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Assisting Refugees & Torture and Trauma Survivors
Assisting Refugees & Torture and Trauma Survivors

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We had an amazing fun Family Fun Day on Sat 3/11 – the first for FLAC so far. 

The Objective:
Restore Connection to Place – visit Fremantle – participate in community festival – appreciation for Aboriginal Culture, as well as connections with other families and 6 ASeTTS Volunteers.

We could not control the rain and wind, but everything that was in our power went perfectly – thanks to Rachel (nutrition) and amazing ASeTTS Volunteers who were so committed, engaging with clients and dedicated to their role all day.

The day included:
- 7 Families from Mirrabooka, Maddington, Wembley, Gosnells – coming by Train, car and bus! 35 of us!
- Healthy Picnic in Freo Arts Centre (and Glow grow go foods session with Rachel)
- Enjoying Wardanji Aboriginal Cultural festival together involving face painting, bands, bubble blowing, damper eating, learning Noongar traditional dance, sand mandalas, free show bags, children’s slide, ducking for rain, basket weaving and an amazing dance off on the sand mandala in the arvo!
- A ride around Freo in the bus to see what we could see!

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Our final Peace Leadership Workshop was held this weekend. 

This means we have trained Peace Leadership facilitators in the Afghan, Iranian and Somali communities.

We look forward to their support and contribution to the program, and thank them for their commitment.
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Community Program Coordinator Manuela Macri and Counsellor Larina Bromley are ready for their presentation at the AAFT Family Therapy Conference on Friday.

Their workshop, entitled "Opening Doors to Refugee Families", will assist attendees to better understand this client group by exploring the following areas:
• The Refugee Experience and its effect on families
• Torture and trauma effects on families
• The ASeTTS Recovery Model framework
• How ASeTTS works with families, youth and communities using the Recovery Model framework 
• Barriers to refugee families accessing services

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We are now in preparation for tonight's Annual General Meeting. ASeTTS 2012 Report to the Community and Annual Report are now available on the website.
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