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A new program running out of Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre is tackling post-traumatic stress in people who have experienced the likes of sexual assault, bullying, domestic violence and military deployment. The HOPE (Helping Our People Evolve) program aims to treat post-traumatic stress but also prevent it.

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Do you have a passion for organisational tasks and a flair for quality communication? Well then, this might be the perfect volunteer opportunity for you! The Orange Volunteer Event Assistant role requires an enthusiastic and motivated person to support event coordinators in preparing for major Cancer Council NSW events.

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Orange City Council
Central West Elders Olympics
11 April 2018, 10.00am–3.00pm
Sir Neville Howse Stadium, PCYC, 2–10 Seymour St, Orange

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Physical Disability Council of NSW (PDCN)
NDIS: Plans in Practice
Various Dates
Dubbo, Bathurst & Broken Hill

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Diabetes NSW & ACT are running a number of workshops in early 2018 for people with diabetes who live in western New South Wales. The programs on offer cover medication, shopping for healthy food, facts about carbohydrates, and tips for measuring blood sugar.

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Aspect Practice is offering a number of different programs for parents and carers of children with autism spectrum disorder. These programs include a series of Early Days workshops, which are part of the Helping Children With Autism package and provide free support and information to families and carers