Active Smart Training
Are you interested in attending an ActiveSmart session?
These sessions are FREE and there are refreshments provided!
The aim of these sessions is to give sport and recreation providers, as well as local councils and other interested members of the community, an understanding of mental illness and the effects of stigma.
We want to break down the myths surrounding mental health, so that we can increase sport and recreation opportunities for individuals with a lived experience of mental illness.
This provides benefits to these individuals - It is well known that physical activity plays an important role in the recovery process, and provides many benefits for your club including:
- Increase in memberships
- New funding opportunities
- Up skill coaches and volunteers
- Become a best practice club
- Building and strengthening the social fabric
If you would like more information, or to register, please contact Kris Poole at Inclusion WA on 9201 8900
Wednesday 12 September
6pm – 7.30pm
Committee Room 1, City of Gosnells Council Administration Building, 2012 Albany Hwy
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6pm – 7.30pm
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