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FCAWA's 'Lighten the Load' theme is acknowledging that people working with vulnerable clients lighten their load through support and advocacy, but also highlighting the need to support and look out for one another. It's a reminder to engage in self-care through focusing on our health, looking after our heart and injecting some humour into our daily lives. It's important to reach out when we need others and to put in healthy practices to keep ourselves mentally well.

We all share this space together - let's support one another and have some fun! We will certainly be having fun at the conference, through interactive, inspiring and universally meaningful moments that will impact and equip you with tools to navigate your path, whilst supporting your mental health. "Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you."— Anne Lamott.


Look out for our amazing Keynote - Marty Wilson - Author, Australian Comic of the Year, International Business Award Winner and Resilience Expert!

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FCAWA is seeking your help to finalise our conference program for 2022! We are on target for a face-to-face conference 14-16th November at the Aloft Hotel.  FCAWA's 'Lighten the Load' theme is acknowledging that people working with vulnerable clients lighten their load through support and advocacy, but also highlighting the need to support and look out for one another. It's a reminder to engage in self-care through focusing on our health, looking after our heart and injecting some humour into our daily lives. It's important to reach out when we need others and to put in healthy practices to keep ourselves mentally well.


We are seeking abstracts of no more than 250 words that captures our theme. The closing date is 1 August 2022.