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Relationships Australia the new provider of Intercountry Adoptee and Family Support Service

Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, has announced Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA) as the successful provider delivering the Morrison Government's $4.75 million redesigned...

Experiences of multicultural people with disability in Australia

The Royal Commission is trying to have a better understanding of the experiences of particular groups within culturally and linguistically diverse communities. This includes: refugees, people...

A new relationship manual for men

Renovate your Relationship is a booklet about men maintaining their relationships. It's designed to get men to think about the practical side of relationship maintenance and...

New Video About The Disability Royal Commission

The Safe to Share animation was created to help raise awareness on the free counselling and support available to people living with a disability, families and carers...

Surviving your first week back at work

Many people have had time off work during the festive period. It can be an enjoyable time away, but at the start of January, you may...

Learning Kriol – NAIDOC 2020

Our Aboriginal and Islander staff facilitated an introduction to the language of Kriol for staff. The training aimed to increase our organisation's understanding of the language...

Redress Scheme Update – September 2020

National Nationally applications to the National Redress Scheme remain steady. As of 4 September 2020, the Scheme has: received 7,935 applications made 3535 decisions made 3,498...

Public Hearing for the Disability Royal Commission

The use of psychotropic medication in response to behaviours of concern in people with disability is to be examined by the Disability Royal Commission at the...

What if someone isn’t OK?

R U OK? day is Thursday 10th September. It’s a national day of action dedicated to reminding everyone to ask, “Are you OK?” and to remember...

Growing Awareness of the Abuse of Older People in Australia

New research released by Relationships Australia reveals a growing awareness of ageism and the abuse of older people in Australia while highlighting an ongoing need for...

August is Seniors Month

Seniors Month runs in August each year across the Northern Territory (NT). It celebrates older people and their continuing contribution to our community. Seniors Month encourage...

New Research on Relationships & Easing COVID-19 Restrictions

As restrictions have lifted and interstate travel is permitted in the Northern Territory, new research launched by Relationships Australia reveals that people across the country are...