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Caring for the Carers Day

Date

Friday, 21 August, 2015

Location

Deakin Cats Community Centre
Players Stand, Simonds Stadium
Enter via Kilgour St
South Geelong

Cost

Free

Description

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Open to all carers who care for a loved one with a brain injury. A free event that is all about looking after yourself. Treat yourself to a range of relaxing activities including various massages, nia dance and a naturopath consultation!

Morning tea and lunch provided.

Caring for Carers Day.pdf

For more information: Jacqui Pierce j_pierce@bigpond.net.au or 5258 4205  

For more information

For more information on various events being held in Geelong as part of Brain Injury Awareness Week 2015, visit the official website: www.biawgeelong.com

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Bookings have now closed for this event.

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