L I F E Activities - Institute for Respiratory Health

L I F E Activities

Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | Community


Each January the L I F E Group meet to plan meetings and activities for the year. The planning session will be held:

The L I F E Group

Wednesday 20 January from 12 noon
Rejuven8 Cafe
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
8th Floor, G Block (Blue Lifts)

Items for disucssion include:

  • The role of humour in living well with chronic conditions.
  • Update on clinical trials and tour of the Clinical Trials Unit on level 2.
  • Seniors housing options.
  • Social events: lunch at the New Norfolk Hotel, Fremantle, lunch at Mandurah (and train trip).
  • Focused discussions: recycling.

February 2021

Always a social meeting with no scheduled speaker or discussion topic is planned for the month of February. This offers a good opportunity for people to come along and have a chat over tea or coffee and for new members to get to know others.

Contact our L I F E leadership group

Sal Hyder 0409 336 639 salhyder1@gmail.com

Gaye Cruickshank 0417 908 647 gmcruick@bigpond.net.au

David Payne 0439 048 897 perthmillwall@yahoo.com.au

Jenni Ibrahim 9382 4678 life@resphealth.uwa.edu.au

L I F E Covid-19 Plan – meeting conditions to make it safe for all

  • All meetings are subject to change – if the Covid-19 situation changes in WA. If you are uncertain, confirm with Sal, Gaye, David or Jenni.
  • If you are feeling unwell, please stay home and get well soon.
  • Please bring your own mug and your own food. No shared food.
  • Please bring your own hand sanitiser. Use it every time you leave a bus or train and in the meeting room.
  • If your mobile phone has the capacity please download, and turn on the Covid-Safe app.
  • You can sanitise your hands before entering the lift and should do it again on entering the meeting room 612A.
  • While in 612A please observe
  • 1.5 metre physical distancing at all times. Please do not hug or shake hands. Don’t feel offended if someone asks you to step back a bit. It’s easy to forget.
  • Wearing a mask is optional but encouraged, especially when on public transport where distancing may be difficult. Member Tom says sitting up the front carriage of the train often allows better distancing. Avoid public transport if you can. If you can’t, take all precautions.