Dee Brooks, Agitator, Blender and Chief Hugger of the Jeder Institute, provides a brief overview of Asset Mapping to truly mobilize communities. Please join the conversation around community development and the asset-based approach to community development, leave a comment and … Continue reading →
A Jeder Institute Project Author: Aleks Jovanovic – Behaviour Support Practitioner Due Date: February 2020 Publish Date: February 2020 Buyer Persona: [Anyone] Healthy Relationships “A healthy relationship is when two people can communicate openly and successfully dissolve any misunderstanding.” – … Continue reading →
I have a background in aged care/ palliative care, disability support work, business and marketing.
I’m highly creative and love helping people live their best life.
I have worked in the community for west Nurse as a support worker, Para quad as a support worker, Catholic care as a Team Leader for 10 years, Wesley mission as a support worker, Afford as a Team Leader for Respite and Accommodation and Alive4life as a Team Leader for Day Program,Continue reading →
One of the things I really like about the tools used in Community Development is their versatility and how they can be used in a number of different settings and for a range of purposes. I’ve written previously about how … Continue reading →
I came late to Community Development. By the time I started working as a Community Development worker I had already been a teacher, musician, pensions assessor and disability worker. I had qualifications in Education, Creative Arts and Social Science. I’d … Continue reading →
For as long as I can recall the “go-to” tool for strategic planning, team building, vision creation and the like has been the SWOT Tool i.e. Strengths/Weaknesses/Opportunities/Threats. I don’t know how many sessions I’ve sat through that this tool has … Continue reading →
My father kept an old family Bible in his wardrobe. This wasn’t kept for religious observance but because it contained information about our forbears and a family tree. He would, on occasions, open … Continue reading →
I haven’t always been a runner. As a matter of fact, it wasn’t so long ago that going for a run was the last thing on my mind. Now I regularly run 5kms two or three times a week. When … Continue reading →