnings in Pymble to raise funds for our centre’s valuable suicide prevention and crisis intervention services. Please stop by for a freshly cooked sausage sanga and support our team’s awesome efforts.  Rebecca Hooke, Chris Lisha, Greg Holm, Claire Aberdour, Deepa Gopalakrishnan […]

Read Full Article

Become a Dementia Friend

Dementia can impact anyone. In Australia, dementia is the second leading cause of death of Australians and the leading cause of death of Australian women. For people living with dementia, performing daily tasks and maintaining social networks can be challenging, which is why building an inclusive dementia-friendly community is so important.  The Dementia Friends program is […]

Read Full Article

The People You Meet

We thank volunteer Lionel for this charming, impressionistic account of some of the colourful characters he’s encountered at our Gladesville Book Shop. ‘Vignettes from a Gladesville Book Room’ The owl-eyed man in The Great Gatsby says, “I’ve been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might sober me up to sit in […]

Read Full Article

September Workforce Huddle

Last month’s Workforce Huddle (12 September) featured three guest speakers: Dave Hayes, Case Manager for the Early Intervention and Prevention Service; Carmen Sik, Case Manager for the Northern Sydney Youth Service; Dr Anna Brooks, National Manager, Lifeline Research Foundation. Please watch the video to view their interesting contributions to our meeting, and also to hear […]

Read Full Article