Lock these RBM interviews in as Marlene Churn previews Palliative Care Week in May, and World Elder Abuse Awareness in June.
National Palliative Care Week runs, 21 May to 27 May 2023 and aims to put ‘Matters of Life and Death’ front and centre in Australia’s consciousness.
Radio Interview: On RBM on Thursday May 25th from 9-10am, RBM’s Marlene Churn will be interviewing a representative from the documentary Live the Life You Please being released across Australia and which is screening at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre on Sunday 28th May. While this is a free event, tickets should be pre-booked at Eventbrite.
Full screening details here at the BMCC Cultural Centre website.
Live the life you please – film screening
Sunday 28 May
2pm – 4pm
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Reservations through Eventbrite
The film Live the life you please is all about quality of life, it will change the way you think about palliative care.
Live the life you please is an impact film campaign that will change the way you think about palliative care. Told by medical professionals, patients and their families, it is an intimate portrait of the end-of-life experience and makes profound observations about life, death and what happens in between.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day events run in June each year.
Radio Interview: On RBM on Thursday June 8th from 9-10am, RBM’s Marlene Churn will be interviewing NSW Ageing and Disability Commissioner Robert Fitzgerald regards the elder abuse which is the mistreatment of an older person that is committed by someone with whom the older person has a relationship of trust such as a partner, family member, friend or carer. More information here
As well as the RBM interview,. Blue Mountains City Council has organised an event at The Hub Springwood Friday June 9, see their flyer above.