In this workshop, you will be introduced to communication skills that have the potential to defuse conflicts and improve relationships.
A growing number of young people provide an increasing level of unpaid care to family member(s). This symposium aims to put young carers on the map.
The AMI office will be closed from December 22-January 6 inclusive.
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