Top tips for building confidence

25 November,2021

A lack of confidence can affect all aspects of your life including building relationships, work, study, applying for a new job or trying something for the first time. We’re here to tell you that while these feelings are incredibly common, they don’t have to be permanent. You can build up your confidence with a bit of practice, just like any other skill! We spoke with Elle, a mindset coach on how you can build your confidence...

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GIVIT visits Mogo Aboriginal Preschool

22 November,2021

Not-for-profit donation platform GIVIT is supporting vulnerable people across New South Wales South Coast impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through a dedicated COVID-19 Relief Program. They recently visited Mogo Aboriginal Preschool to distribute Christmas presents for local families who have been impacted by the pandemic.

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Campbell Page is now a White Ribbon Australia Accredited Workplace

19 November,2021

Campbell Page is committed to creating a thriving community that’s free from domestic and family violence. As part of our continued commitment to gender equality, we’re pleased to announce that we have been awarded White Ribbon Australia workplace accreditation. Content warning: This article discusses gendered violence & domestic abuse.

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Tune Into Stigma this Mental Health Month

26 October,2021

1 in 5 Australians experience mental illness every year, and 45 percent of Australian adults will be affected by mental illness at some time in their life, but even with a high proportion of the population experiencing it, mental health is still something that’s shrouded in secrecy, shame, misunderstandings and assumptions.

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Tune in to Community this Mental Health Month

05 October,2021

This year has been full of uncertainty, stress, isolation and feelings of loneliness which can all negatively impact our mental health.

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Tune in to your senses this Mental Health Month

01 October,2021

Have you ever had one of those days where everyone and everything annoys you? Maybe your day has been jam-packed with a long list of things that you HAVE to get done? Or you’re just feeling a bit off, but you don’t know why? Stop and take a breath. It sounds like it’s time to tune in to your senses and look after yourself.

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We need to get real about how we discuss disability and stigma

16 August,2021

Over the last month we have introduced you the three people: Jeff, Abi and Dash. They all have different stories, histories and background. But they do share one thing in common – they all have a disability.

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What you should wear to a job interview

26 July,2021

You’ve just got the call; you beat out tonnes of other applicants with your resume and you landed an interview. You’re probably so excited, (and you should be- this is huge) but maybe there’s a tiny hint of worry setting in about what to wear to put your best foot forward.

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How to Nail a Job Interview

26 July,2021

Chances are you're pretty excited to have made it this far (and you should be) but those nerves probably started kicking in the minute you hung up the phone right?

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How to talk to an employer about your disability

26 July,2021

First of all, let's just make one thing very clear - this is your private information which means only you can decide when and who you want to share it with.

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