Gidget Goes Rural, Friday 1 September – Gidget held its first ever bush event on the 1st of the month with a fabulous night – Gidget Goes Rural – at the Orange Showground Pavilion.
The Gidget Goes Rural evening officially launched our new telehealth initiative within the Central West. The programme will reduce the inequity of access to postnatal depression services in often isolated rural and regional areas.
Managed by our wonderful Central West Committee, the evening was a huge success! We’d like to thank all the wonderful volunteers who helped to make this such a special event and in particular, thank the Central West Committee: Kate Strahorn, Lottie Ferrier, Sally Brazier, T Harris, T Miller, G Shepherd, G Staniforth.