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Fair winds for Peter

At nearly 94, Peter Attrill’s life so far has been filled with sailing honours, overseas adventures and a close-knit family. Anglicare manages Peter's home care package. The service can provide important respite for family members. We chatted with Peter in the lead-up to National Carers Week. Read more
Kevin Purton and his wife standing together and smiling.

Reflections on recovery

This time last year, Kevin Purton and his wife Debbie were in the very early stages of recovery from a motor vehicle accident. Kevin talks about the journey in the lead up to National Road Safety Week (14-21 May). Read more
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Planting the seeds for strong mental health

The Rocherlea Rehabilitation and Recovery Service is building soil and skills with its on-site therapeutic gardening program. Read more
Noel Mundy speaking to media for the Fair Funding Campaign

Anglicare Tasmania supports Fair Funding campaign

Anglicare Tasmania supports the Fair Funding campaign’s request for fair and reasonable funding in this year’s State budget. Read more
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Are finances tight in your household this Christmas?

Christmas is around the corner and interest rates are on the rise again. It's a challenging time for many. How are your finances looking? Read more
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Anglicare ‘buys local’ from Tasmanian suppliers

Anglicare Tasmania relies on the solid partnerships it has developed with a range of Tasmanian-based suppliers. Read more
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How do I contact Anglicare over Christmas and into the New Year?

At Anglicare we're committed to supporting our clients over the Christmas and New Year period. This article explains our opening hours and the availability of some key services. Read more
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Paying the Price of Welfare Reform: the experiences of Anglicare staff and clients in interacting with Centrelink

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