Campaign: Datasets

Carer Breaks

I manage a short term accommodation program in SA. The eligibility criteria ia basically a degree of genuine need. The question that I get asked a lot is "Are there any other places that offer a similar program?'. There are many respite centres that offer short term breaks to those who qualify under their particular set of criteria but very few centres that offer the same short break for those who may be under 65 or ...more »

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Campaign: Not for Profit PSI

Local Stories - National Progress | Place-based Planning

INFORM-EMPOWER-ADVANCE Networks of locally governed, independent Not-For-Profits, [such as the Local Learning and Employment Networks in the Education Sector, or PCP's in the health sector in Victoria], supported by Government, are prime vehicles to source, combine and advocate local needs across many sectors and at a scale {multiple LGA's] to improve the focus and quality of targeted Government service provision. ...more »

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Campaign: Not for Profit PSI

Using mobile and web 2.0 to build relationships between a hospital and the community it serves

Scenario: You have just had a positive experience in a major public hospital that may have happened due to a planned or unplanned event. You had a great relationship with the nurses and doctors that looked after you. You provided all your patient information including mobile phone number, email and residential address on admission. You leave the hospital feeling much better and thankful that the hospital and its dedicated ...more »

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Campaign: Gov 2.0 Innovators

Mosman Memories of Your Street

Mosman Library run an incredible outreach program and have a fine track record in the online space. They put social networking tools like blogs, flickr and twitter to good use and have developed a standalone site, 'Mosman Memories' which acts as a space for "past and present residents of Mosman to share memories of their street." The site is part of the living history program that is run by the Library, and is in my opinion, ...more »

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