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7 Feb 2017
Former employee and volunteer receives OAM
Former House with No Steps employee, volunteer and pioneer, Shirley Oag has been awarded an Order of Australia medal for her outstanding community service to people with a disability for over 40 years.
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One House Summer 2016/17
7 Feb 2017
Keep up to date with everything House with No Steps and download the latest issue of One House magazine. It's packed full of interesting news and inspiring stories.
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Myths about anxiety
Myths about anxiety
20 Jan 2017
Anyone can experience anxiety. In fact, anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental illnesses in Australia. Know someone who’s often worried or stressed? Could it be an anxiety disorder? And what’s the difference anyway? Read on and we’ll bust seven common myths surrounding anxiety and set the record straight.
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Whistleblowing
Whistleblowing at House with No Steps
23 Dec 2016
We are excited to announce that we have started working with Your Call Whistleblowing Solutions. Your Call is an independent whistleblowing service. They can be contacted 24 hours a day, seven days a week (except for national public holidays) on the phone or through their website.
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We love our volunteers!
5 Dec 2016
In 2015-16 our individual volunteers dedicated more than 20,000 hours of their time, and corporate groups volunteered an additional 2,477 hours. What an amazing contribution! Here are just a handful of our great volunteer stories from the last few months.
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Asta Beavis
Meet Asta
29 Sep 2016
Asta is our Support Manager in Maitland and absolutely loves seeing people achieve their goals and dreams. She has over 13 years of experience working in the disability sector.
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Myths about OCD
Myths about OCD
26 Sep 2016
Many people believe that people with OCD are just fussy, ‘neat freaks’, or ‘germophobes’. But OCD affects the lives of more than 500,000 Australians day-to-day, and for some it can be a significant disability. Read on and we’ll shine some light on five myths surrounding OCD.
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