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D arw in S un - P age 12 - 21 - C M Y K 16ls04/09 12 SPECIAL ADVERTISING FEATURESun Newspapers WEDNESDAY October 14 2009 ADVERTISING PROFILE: MENTAL HEALTH CARERS CatholicCare NT (formerly Centacare NT) supports individuals, couples and families. Can we assist you? Could you use some help with parenting? Are alcohol and / or drugs affecting your family? Is family violence a safety issue for your family? Are you struggling to cope with a family member's difficult behaviour? Are you a victim of violent crime needing some help? Getting married? We have a marriage preparation program. How good is your budgeting? We have a money management program. We have people who can help. Please ring about services in your area. Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs, Wadeye and Nguiu with outreach programs to remote areas. Telephone 08 8944 2000 www.catholiccarent.org.au 16ls06/09 RIGHT: There are some great events on offer during 2009 Carers Week, and everyone, from carers to people dedicated in helping the cause, can get involved RReeccooggnniittiioonn ffoorr tthhoossee wwhhoo ccaarree THERE are some great events on offer during 2009 Carers Week, and everyone, from carers to people dedicated to helping the cause, can get involved. The 2009 Carers Week will be formally opened at Parliament House this Friday, October 16. Families Minister Milliandari McCarthy will declare the event open at the Speakers Garden from 5pm to 6.30pm to invited guests. Sunday, October 18 will be a celebration of caring families at East Point. A non-denominational celebration of the spirituality of carers and caring will be held from 9am. An informal breakfast will be held beforehand, starting from 8.30am, followed by the ceremony and launch of Celebration Balloons at 9am. Young carers will also have the chance to get into the fun with a mystery event. Young carers aged 13 or older are invited to the mystery, which will be revealed on the day, at Casuarina Shopping Centre from noon to 2pm on Sunday, October 18. Lunch is included, but you must call Carers NT to book a spot at the mystery event. On Tuesday, October 20, carers and their families can enjoy a relaxing tour of Darwin Harbour. The family harbour cruise on the Spirit of Darwin will leave Cullen Bay Marina at 5pm, returning to Cullen Bay by 7.30pm. Finger food, drink and entertainment will be provided. The harbour cruise is free for carers, but spaces are limited so book quickly. On Friday, October 23, Carers NT will host a sausage sizzle at the Royal Darwin Hospital forecourt. All are welcome to the event, which starts at noon. For more information about what's on offer for 2009 Carers Week, or to book a place at one of the fantastic events occurring around Darwin, call Carers NT on 8948 4877. Sun Newspapers out every Wednesday FFrroomm cchhiilldd ttoo ccaarreerr DDECEMBER 19, 2000,was a day that changed the lives of Lyn Temby and Charlier Temby Baistow. Lyn was sitting in her stationary car at a set of traffic lights, when without warning she was rammed from behind at high speed by another vehicle. She did not see it coming or anticipate anything as two other cars were hit before her, causing a deadly domino effect. As a result of the crash, Lyn sustained a head injury with bleeding to the corpus callosum, which changed everything for her. Having to learn to walk and talk properly again, not allowed to drive or swim, having double vision and suffering a major depression disorder and post traumatic stress disorder, her life turned to chaos. Losing her job, career, memory, essentially everything that was her life, Lyn ended up being cared for by her nine-yearold daughter Charlier. Charlier had to try and make sense of the traumatic incident that essentially changed her mum in a heartbeat, but also had to cope with being a child and taking on more responsibility than many adults need to cope with such as caring for her mum. "Having a brain injury has been the worst event of my life," Lyn said. "Grief, loneliness, anger, sadness, feeling lost, helpless, tired, fed up and struggling are just some of the feelings I contend with on a regular basis. "But Charlier has the same feelings, and she doesn't even have the excuse of an injury. Charlier has to live with her Mum, a Mum who changed instantly. "If I had one wish - it would be that Charlier would not be affected by something so traumatic and out of her control and for her to know what it's like to live her life as a kid, not having to worry like an adult." Mental Health Carers NT operates several programs so young carers such as Charlier and people like Lyn can start to feel like living a normal life again, including Paint it: Art programs, which give everyone a meaningful use of time, help promote non-verbal self expression, and improve self esteem and social interaction. Lyn has discovered her love as an artist during her rehabilitation, and has recently launched a few projects, including a mirror piece called My Sun. For more information about the programs Mental Health Carers NT offer, call 8948 1051. Lyn Temby laucher her new artpiece called My Sun during the recent Mental Health Week Dinner ANNETTE GILLANDERS AND BIZNORTH PTY LTD 2009 Small Business Champion Award winners, Small Business Champion Entrepreneur and Business Services Categories BIZNORTH Pty Ltd is a dynamic and professional business consultancy, providing organisations with support in the areas of business diagnostics and training solutions. Established in 2001 and located in Darwin, BiZnorth provides a team of experienced consultants to business and government organisations across the northern region of Australia. Marketing, customer service and personal development are managed through senior learning development coordinator Neilia Ginnane. Project management, change management and training and assessment is delivered by general manager Doug Gillanders. Janelle Jorgensen is the ever helpful face and voice of BiZnorth in her role as administrative coordinator. Insightful strategy and energetic ideas are key points of the BiZnorth way of doing business. Led by award-winning business leader and managing director Annette Gillanders, BiZnorth works closely with organisations to develop the human capital of their businesses. Services include attracting quality employees, clarifying and finalising position descriptions and developing performance appraisal systems, as well as project management, change management, cultural change and training key staff members. Ms Gillanders has a strong record of business and personal achievements. In 2006, she was awarded the Adult Educator of the Year for the Northern Territory. In 2008, she was declared the Northern Territory Telstra Business Woman of the Year 2008. This year, Ms Gillanders has been awarded the Small Business Champion Entrepreneur of the NT. Ms Gillanders leads her team with passion, dedication and a positive outlook. She is competitive by nature, makes time to have fun and enjoy what she does, and always strives for the best result. Her approach and zest for life and work is one that is shared by all members of the BiZnorth team. Call BiZnorth or go to the website for more details and information on its capabilities. We believe in positive outcomes and strive to deliver your needs, Ms Gillanders said. ACHIEVE SUCCESS THROUGH RESKILLING BiZnorth offers quality services in business diagnostics, organisational development and high quality training. We are a Registered Training Organisation and offer Nationally Recognised Training. We also provide non-accredited and client specific customised training with an outcomes focus on results. Our vision is to provide quality services in training and that contributes to the sustainability of the Northern Territory and to be recognised as the best for innovation, flexibility and industry knowledge in training and organisational development. P: 08 8985 6801 F: 08 8985 6809 E: email@example.com www.biznorth.com.au 16ls08/09 WINNER OF THE SMALL BUSINESS CHAMPIONS BAKERY / CAKE STORE AWARD Rachaels Designacake is celebrating the birth of their third child, re-opening for business from the 5th of Jan. We will continue to operate as normal after this time. Please contact us after the 5th of Jan to arrange a quote or make an appointment. We look forward to working with you to design the perfect cake for your special occasion. Due to us taking the time off any time in the early year of 2010 will be enough notice for a wedding or special occasion cake. Please visit our website for further information www.rachaelsdesignacake.com.au 16ls09/09 16ls07/09 21Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY October 14 2009SPECIAL ADVERTISING FEATURE TTooaassttiinngg tthhee TToopp EEnnddss bbuussiinneessss cchhaammppiioonnss TWELVE Northern Territory businesses have been selected as winners in the 2009 Australian Small Business Champion Awards. These businesses will now represent the Territory at the national level of the program. The businesses selected are: Rachael's DesignaCake Bakery/Cake Store Centre Labour Force and Recruitment NT, Alice Springs Business Services BiZnorth Educational Services The Chook Shed Fast Food/ Takeaway Store Flight Path Golf and Archery Health & Fitness Services Allora Gardens Nursery Home & Garden Improvement The Pearl Galleria Jewellery Store Captovate New Business (less than two years) Saffrron Restaurant Restaurant Viva La Body Specialised Retail Small Business Creative Territory Specialised Small Business Enchanted Moments Events Wedding Services This awards program is the largest of its type in Australia. National winners of 35 industry categories will be announced at a gala dinner held at The Westin Sydney on Saturday, November 14. Precedent Productions managing director and creator of the awards Steve Loe said the awards program gives small businesses the opportunity to be recognised at a national level. Each year we have seen the growth of the program, and are excited to see the variety and quality of small businesses throughout the country," he said. AAnnnneettttee ssttiillll lleeaaddss tthhee wwaayy BiZnorth managing director Annette Gillanders works closely with organisations to develop human resources
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