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The Family Planning NT is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sexual health and rights of all people. The Family Planning Tasmania offers professional, non-directive pregnancy counselling and placement services. NSW Family Planning, Ashfield, NSW. Our aim is to help couples achieve or avoid pregnancy naturally by providing education and training in family planning, face-to-face meetings and online services. The natural family planning is a method to find out when a woman is most fertile, and then to avoid unprotected sex at this time to prevent pregnancy.

Sexual & Reproductive Health Clinics, Education and Advocacy

Victoria Family Planning recognizes the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as traditional owners of the lands where our office is located and the areas where we serve. The Family Planning Victoria is dedicated to offering respectable, integrative service and work environment in which all human beings accept, enjoy, feel secure, confirmed and partied.

In our dedication to preserving biodiversity and eradicating discriminations in the delivery of services of reproductive as well as sexually healthy we welcome all human beings, regardless of their culture or language backgrounds, sex orientations, sex identities, sex stereotypes, religious or religious faiths, socio-economic backgrounds, ages or capabilities.

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Victoria Family Planning recognizes the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as traditional owners of the lands where our office is located and the areas where we serve. The Family Planning Victoria is dedicated to offering respectable, integrative service and work environment in which all human beings accept, enjoy, feel secure, confirmed and partied.

In our dedication to preserving biodiversity and eradicating discriminations in the delivery of reproductive and sexually healthy goods and related care, we welcome all human beings regardless of their culture or language backgrounds, sex orientations, sex identities, sex stereotypes, religious or religious faiths, socio-economic backgrounds, ages or capabilities.

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Julian Henderson was named Chief Executive Officer of Sexual Health Quarters in early January 2015. Previously, Mr. Henderson was director of community-based healthcare initiative at Edith Cowan University and directed the design of a series of regionally based healthcare integrative initiative in the North Metropolitan Corridor of Perth. He has broad industry expertise in a number of functions in the WA Department of Public Health, and as the Chief Executive Officer of the Network he was the lead officer of healthcaredirect Australia.

Since mid-2013 Alice Evans has been Chief Operating Officer of True Relationships & Reproductive Health. Mr. Alice has held leadership positions in various industries, among them Director and General Manager of Business Services at GroundProbe and Management Consulting at Nautilus Rehabiliton Services. Mr. Ann is FPNSW Chief Operating Officer and has been in charge of the development and management of four services since 1996:

Klinische Dienstleistungen; Bildungsdienste; Forschung und Bewertung und; Internationale Entwicklung. Ann's careers have taken into account many facets of human and machine healthcare clinics, managers and strategists in cities and countryside. BreastScreen NSW Director, she headed this NSW demographic monitoring program and was a member of the BreastScreen Australia National Monitoring and Evaluation Committee and the National Advisory Committee.

Previously, she designed and led Mental Health Services, Community Health Services and Hospital-based Allied Health Services. She was an executive of Bankstown Lidcombe Health Service and Area Advisor for Community Health for South Western Sydney Area Health Service. She is currently Vice-Chair of the Northern Sydney Local Health District (LHD), a board member of NSW Kids and Families and a member of the NSW Ministry of Health NGO Advisory Committee. She was a member of the NSW Health Grants Management Improvement Program Taskforce.

Mr. Bavinton is Managing Director of Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT (SHFPACT) in Canberra. Mr. Tim is a recent alumnus of the Australian National University, the University of Canberra and the University of Technology Sydney and has degrees in upper and lower-secondary school education, professional schooling, young people's work, local government skills and non-profit leadership. With over 20 years working within the non-profit industry, Tim graduated from the Australian Institute of Company Directors course in 2015.

Tim's career has focussed on the well being and well-being of young adults in various roles in the fields of learning, healthcare, violence reduction and victims' assistance. She is a certified nursing and midwifery graduate with skills in the fields of reproduction and sex care, personnel management, training and evaluation in the work place. She has a long-standing interest in reproductive sex because she has worked in family planning for more than 25 years.

Given the NT's singular challenges, high disease load and ever-changing staff, Robyn has continued its dedication and passion to the area. He is currently Chief Executive Officer for Family Planning Welfare Northern Territory and Director of the Family Planning Alliance Australia. For the past eight years, Cedric has served as Chief Executive Officer of the Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania) Inc., working with migrant and refugee communities in the areas of housing, elderly services, work, youth welfare and communities building.

In 2008-2011, Cedric chaired the Tasmania Government's top -level government committee that represents the intellectual property industry and consumers' interests, the Mentally Health Council of Tasmania. As such, Cedric has advised federal and state government on multicultural issues through a number of Councils of State. In 2010, Cedric received the Tasmanian Communities and Public Relations Manager of the Year Award at the Tasmanian Business Leader Awards, recognizing his accomplishments in the area of communities and business leadership.

One of nine Australians on the SBS Communities Advisory Committee, Cedric was part of the 2014 Australia Eurovision mission to Denmark. Mr. Claire came to Family Planning Victoria as Chief Executive Officer in November 2016. A seasoned and accomplished executive and executive in the Canadian Government's Communities Heath Sector.

Initially trained in medical Psychology, Claire has worked in a number of areas, among them childhood and teenage years, Forensic, Drugs and Alcohol, and Disabilities. As a result of these and her role as Chief Executive Officer, she has served as a representative to the State and Sharedwealth Governments of top healthcare and local authority authorities, influencing healthcare policies and advocating for changes.

In addition, she has many years of expertise in the control and administration of government and commercial healthcare systems and is particularly interested in the field of clinic related risksanagement.

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