'About Us' - Supporting the health and wellbeing of carers and the person they are caring for.

3rd April 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm AEST

Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Host: Annemarie Ferguson
Your Presenters: Jennifer Daddow, Sarah and Jackie Tidey
Cost: Complimentary

About the Webinar:

During this webinar Carer’s Victoria will provide an information session on the caring role and self-care tips for carers as well as information about their organisation and the services they offer including carer counselling. We will also hear from Sarah Tidey, a woman living with ovarian cancer and Sarah’s mum Jackie, who will talk about her experience caring for and supporting Sarah. 

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About the Presenters:

Jennifer Daddow

Carers Victoria is the state-wide voice for family carers, representing and providing support to carers in Victoria -  Jennifer Daddow Carer and Community Education Officer. Jennifer Daddow has extensive experience as a health and community adult educator, community development worker and project co-ordinator. She has worked with a range of diverse groups in the community, welfare and health sectors.Jennifer joined the Education and Training team at Carers Victoria in 2008. In that role she enjoys educational opportunities to improve carer health and wellbeing, facilitating workshops for carers and service providers.Jennifer has a Masters’ Degree in Health, and is a qualified workplace trainer and assessor.

Sarah & Jackie Tidey

Sarah was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, Stage 3C in September 2015 aged 47. Following a hysterectomy and debulking surgery she had six sessions of chemotherapy. Her Mum, Jackie, with whom she has always been close has been a great support to her throughout treatment and since the recurrence of her cancer in November last year. They both enjoy books, art, music, movies and spending time with friends and family. One of the positive things to come out of Sarah’s diagnosis has been all the time they have spent together.

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