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Would you like salt with that? HEART WEEK is 30 April - 6 May 2017

This year’s theme is hypertension ie abnormally high blood pressure. High blood pressure is the leading risk factor for heart disease, death and disability in Australia. In 2015, heart disease was the leading cause of death in Australia. Although we might be regretting all the chocolate we ate during the Easter break, it’s actually salt […]

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Say Something Nice Tea Thursday 1 June at 3pm

Mellifluous, serendipity, ineffable, ethereal… these are some of the words that have been voted as the most beautiful in the English language. Say Something Nice Day is celebrated on 1 June, around the world, as a way to counteract bullying and the lack of civility and common courtesy.  DD encourage staff to recognise the signs […]

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DD Open Week 10 - 13 October 2017

DD will be holding their Open Week again this year. During this special week we welcome all Staff to celebrate and reflect on our careers in the home care industry. Our focus will be SAFETY to ensure you are prepared in the best way to genuinely care for your Clients and yourself, and work as a […]

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Jeans for Genes Friday 22 September 2017

HELP US FIGHT CHILDHOOD DISEASE Each year, Australians unite by wearing their favourite jeans and outdoing each other with crazy denim outfits, and donating money or purchasing merchandise, to support genetic research. Every dollar raised on the day helps scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute discover treatments and cures, to give every child the opportunity to […]

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National Pain Week 2017 24 - 30 July 2017

What is the focus of National Pain Week 2017? The National Pain Week campaign, an initiative of Chronic Pain Australia, promotes the core aims of: De-stigmatising the experience of chronic pain; Promoting current thinking that explains chronic pain to the wider Australian community; Creating healing relationships between the person in pain and their pain clinician/s […]

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