Speaker Date Topic
Dr. Daniel Lombardo Apr 20, 2018 12:30 PM
5 Steps to Better Hearing
5 Steps to Better Hearing

Dr. Daniel Lombardo will be presenting the 5 Steps to Better Hearing presentation. This will take Rotarians on a journey through Telethon Speech & Hearing’s humble beginnings, the early intervention services for children who suffer from a hearing loss or speech delay and the 5 simple steps that can be implemented by adults if they suffer from a suspected hearing loss.

Dr. Daniel Lombardo is the Business Development Manager from Telethon Speech & Hearing. He completed his PhD in Medicinal Chemistry where he won countless awards during his post-graduate studies including the Dean’s Prize, the Vice Chancellor’s list (top 1% of graduates) and the Royal Australian Chemical Institute Prize. Despite the knowledge that he acquired during his chemistry studies, he decided to undertake a career change which would be more fulfilling and meaningful. As a former Rotarian for the Canning Bridge Rotary Club, Daniel became passionate about contributing to those who required on-going support. He is now responsible for generating referrals for Telethon Speech & Hearing’s early intervention programs and establishing corporate partnerships that will establish scholarship funds for families experiencing financial hardships.

https://www.tsh.org.au/

https://www.tsh.org.au/event/artitude-amplified/

Samantha Spiro Apr 27, 2018 12:30 PM
Living at Home for Over 65s
Living at Home for Over 65s

Recent changes in aged care means that consumers have total choice in navigating the system and choosing the care and support that suits them best. These services aim to keep people living at home for longer, rather than being forced into other care environments.

MercyCare is a leader in this changing field and Sam Spiro, the Business Development Manager for Aged Care Services will be sharing how MercyCare are helping families have a better quality of life.

Sam Spiro has a background in nursing and has always specialised in aged care. Since working for MercyCare, she spends her time across community, residential and retirement living. She has a passion for assisting members of the public in understanding the government funded services that are available to them. These services make a massive difference to the quality of an individual's life and allows them to stay living at home for as long as they wish to do so.

Wendy Carter & Delilah Rose May 04, 2018 12:30 PM
Empoweress Series: Overcoming Adversity
Empoweress Series: Overcoming Adversity

A cautionary tale of grief and survival along with soothing music to heal your soul. 

Wendy Carter – A Widow, Mother, Grandmother, Farmer, Country Girl, and a brave Cancer Survivor!

Rod (Wendy’s husband) died suddenly at the age of 63 in 2014, from a heart attack leaving her with a million and one challenges of running a farm, then came another bombshell – a life-threatening diagnosis – breast cancer.

Wendy’s life is never dull, predictable, ever changing. She is still here and smiling.


Performance by Delilah Rose

Fronted by Delilah Rose on guitar and vocals, the Gunslingers carry the soul of the Deep South to find a home in tales of our own Wild West. The five-piece has played many a festival including Fringe World Festival, Boyup Brook Country Music Festival, Nannup Music Festival, Mt Helena Alt Country Music Festival and the RTRfm Winter Music Festival.

 

Tickets $45    www.trybooking.com.au/VBJZ

 

Dr Steve Lennon - President UNAA WA Division May 18, 2018 12:30 PM
Australia and the UN Sustainable development Goals – the role of individuals and not for profits
Australia and the UN Sustainable development Goals – the role of individuals and not for profits

A summary of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and their context as a roadmap for global sustainable development. Australia’s progress against the goals will be discussed and areas for improvement will be proposed. The presentation will conclude with a proposal as to what individuals and institutions can do to put Australia and on the path to a truly sustainable future.

Steve Lennon has more than 30 years’ experience in the power sector. He is recognised as an international expert in energy and technological innovation, with specialist knowledge in sustainability, climate change, energy planning and strategy and non-renewable and renewable energy and networks. Steve is President of the United Nations Association of Australia in WA, dealing with Human Rights, Women’s Equality, Environment, Sustainable Development Goals and youth global citizenship. He is also a director of South Africa’s Technology Innovation Agency, Fusion Energy Holdings (a diversified clean energy business), Shanduvan Pty Ltd (a niche energy sector advisory business) and Solajoule Pty Ltd (a solar water pumping and lighting business).

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