‘Share Your Story’: The Strength of Partnership for Outreach Optometry in Central Australia

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Indigenous Eye Health (IEH) are pleased to release the next story from the ‘Share Your Story’ initiative, titled 'The Strength of Partnership for Outreach Optometry in Central Australia'. The story explores Congress’ model of partnership for outreach optometry service delivery in Central Australia, Northern Territory.

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation (Congress) is an Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation, a member of the peak body NACCHO, the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and the largest Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation in the Northern Territory. Congress provides comprehensive primary health care to Aboriginal people in and nearby Alice Springs including five remote health clinics in Central Australia.

Do you want to inspire others?! We would love to hear ‘your story’, and help to share your success, and also your challenges in Indigenous eye health.

The ‘Share Your Story’ initiative aims to share a selection of stories of successful activities and significant achievements in Indigenous eye health by individuals, organisations, regional eye stakeholder groups, and through other collaborations relating to efforts to close the gap for vision.

Please ‘Share your Story’ and let us post this on our website so that others can benefit from your experience.

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If you have any questions or for further information please contact IEH, Indigenous-EyeHealth@unimelb.edu.au or call (03) 8344 9320.