This is the theme for NADIOC Week 2019, and the words have never been more relevant; especially in Central Australia. Strategic focus on Professional Development, training and study across our entire workforce with generous paid leave available to staff. A genuine commitment to ‘Closing the Gap’ must include the establishment of a national representative body for Australia’s First Nations, as was recommended by the Referendum Council after extensive consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia. Traineeships and Cadetships – Training & Development Coordinator 5 of the men had been in gaol over five times. Working with people who have passion for all. Document Type: Single-enterprise agreementAgreements. 2012 Chronic Diseases Network Recognition Awards Winners: Chronic Disease Health Promotion/Program Delivery (team or organisation), Award Winner: Health Promotion Team, Casuarina Community Care Centre, Highly Commended: Milikapiti Primary Health Care Team, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Leadership, Award Winner: Barbara Cox, Strong Women Strong Babies Strong Culture Coordinator, Top End West, Department of Health, Highly Commended: Sally Ann Sherman, Manager of the Mobile Health Service, Danila Dilba Health Service, Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Chronic Disease (individual), Award Winner: Robyn Williams, Senior Lecturer, Charles Darwin University, Highly Commended: Kraut Hauth, Renal Case Manager at Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, CDN Conference Theme ‘Promoting Healthy Childhood – Preventing Chronic Conditions’, Award Winner: Pre-school Readiness Program at Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, Highly Commended: Beatrice Parry, Child Health Aboriginal Health Practitioner, Nauiu Health Centre. CYATS offers assessment and treatment to children suspected of FASD or other neurodevelopmental disorder. related. or. Registered Nurse, Dental Assistant, General Practitioner and more on Indeed.com Congress works in partnership with Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE) to provide accredited training to Congress students and trainees, specifically the HLT40213 Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice course. Chansey Paech, Donna McMasters, Dawn Ross (Treasurer), Chippy Miller, Joe Hayes, William Tilmouth (President), Donna Ah Chee (CEO). The Australian Government’s National Partnership on Remote Service Delivery has identified each of the communities represented at the Summit, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Dr Mark Wenitong on what works in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men’s health, Part 1 Case Study Ingkintja Male Health Service at Congress ACCHO in Alice Springs. Average Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC) hourly pay ranges from approximately $30.29 per hour for Early Childhood Teacher to $30.39 per hour for Client Services. Though we still have a long way to go, more of the men are taking control and utilising our programs to support improving their mental health and overall wellbeing,” said Dr Wenitong. “We are no longer a closed shop,” Mr Tilmouth added. Today’s top 30 Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation jobs. Male prison transitional care coordinators work with clients on health and wellbeing, and facilitate linkages with employment and training provider. Since then only 38 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been elected to any of the State, Territory or Federal parliaments; 22 of these being in the Northern Territory. The program’s involvement continues when the children go into mainstream preschool. Forgot account? The systemic under-representation of Aboriginal people is mirrored in senior decision-making roles within public services across Australia. An investigation into the Alice Springs based health organisation Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, which is understood to have an annual budget of around $40m, has found there may be a string of serious flaws in its financial accountability and governance. Danila Dilba Health Service and Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, NACCHO #MensHealthWeek Media Release : @NACCHOChair and Dr Mark Wenitong  “ Closing the Gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male health : Plus case study Ingkintja Male Health Service at Congress ACCHO in Alice Springs, NACCHO #ClosingTheGap Aboriginal Health and #UluruStatement #Makarrata : #NAIDOC2019 Week : #Voice #Treaty #Truth. Negativities, rumours, gossip and no focus. The Congress Workforce Engagement and Development Plan was precipitated by the Congress Board of Directors establishing a benchmark of 60% Aboriginal employment. Compare pay for popular roles and read about the team’s work-life balance. Funding of $7 million over four years was recently announced to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia to support up to 13 Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurses to assist and support up to 4,000 men with prostate cancer. “The awards are testament to the great work being done to improve the health of Territorians and to reduce the likelihood of chronic diseases in our younger generation and generations to come. The ACCHO delivers a full suite of medical care complemented by social support services with emphasis on preventative health with annual 715 health check, servicing over 1,000 men every year. The overall aim is reduce the rate of hospitalisations, which is almost three times higher than for other Australian men and to reduce the number of Aboriginal men in prison who are imprisoned at 11 times the rate of the general male population.”, I would urge our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men to focus on their overall health after these two-three months of isolation and get a comprehensive annual 715 health check at their nearest ACCHO. “Give me the child until he is seven and I will give you the man,” Ms Ah Chee quotes the 17th century saint Francis Xavier. “I had a bit of a rough patch there. Establish a services agreement between Non-Government and Government Organisations through Blokes On Track Aboriginal Corporation (BOTAC), Establishment of Psychological Place Health Retreat, Chronic Disease Care Management services to be provided into the Male place, Establish a lease agreement with Iwupataka Land Trust. Abiraterone acetate (marketed as Zytiga®) will be available on the PBS from 1 August 2013, at a cost of $46 million over four years. All of this is achievable, and all requires deep listening from the Australian community and a commitment to action if we are to all move forward together as a single, unified nation. Congress has runs on the board. Ms Schulz-Allen said early intervention was vital to ensure future success in mainstream education. Read over 294 NACCHO Aboriginal Children’s Health articles published over the past 6 years. For almost 40 years, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Inc. (‘Congress’) has provided holistic primary health care services to Aboriginal people in Alice Springs and Central Australia. Donna Ah Chee @CAACongress Let’s work together for a shared future, which endorsed a constitutionally enshrined Indigenous representative body, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service, Aboriginal Male Health Talking powerfully from the heart @CAACongress and @CASSEaustralia Launch Kurruna Mwarre Ingkintja – Good Spirit Men’s Place – Research Project Report : Download, comment made last year by the Northern Territory Coroner Greg Cavanagh, NACCHO Aboriginal Children’s Health Successful #earlychildhood programs deliver significant improvements in the health and well-being of Aboriginal children and families. Read over 400 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Men’s Health articles published by NACCHO over 8 Years, The history of NACCHO OCHRE Day events 2013- 2019. “At the end of the Summit, we hope to have developed some plans for action they can take back to their communities.”. “We [Aboriginal people] controlled it from the beginning, and still do,” she says. With a workforce of 399 staff and over 50% Aboriginal employment, training is critical to achieving Congress’ strategic objectives through building a skilled workforce that has appropriate clinical and non-clinical skills to deliver culturally‑safe and responsive health care to Aboriginal people . A new board was elected (to be formed upon the registration of Congress under the CATSI Act) and will remain in place until the next Annual General Meeting in late 2013. 12 weeks full-time per year paid Congress placement; mentoring and coaching with Congress professional; weekly allowance paid for study periods; and. We must do better at preventing this from occurring and early childhood is key.”. Congress will also accept other BIITE students on clinical placement and will share with BIITE resources to provide access to the Communicare system. The Australian Government’s National Partnership on Remote Service Delivery has identified each of the communities represented at the Summit as a priority area. Are you a local member of the Stolen Generations? Donna Ah Chee quoted these findings by the Harvard Centre on the Developing Child at a keynote address to a recent  national health conference in Alice Springs. By wrapping services around families, locally focussed programs like this are also important in helping guard against the development of chronic conditions in later life, such as rheumatic heart disease and kidney failure.”. Ingkintja: Wurra apa artwuka pmara is an Aboriginal Male Health Service at the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress that takes the lead in providing cultural activities and social and emotional wellbeing services for male health for many years. “The mainstream health system had completely failed us.”. Enjoyed working in different roles and the ability to use own initiative. Campaigns are also being developed to address the stigma around depression, anxiety and related disorders. “It is a concern that there has been no progress on some targets, especially the employment target, but there is a wide ranging review currently underway on this issue which will hopefully lead to some useful new approaches. “It’s encouraging to see the new board and their enthusiasm to work with management to bring about the necessary changes in order to meet the charter of Congress and the expectations of government and the community. The Large Employer of the Year Award recognises organisations with a workforce of  200+ employees that has achieved excellence in the provision of nationally recognised training to its employees. “They’re happy to see us and that we can talk to the teachers at the preschool as well and say what that child is like and how that child has improved,” he said. “The program is clearly accessing some of the most disadvantaged families in Alice Springs with whom it will have it greatest impact.”, She says there needs to be one carer for every four children “but the carers can be community people trained on the job. We know that Mums participating in this program have fewer low birth weight babies, higher rates of breastfeeding and very high infant immunisation rates. “They bring in a doctor to see the children one-on-one and have time with the parents, and ask how the parents are going at home with everything and if need be they do the referrals and they help you to get to your appointments for the child’s referrals.”. What. “They can reverse the large social gradient seen in this graph. A key component of the project was trialling the psychoanalytically informed 15week ‘BreakThrough Violence’ group treatment program for the prevention and treatment of violence. Ask a question about working or interviewing at CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CONGRESS. The Kurruna Mwarre-Ingkintja (Good Spirit Males Place) Research Project, a collaboration between the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress) and Creating A Safe Supportive Environment (CASSE) – commenced in 2015 with the aim of developing a unique Aboriginal Men’s Shed Model, along cultural lines, to empower men to find their voices and live authentically. Our peoples have been here 65,000 years or more. This achievement is in large part, the result of governments working in genuine partnership with Aboriginal community-controlled health services and investing new funds where they are most needed. The Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation welcomed the latest Closing the Gap report card, calling for an emphasis on continued commitment and long-term investment by the Council of Australian Governments to meet meaningful targets in Aboriginal disadvantage. (08) 8959 4771. NACCHO Aboriginal Health #SDoH #MarmotOz : ‘Aunty, with our prospects in life – what is the point of being healthy? As Professor Megan Davis recently wrote “The Uluru Statement from the Heart was tactically issued to the Australian people, not Australian politicians. Leverage your professional network, and get hired. Congress traineeships are offered to Aboriginal school leavers seeking work experience and/or Aboriginal people looking to return to work and or a career change, who are interested in building career in the field of Aboriginal health or related administrative and corporate service. ” Denying children stimulation – talking with them, reading to them, praising them – very early in their life is more serious than either sexual abuse or physical abuse in terms of impact on life long health and well being. Ms Donna Ah Chee is the CEO of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Alice Springs which, not surprisingly, has early childhood care as its top priority. “We measure children on several domains of their development like fine motor development, gross motor development, speech, receptive language, expressive language. For two years prior, many consultations were held with Aboriginal men and communities to determine the direction and need for pending research. Now it is 10. The project included qualitative research interviews with 23 male participants living in Alice Springs that illuminated critical aspects of men’s experiences. “It’s good seeing the improvements of the child plus seeing that child have the confidence to start preschool.”. This is strong evidence that the significant investment in the NT, especially the investment in Aboriginal primary health care, is working”, Ms Donna Ah Chee (pictured above left )the CEO of Congress, NACCHO board member and former CEO of NACCHO. MEDIA ARE INVITED TO ATTEND, Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program Organisations, Durri Aboriginal Corporation Medical Service, Greater Western Aboriginal Health Service, Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service (ACT) Inc, New Directions: Mothers and Babies Services Organisations, Wellington Aboriginal Corporation Health Service, Mulungu Aboriginal Corporation Primary Health Care Service, Gurriny Yealamucka (Good Healing) Health Services Aboriginal Corporation, NPA Family and Community Services Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Corp, Derby Aboriginal Health Service Council Aboriginal Corporation, Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service, South-West Aboriginal Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation, Pika Wiya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation, Pangula Mannamurna Aboriginal Corporation, Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service (Aboriginal Corporation), Ms Donna Ah Chee is the CEO of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Alice Springs which, not surprisingly, has early childhood care as its top priority, “The summit will discuss a number of issues. ” In Alice Springs, the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress is targeting at-risk Indigenous children before they even start preschool. in partnership with the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress and Wurli Wurlinjang Health Service. “It was good that they had just a small group so they could focus on the kids one-on-one. Corrections staff have provided encouraging feedback on the positive impact that these visits have on the Aboriginal prisoners, noting changed attitudes and behaviours as the men reflect on the impact of their actions and ask for the next Ingkintja session. Ms Croker said his teachers from mainstream preschool had noticed a transformation in Jaxon. “Although the addition of a new target on closing the gap in school attendance rates may be useful, Congress is disappointed that the new target was not more directly focused on closing the gap in actual Educational outcomes. The Plan builds on a number of innovative strategies to support Aboriginal people to gain employment and qualifications and to build on our existing workforce including: Accredited and non-accredited training remains a commitment across our entire workforce, establishing an Aboriginal workforce is critical to closing the gap in health outcomes for Aboriginal people and Congress strategic plan” said Chief Executive Officer, Donna Ah Chee. CASSE (Creating A Safe Supportive environment) is a psychological not-for-profit organisation with the vision to change minds in order to save lives. 5 out of 5 5.0. Accredited and non-accredited training remains a commitment across our entire workforce, establishing an Aboriginal workforce is critical to closing the gap in health outcomes for Aboriginal people and Congress strategic plan. Recognising and promoting the positive roles Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males have in managing their own health, and in supporting the health of all members of their communities including women and children. allowance for accommodation and travel costs. “The commitment of our Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) is to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males to live longer, healthier lives by providing a wide range of preventative men’s programs that address critical social and emotional issues that our men face. About 120 Aboriginal men from across Australia have joined together at a national summit to identify ways to improve the health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males in remote communities. Incorporated into the male-only service are washing facilities (showers and laundry facilities), a gym and ‘Men’s Shed’. It is a powerful contributor to the lack of an accountable, informed, and sustained approach to Aboriginal issues, and the limited success in reaching the Closing the Gap targets. Treaty. “The men say they hide their feelings that ‘they hurt, they bleed they have pain’, ‘all suffering’, feel ‘degraded and scorned’, ‘disempowered’, ‘lost’, ‘devalued’ and ‘unrecognised,’ seen as ‘violent losers’ and more.”. The changes were voted on as Congress held a General Meeting today at the Alice Springs Convention Centre, attended by 93 members. The New Directions program targets five priority areas, including: Practical advice and assistance with breast-feeding, nutrition and parenting, Monitoring development, immunisations and infections, Health checks and referrals to treatment for children before they start school. “While lifetime health care is important, intensive support from before birth to three years old – the critical first 1,000 days – has the greatest impact on our children’s futures,” said Minister Wyatt. For more information regarding the HLT40213 Certificate IV visit the BIITE website here. We focus on empowering people and communities to understand and work through their trauma (manifest by suicide, depression, violence, substance usage) by preserving and strengthening cultural life and capacity between the generations in a self-determining way. )Total Effective Package: $115,864- $125,715 (p.a. Pictured above : Ms Ah Chee , Doctor John Boffa and staff showing  NACCHO CEO Pat Turner through  ” Arrwekele akaltye—irretyeke ampere ”   A targeted Early Childhood learning program  Aboriginal children 6 months to 3 years, See NACCHO TV Interview with Donna Ah Chee. FASD experience and training The Child and Youth Assessment and Treatment Service (CYATS) at Central Australian Aboriginal Congress commenced in April 2018. Congress has a proud 43 year history of providing comprehensive Aboriginal community controlled health care to over 15,000 Aboriginal people in Alice Springs and across six remote Aboriginal communities in Central Australia. Annual health checks are crucial in picking up little things before they become worse, give peace of mind, and they are free.”, On the occasion of National Men’s Health Week, NACCHO Chair Donnella Mills, NACCHO Media Statement – Men’s Health Week v2.1 15 June. All of this is achievable, and all requires deep listening from the Australian community and a commitment to action if we are to all move forward together as a single, unified nation.”, Donna Ah Chee CEO Congress ACCHO Alice Springs. The theme of this year’s conference and awards is ‘Promoting Healthy Childhood – Preventing Chronic Conditions’ and focuses on childhood links to chronic diseases. HLT40213 Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice. Outcomes from this summit will follow later this week. “Through Better Start to Life, Danila Dilba has recently begun offering home nurse visits, meaning Darwin children and families now have more culturally appropriate access to antenatal and postnatal care. More than $300,000 has been provided to establish, equip and promote Men’s Sheds as a positive contributor towards health, wellbeing and community engagement issues within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Powerlessness is an identified risk factor for disease for Aboriginal Australians. Congress has grown to be the largest Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation in the Northern Territory and, until this point, has been registered under the Associations Act NT 2003. Back Refine Clear. Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation (CAAC) - Head Office in Alice Springs, 0870, offers the following services - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health service. “A huge difference — he’s a totally different kid now,” she said. Why is this seen by so many to be so important? If so, we would like to hear your ideas about what event or activity you would like to see happy on national Apology Day (February 16) to acknowledge the day this year. Central Australian Aboriginal Congress jobs now available. 0 out of 5. She said it was common for children in their program to come from highly traumatic situations. No need to talk about government failure when our communities can be so successful given right resourcing, support, authority & control ”, Kerry Arabena Professor Indigenous Health Leading @First1000DaysOz, PDF printable version of Giving our Indigenous Children a Better Start to Life – PDF 361 KB. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Congress is thrilled to be named 2017 Large Employer of the Year at the NT Training Awards. (ABC Alice Springs: Emma Haskin). We have been active for many years in both the treatment of alcohol-related problems amongst the communities we serve, and in advocating for evidence-based policy to prevent alcohol-related harm. THE BEST WORKING EXPERIENCE IN MY CAREER AS AN RN. Listed twenty four days ago 24d ago at Central Australian Aboriginal Congress This is a Full Time job location: Alice Springs & Central Australia Alice Springs & Central Australia classification: Healthcare & Medical Healthcare & Medical subClassification: Nursing - Community, Maternal & Child Health Nursing - Community, Maternal & Child Health impacting health, including physical, social and emotional wellbeing, culture, employment, incarceration, and access to services in remote Aboriginal communities. See case study part 1 below : Photo above : Left right Terry Braun , John Liddle Manager , David Galvin , Wayne Campbell , Ken Lichleitner. Ken Lechleitner Pangarte, the primary Researcher Officer, is an Anmatjere and Western Arrernte man with a cultural reputation for being able to move between the two worlds and for being an advocate for change for his people. Gap Youth and Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation. Our Education and Training Service provides a range of education and training opportunities to Aboriginal people interested in pursuing a rewarding and meaningful career in Aboriginal health. Where. An Aboriginal Health Practitioner (AHP) focused traineeship program with 13 AHP trainees progressing towards Certificate IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care with a pathway to an AHP career in Congress. Minister for Health David Tollner hosted the Chronic Diseases Network Recognition Awards, one of the highlights of the 16th Annual Chronic Diseases Network Conference, which opened today. Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon, said today the three-day summit involved men from 29 communities from the Northern Territory, Western Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia. #ABetterStarttoLife #ANFPP #New Directions: Mothers and Babies Services program and #Preschool Readiness Program, NACCHO Aboriginal Health Training News: Congress #ACCHO Alice Springs wins major Training Large Employer of the Year Award, Aboriginal Children’s Health : Targeted Early Childhood learning programs 6 months to 3 years key to #healthyfutures, NACCHO CTG member response :NT only jurisdiction on track to close the gap by 2031: Congress Alice Springs, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation, NACCHO Male Health news: Aboriginal Men Heed the Call for Better Health. Agreement Details: Agreement title: Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Enterprise Agreement 2017 – 2021. She says he published the results of a British study on 70,000 children all born in 1970. The Australian Government is also investing in providing better treatment for men with prostate cancer, with about 20,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Final recommendations from the Kurruna Mwarre-Ingkintja Research Project report include: For over 40 years, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress) has provided support and advocacy for Aboriginal people in the struggle for justice and equity. 30 out of the 34 men said they found the group helpful. “Individuals, teams and organisations from across the Territory have been nominated by their peers, colleagues and clients for their contributions to tackling chronic diseases in the NT. Cadetships are offered on a fixed-term basis for the duration of the university course length. This achievement is in large part, the result of governments working in genuine partnership with Aboriginal community-controlled health services and investing new funds where they are most needed. Life expectancy for men was 52 – now 63; and 54 for women – now 70. Since that time, Congress has expanded to become the largest Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation in the Northern Territory, providing a comprehensive, holistic and culturally-appropriate primary health care service to Aboriginal people living in and nearby Alice Springs, including five remote communities; Amoonguna, Ntaria (and Wallace Rockhole), Santa Teresa, Utju (Areyonga) and Mutitjulu. Youth Organization. This is strong evidence that the significant investment in the NT, especially the investment in Aboriginal primary health care, is working”, said Ms Donna Ah Chee the CEO of Congress. If children have entered school without the developmental capacity to learn and do well then attendance alone will not be sufficient to address the gap in educational and employment outcomes. Despite the enormity of the demands that Aboriginal people could make as peoples who never ceded sovereignty over the lands on which we now all live, our major demand is simply the right to be consulted about the legislation, policies and programs that are meant to help us. Dr Elizabeth Moore As a PHMO, Dr Moore provides guidance, advice, and support on a wide range of primary health care and public health issues on local, state and national level to AMSANT members, Board, staff and … Congress Alice Springs a monumental decision, members vote for change. I am hard working, loyal and dedicated to all. Their recognition of the degree to which they have unmet emotional and psychological needs was striking – an aspect of their experience that seemed unrecognised by the wider public. The completed research report will be launched at THE OLD COURTHOUSE, ALICE SPRINGS, at 12.30 PM on FRIDAY 9 MARCH 2018, followed by a BBQ. It is one of the oldest Aboriginal NGOs in town, founded in 1973. Reference: AE426278. The Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO), Apunipima Cape York Health Council’s Public Health Medical Officer, Dr Mark Wenitong, has worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men to improve their overall health and mental health. Registered Nurse. The list of abbreviations related to CAAC - Central Australian Aboriginal Congress “I’ve always been known for strong accountability, and strong accountability to the people we serve; it’s because of them that we exist. A traineeship program employing trainees across a number of health, early childhood and administrative positions, providing on the job and accredited Certificate IV training and career in Congress. Public & Government Service. “I’m also a strong believer in partnerships; we need community relationships in order to deliver services to the people who need them most. “, Chief Executive Officer, Donna Ah Chee. Pamela Nathan, Director of CASSE’s Aboriginal Australian Relations Program, Senior Investigator, co-supervised the project and stated that the interviews “illuminated critical aspects of men’s experiences. The average Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC) salary ranges from approximately $56,721 per year for Early Childhood Teacher to $120,132 per year for Dentist. In addition to this, children in the most well off families had been exposed to 560,000 more positive affirmations than negative, whereas in the welfare families children had 160,000 more negative affirmations than positive. 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