Every man has a right to thrive, not just to exist.
When both our men and our women thrive together and live with optimal wellbeing and health then our communities are enabled for greatness.
Mens Health Week kicks off on Monday 14 June and to celebrate and educate, the Singleton Business Chamber is hosting a panel discussion and breakfast on Thursday 17 June from 8am at Club Singleton.
Paul Hermann, a former 1st grade Rugby Player will host a panel of expert discussion on all things important concerning the health and wellbeing of men and boys. From the funny to the serious, this event is set to provide insight and honesty about what is happening in our community and the role we can all play in creating the best possible lives for men.
Our panelists include:
Sarah Green - Highway to Well. Highway to Well's mission is to provide high quality, evidenced based programs, tailored strategies and education to individuals, communities and workplaces to support people to thrive. www.highwaytowell.com.au
Rob Mackay - Mates in Mining. MATES in Mining is borne from the successes of MATES in Construction, a charity established in 2008 to reduce the high level of suicide among Australian construction workers. MATES provides suicide prevention through community development programs on sites, and by supporting workers in need through case management and a 24/7 help line. mates.org.au/mining
Guy Higgins - Singleton Physiotherapy and Allied Health. Singleton Physiotherapy opened in 2005 with a focus on excellent personal care and a vision to provide excellent wholistic caring professional services for our local community. www.singletonphysiotherapy.com.au
Ken McKenzie - Men's Health Network The Men’s Health Network is a collective of Men’s Health services and members convened by Hunter New England Health. The aim is to promote Men’s Health in the Hunter New England region and hosts annual forums, resources and information.
Jason Linnane - Singleton Council SWELL Program. SWELL (Safe and Well at Singleton Council) The program features monthly health and wellness workshops covering topics such as mental health and nutrition.
Along with our panel of experts, a variety of local services and organisations will have stalls to visit after breakfast.
Club Singleton will be providing a delicious Hot Breakfast
Event Begins 8:00 am
Singleton Business Chamber Members $37.50 inc. Booking Fee
Non Member Singleton Business Chamber $53.50 inc. Booking Fee
Logo provided by Men's Health Week