ASIST is a two-day, interactive workshop that prepares caregivers to provide suicide life-assisting, first-aid intervention.
An alertness workshop that will prepare participants to recognise the signs of people who may be having trouble coping with crisis or emotional pain.
This workshop provides the skills to be able to respond to and support others in a time of need.
A workshop designed for anyone dealing with the public, in front line positions or dealing with other organisations either on the phone or in face-to-face situations.
Training designed to enable participants to ‘recognise, respond, and refer’ when working with someone who has a mental illness.
Lifeline Adelaide’s trainers are experts in Suicide First Aid.
Home » News & Events » Celebrity chef speaks out on mental health in hospitality
A great article about our upcoming fundraising dinner in The Advertiser today! Our Lifeline Dinner Table special guest speaker, celebrity chef Simon Bryant, shares his thoughts on mental health awareness in the hospitality industry.