Bringing country Tasmania beyond blue

Two groups in Deloraine have banded together to show country Tasmanians its ok to talk about mental health.

Deloraine Kangaroos Football Club and Deloraine Rotary Club will host a beyondblue day on July 15 to raise awareness and improve the lives of people affected by anxiety and depression.

Beyondblue speaker Nicole Graham and Make.Runs.Maxi public speaker Rulla Kelly-Mansell will both speak at the event.

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Lifesaving Emergency Information available on the spot!

A new patient information program designed to improve emergency care for people involved in car crashes or suffering serious illness at home has been released in Australia, following the success of similar programs in the United States which have been credited with saving thousands of lives.

What is an ID Spot

Emergency ID Spots are placed on a vehicle’s rear window or the front door of a house to alert police, paramedics and other first responders that a patient’s critical health information can be found inside, either in the glove box, on the sun visor or on the fridge.

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Emergency ID stickers a must

AS thousands of families hit the road during the peak holiday period, an Australian company has developed a simple yet effective way to provide Emergency Services personnel with critical patient information at the scene of serious accidents.

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Emergency ID Australia has released a range of vehicle stickers for child seats, glove-boxes and inside car doors designed to alert paramedics and police to potentially life-saving information about a vehicle’s occupants such as illnesses, medications, allergies and next of kin details.

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Women’s business elite scoop awards

FIVE Hastings business women were recognised for their outstanding and inspirational success at the Hastings Business Women’s Network Awards Gala last week.

Another three were honoured with the HBWN Tall Poppy Life Membership Award.

The gala saw more than 75 HBWN members and guests celebrate the success of their peers and the achievements of the network at Rose’s Vineyard on Thursday.

Network president Kelly Lamb said winners exemplified what the HBWN stands for achieving success in business while supporting those around them.

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Taking mental illness out of the shadows.

Nicole Graham has had open heart surgery, been on life support and had cancer, but it was mental illness that was most life threatening.

The mum of three, who now calls Campbell Town home, will be the guest speaker at the beyondblue gala dinner this month.

Ms Graham, who has been a beyondblue speaker for 12 months, will share her story of mental illness and deliver a message of hope to those in attendance.

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2014 EXCELLENCE IN INNOVATION

2014 EXCELLENCE IN INNOVATION
MID NORTH COAST BUSINESS AWARDS

The Excellence in Innovation award recognises businesses that have made significant contributions to their industry through the introduction or improvement of an idea, method, technology, process or application.

WINNER: Emergency ID Australia.

Emergency ID Australia is a world leader in medical jewelry and emergency ID products.

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Founder & Director Nicole Graham is a beyondblue Speaker

Founder & Director of Emergency ID Australia Nicole Graham is also proud to support beyondblue as a member of the Ambassador and Speaker bureau, sharing her story to increase awareness and understanding of anxiety and depression in Australia and to reduce the associated stigma.

Our vision is an Australian community that understands anxiety and depression, empowers people to seek help, and supports recovery, management and resilience.

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National Safety Council of Australia

Lifesaving emergency information is now available on the spot.

A new patient information program designed to improve emergency care for people involved in car crashes or suffering serious illness at home has been released in Australia, following the success of similar programs in the US that have been credited with saving thousands of lives.

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