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Apunipima supports fluoride at Aurukun

Apunipima congratulates Aurukun Shire Council for putting fluoride in the community’s water supply which is scheduled to start on Monday. Residents of Aurukun will start receiving fluoridated water from next week. For more than 50 years fluoridated water has proven…
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Napranum Nails the Deadly Choice

Napranum’s Deadly Choices Community Day saw over 100 people join the Deadly Choices Team at the Oval on Wednesday to learn how they could make the Deadly Choice and improve their health. The event kicked off with a Woomera challenge…
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Mossman Profile - Carina Denman

Name: Carina Denman Title: Maternal and child health worker Hobbies: Fishing, shopping, quality time with family and friends A passion for children, Mossman-born Carina has been working at Apunipima for the past 10 months. And she wouldn’t change anything about…
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The guys have it all wrapped up in Pormpuraaw

As part of the very successful Pormpuraaw Youth Summit hosted by Pormpur Paanthu this week, Apunipima’s Maternal Child Health Team facilitated a yarning session, on the effects of foetal alcohol syndrome, shaken baby syndrome and safe sleeping.  The yarning session…
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Women's wellness gathering in Kowanyama

Women from the Kowanyama Playgroup and Friends were invited to a women's wellness gathering at Artharpuch this week Hosted by Apunipima, a fun night was had by all.  The ladies enjoyed pampering themselves and each other.  It was a great…
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7 Deadly Steps to Success

Lockhart River students completed their Deadly Choices Program last week and received their certificates.  As the first class to complete the course, these Lockhart kids can be really proud. The Deadly Choices Program is a seven week health education and…
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Apunipima’s Baby One program delivered

Apunipima’s Baby One Program was delivered to a national conference this week. Nie Sheehan and Carina Denham detailed how Baby One is improving infant health and pregnancy outcomes across 11 remote Cape York communities. Nie, a midwife and child health…
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