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Migraine and Headache Awareness week is 20 – 24th September 2021. Read on to find out about online sessions during the week. We also cover general information and apps and diaries to help track migraines and headaches.

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COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria are changing. Here is the information for your state, including Regional and Metropolitan areas.

Things do keep changing with COVID-19 and it is important to keep up to date so that you can stay safe. Here are resources for the Australian Capital Territory or Canberra. 

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This simple pasta dish is lovely as leftovers for a work lunch. Light and creamy for warm spring days. 

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This article contains information for people living in Regional NSW about COVID-19. Including extensions of restrictions and areas where restrictions will ease. 

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Did you know there is a way to travel, enjoy new destinations, and not pay for accommodation?

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Skills for life - As children grow into adults, they need to learn skills to navigate our world. Starting early gives them the best chance to learn and practice these skills before they are fully independent.

This article is about the skills they, with help, aim to develop before they leave home. Whether you are a parent, friend or support person of a person with disability, you can support them to develop life skills.

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Due to the barriers facing wheelchair user and others, it can be difficult to connect with nature and access off-road areas for people with a disability. However, the growing sport and leisure activity of adaptive mountain biking is providing a fun and adventurous way to explore these previously unattainable areas.

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We can all benefit from a few kind reminders about the balance of working from home during times of uncertainty. A balanced diet, regular exercise and sleeping well are essential for a good equilibrium for your head, heart, and body. It can be easy to fall into not-so-good routines and sometimes forget to find joy in little moments. We write about practices that are good and wholesome for quality of life when you work from home.

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School holidays seem to come around all too quickly and children across the country have spent time in isolation, for all the parents who are searching for ideas on how to cope, we are here to help. Read on for plenty of activities to keep boredom away from toddlers to teens.