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Community Youth Twelve25 Northern Youth Services Network

Northern Youth Services Network

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The Cities of Salisbury, Playford and Tea Tree Gully are excited to introduce our newest youth collaboration, the Northern Youth Service Network (NYSN).

Our intention is to bring together industry professionals to acknowledge our collective strengths and skill sets to advocate, develop and connect through the provision of four meetings per year.

Meetings will rotate across the three councils to ensure broad community representation and to promote collaboration across sectors and regions.

On behalf of the three councils, we greatly appreciate your participation in the Northern Youth Services Network and look forward to meeting you at a meeting soon.

Information sessions

Two online sessions are available to members on the distribution list. If you'd like to attend and be added to the list please contact Kate.

Hosted by Palliative Care

LEAF Project

The focus of the LEAF (Life. Education. Art. Feelings.) Project has evolved from a school-based program into one that is delivered over two sessions on separate days, with each session duration approximately two hours.

The LEAF Project aims to provide an interactive and creative learning opportunity by utilising varied art-based experiences. The program is aimed at 14-19-year-olds, encouraging participants to open conversation and normalise discussion around life cycles, grief and loss, death and dying.

Key issues that the LEAF Project will address include:

• Individual and group experiences of grief and loss

• Palliative services and palliative care

• Body sensations and behaviours in response to grief and loss

• Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditions surrounding grief and loss

• The use of art as a form of expression

• Various support services to assist with managing grief and loss

Thursday 17 March, 10:30 to 11am

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