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Karumah Community COVID-19 Infopack: Resources and Information to help you stay safe and stop the spread of COVID-19 COVID-19 Karumah Community ResourceDownload Dear Karumah Community, As you are well aware, Australia and the rest of the world are currently facing the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a rapidly developing situation which in addition to posing a health risk to...

Phoebe Moloney - NOVEMBER 17 2019 - 7:00AM  STORIES: Karumah's community and promotions officer Aly James with the service's new book Karuma: 30 Years of Care. Picture: Supplied After thirty years of supporting residents of the Hunter region with HIV, staff at Karumah say they are grateful to be able to tell a very different...

This post originally appeared on Avert.Org: https://www.avert.org/living-with-hiv/health-wellbeing/mental-health FAST FACTS • It’s normal to have ups and downs when living with HIV. • Being mindful of your worries, and seeking support from others, is a great way of maintaining your mental health. Remember you're not alone. • If you think you are suffering from depression, your healthcare professional...

From the NAPWHA Facebook page: June 5th is HIV Long Term Survivors Day and we commemorate and celebrate the lives, bravery and advocacy of those who paved the way for every facet of the HIV response. "To all long term survivors out there today we are acknowledging the major ups and downs you have been through on...

Survey Background - The Australian Government is holding a Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. The Royal Commission will provide Australian people living with HIV (PLHIV), their partners, carers, family and friends, HIV service providers and Aged Care services with a rare opportunity to make clear to the Australian Government, the current and...

Farron Research is proud to announce the launch of its Disability Market Research Panel which will provide companies with the means to understand the requirements/needs that people with disabilities have in terms of products and services within the Australian Market. To date, access to these panels has been restrictive and Farron Research is looking to...

The following profile was featured in the Newcastle Herald on April 1st, 2019:  PASSIONATE: Catherine Conaghan is a case manager at Karumah Positive Living Centre. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers Catherine Conaghan says she will "be carried out in a stretcher" before she leaves her job.  The Holmesville resident has served as Karumah Positive Living Centre's case manager for...