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Get your team together and become change-makers in health!

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With Change Day only 13 days away, now is the perfect opportunity to get your team together and commit to making a change within our health and community care system– whether the change is within your workplace, is an individual contribution or will impact change to the wider health and community care industry, it all makes a difference!

Not sure exactly what to pledge? Read some of the current 2016 pledges made by your fellow peers:

“To promote Diversity in our aged care facility” – Eastern Health, Victoria Australia

“To come into work happy everyday so my vibes rub off on everyone” – Minda Inc, South Australia

“Be mindful of cultural diversity to design and influence health services to embrace difference” – Iolandaq Principe, South Australia

“I pledge to bring more laughter to my work place, colleagues and patients.” – Central Gippsland Health Services, Victoria Australia

As the official partners of Change Day for the second year in a row, AGPAL pledge to “support actions that improve the work life of those in the health and human services sectors”. We will be releasing further details on the ways we will implement this within our workplace on Change Day – 16 March 2016, so keep an eye out!

Join us, and many other organisations, committed to supporting this people focused movement by making your pledge today. For more details and to make your pledge, visit: www.changeday.com.au/

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