Webinars

Breaking the burnout cycle

Rising from the ashes: Breaking the burnout cycle for greater satisfaction, vitality and meaning at work

Webinar Date: September 16, 2021

While incredibly rewarding, working in a CLC can lead to negative personal impacts such as compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and burnout. These impacts have likely been exacerbated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar, presented by Dr Mendy Neralic, Clinical Psychologist, will help you understand and recognise instances and […]

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Staying connected: Options for resolving disputes with telcos

Staying connected: Options for resolving disputes with telcos

Webinar Date: September 21, 2021

Access to appropriate phone and Internet services is crucial for engagement with modern society, particularly for people experiencing homelessness and other forms of financial disadvantage. This webinar, delivered by Kate Adnams (Lawyer) and Kurt Maroske (Project Officer) from LawRight’s Community and Health Justice Partnerships Team, will […]

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Leasing

Tips and traps when leasing: Issues impacting not-for-profits

Webinar Date: August 18, 2021

Many not-for-profits, including community legal centres, do not have the surplus capital to tie up in freehold ownership of  offices or outreach locations.  Leasing is not only a great alternative, but often the preferred option in certain circumstances.  However, a lease is a long term […]

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Show me the money

Show me the Money: Assisting people to resolve disputes that impact their income and finances

Webinar Date: July 27, 2021

Financial hardship is a common and reoccurring theme for people connecting to community organisations. The insufficiency of our existing welfare payments means people often struggle to afford basic, everyday costs. Falling behind on payments for essential service, such as electricity and telephone, can see these […]

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Lifeworks

Supporting your employees (and yourself) with LifeWorks employee assistance program for CLCs

Webinar Date: August 25, 2021

Challenges both inside and outside the workplace can impact employees’ mental health and wellbeing, resulting in disengagement, lack of community, loneliness and poor health. The statistics show employees are struggling with mental health: 20% suffer from mental health challenges, 53% experience financial stress and 85% […]

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Disability Support Pension

Disability Support Pension: Eligibility, Challenges and Resources

Webinar Date: June 10, 2021

  Often, clients and their advocates find the DSP legislation – the qualification criteria, the impairment tables and the program of support requirement – to be overwhelmingly complex and problematic to apply, and that many people with severe disability are refused payment. In this webinar, […]

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Child Protection: Learnings from Working with First Nations Clients

Child Protection: Learnings from Working with First Nations Clients

Webinar Date: May 27, 2021

Child protection is an area of community legal work that is wrought with many challenges and hurdles when working with vulnerable families that are at risk of or have had interventions from Child Safety. IUIH Legal Service, as a unique health-justice partnership in South East […]

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