10 September 2019

From Darkness to Light - A community event for people who are bereaved by suicide to come together in remembrance and support on World Suicide Prevention Day

Albany Town Square
6pm - 6.30pm
10th September 2019

Please bring a candle to light.

This event is inclusive of people from all cultures, faiths and communities.
Trained support people will be in attendance.

Great Southern Suicide Prevention Advisory Group
03 August → 31 August 2019

Compassionate Communities Art Project - Permission to Die

Compassionate Communities Art Project

Presented by the City of Albany in partnership with WA Primary Health Alliance, funded by the Brandenburg Foundation.

Permission To Die
Ruth Maddren & James Gentle

We struggle to communicate about the looming challenges, the fears, the imminent event. How can we speak about such a sensitive subject together?

Dying To Know Day is a national event that encourages communities and individuals to activate connections and curiosities by thinking, talking about and exploring the conversation around death. Artists Ruth Maddren and James Gentle will be facilitating and providing spaces through workshops to talk about end of life plans and explore the silent realms of death in a way that eases the unknown.

The Exhibition will be launched at 1pm on Sunday 3rd August at Vancouver Art Centre (all welcome) and will be open throughout August

21 August 2019

Understanding Grief and Loss: Supporting Yourself and Others - Albany

Road Trauma Support WA is hosting a FREE information evening for anyone wanting to know how they can support a family member, friend or themselves through unexpected grief or loss.
5.30pm - 7.30pm, Wednesday 21st August
Beryl Grant Community Centre, 15 Townsend St, Albany
REGISTER: 1300 004 814 (freecall), admin@rtswa.org.au
22 August 2019

Love is Listening: Dementia without Loneliness Documentary - Free Screening

Michael Verde (International Dementia Expert and Memory Bridge Founder) is coming to Albany for this special FREE screening of his new documentary 'Love is Listening: Dementia without Loneliness' at 6 pm on 22 August at the Albany Entertainment Centre.

This is a must see film that teaches ways to tap into depths of memory that dementia does not erase.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A session led by Michael Verde.

This documentary is also being screened in Perth and Margaret River however only the Albany event is free courtesy of the sponsorship from the Brandenburg Trust and support from the City of Albany in partnership with WA Primary Health Alliance, Alzheimer’s WA and Memory Bridge.
30 August 2019

Death Cafe - Albany - Three Anchors, meeting room

Death Cafe meets from 2-4 pm, on the last Friday of each month and in
the meeting room at Three Anchors. All welcome. Order your cuppa/cake/ refreshments of choice at the main counter and join us in the meeting room for another congenial and enlightening afternoon discussing anything and everything to do with death, dying and bereavement.