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  • RE: Recommendations for Psychologists?

    Very sorry for the delay, please contact our Client Services Manager, Joan Martin on 0448098744. She has been in touch with a recommended Psychologist who has worked with people with MD and is not too far from the Byron area.

    posted in Mental Health
  • RE: Recommendations for Psychologists?

    Thanks for your enquiry, our Client Services Manager Joan will reply ASAP with some info for you.

    posted in Mental Health
  • RE: Help with groups!

    Hi Emma, It looks like you have created a small group for MDWA - you can use this as a place to post messages to each other that only the three of you can see depending on the privacy settings of your group.

    posted in General feedback and comments
  • How to use this forum - video tutorials

    Forum Manager @MDNSW-Milvia has put together some great video tutorials to show you how to use this forum.

    You can view the whole playlist on YouTube. (CLICK HERE)

    posted in Announcements
  • RE: Just a question. How do the tags and subcategories work?

    Sorry for the delay on following up. Palliative Care is a subcategory of Wellness. I created a new subcategory called Mental Health. Now I know how to add them if there's any you'd like to see, let me know.

    posted in General feedback and comments
  • You Can't Ask That! - Call out for questions

    PUTTING THE CALL OUT:
    MDFA/The Loop are producing a series of videos for The Loop, a couple of which will be in the style of ABC TV's "You Can't Ask That".

    The videos will be broadly focused on feelings of vulnerability and keeping connected, but we're hoping to cover lots of ground.

    We'd love your input - so what are some of the annoying questions people ask you all the time?

    Share your questions in the comments and keep an eye out for the videos - coming to The Loop later in 2020!

    posted in Announcements
  • Community Guidelines for The Loop’s Forum

    Respect
    This is the most important Forum rule, so we’ve put it at the top. Remember to be kind and respectful of others on the Forum, even if you disagree with them. What’s amazing about this Forum is that it brings people together from across Australia. People from different backgrounds and possibly with different opinions to you.

    Safety
    Your safety is important, so we advise you not to share personal details or personal information about yourself, or your family in the Forum.

    Direct Messaging (chat) and Closed Groups are about personal connections but remember to use common sense and decide how much personal information you want to share with others.

    Report
    Report/flag any bad behaviour, like a breach of the Community Guidelines or Terms of Use, by flagging the user in their profile. The Forum moderator or the owner of a Closed Group you are a member of will follow up with an appropriate action.

    Reporting can be made by:

    Flagging the user by clicking on their profile and then on the button to the right of their profile picture and selecting Flag user.
    email – send an email to info@mdaustralia.org.au
    Direct Messaging a Moderator
    Mind your language
    In the general parts of the Forum, please be aware that anyone can see what you have written. Comment as if you were in a public place like a library or in a meeting, no swearing or cursing!

    Benefit of the Doubt
    Healthy communities are where all members engage with each other in good faith and assume the best of others within the community. In chat form, things people say don’t always come across as intended. Give them the benefit of the doubt.

    What’s OK
    Sharing information and stories
    Asking questions
    Seeking support or advice from your fellow community members
    Sharing your experience
    Giving ideas or suggestions in a supportive way
    Supporting your fellow community members
    Being mindful and supportive of others
    Enjoying the community

    What’s not OK

    Abusing, bullying, harassing (including sexual harassment), discriminating against or defaming your fellow community members
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    posted in Community Guidelines