Remind provides training , education and consulting to a diverse range of
organisations in the area of mental health. With excellent feedback from our
client organisations we pride ourselves on providing highly tailored, targeted,
enduring learning solutions. Our mutually complimentary aims of raising
awareness, improving organisational effectiveness and eliminating stigma run
through all of Remind's activities.
Why do we do this?
The answer is simple. we care!
Remind supports people in a variety of work environments including:
- customer service departments
- disability employment services
- New South Wales Police Force
- ambulance services
- city councils
- RSL clubs
- Commonwealth Respite Carelink Centres
- Ageing Disability and Homecare
- Carer Assist
- Respite Services
We do this in order to build knowledge and skills to foster greater
understanding and insight into mental health and eliminate stigma around mental
Mental illness touches the lives of many - through family, friends, community
and of course, employment. Remind’s purpose is to provide mental health
training, education and consultancy services to people who engage with those who
may have mental health issues.
Feel free to contact us to discuss your
Remind’s services address a range of mental health topics such as:
- basic information on mental health and mental illness
- specific mental health disorders
- suicide awareness
- mental illness within the general community
- engaging with behaviours we may experience as challenging
- telephone skills for call-centre teams who may engage with people living
with mental illness.
- professional customer service in face-to-face engagement with people living
with mental illness
More about us...
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Thursday 12th December from 7pm - 9pm
Prince Henry Centre | 2
Coast Hospital Rd, Little Bay
Join guest speakers from
Carers NSW and Eastern Sydney Medicare Local who will
talk about new mental health services
and support programs for residents living in the Randwick and Botany Bay areas.
If you are caring for a person with a mental illness find out how you can access the following free
local Carers NSW Services, including the Older Parent
Carer program and Mental Health Respite: Carer Support Programs.
Medicare Local will provide and overview of the Partners in
Recovery (PIR) Program and Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) program.
This service is designed for
people experiencing mental health issues who are socially or financially
disadvantaged, and who would otherwise not be able to access mental health services. Light
refreshments provided. Free, but bookings are required on 9399 0972 or email@example.com
or click here to view the flyer
NSW Police Force
"NSW Police consider Remind as a preferred mental health training provider. Remind worked closely with our senior managers to tailor a mental health training program to meet our complex needs, and feedback from everyone that attended their training has been excellent”.
Superintendent David Donohue, NSW Police Force Mental Health Intervention Team
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