SW Youth Asked For Their Say On New Health Policy

WA Youth Health Policy being drafted

SW Youth Asked For Their Say On New Health Policy

The youth of the South West are set to speak up and have their say on health in the region with a special meeting to be held in October.

The event will seek input and perspective from people aged 13 to 24 into the WA Youth Health Policy, being drafted at the moment.

The aim is of the Youth Community Conversation is to give regional West Aussies a voice in the issue.

Encouraged to attend are those interested in the health sector, those with chronic conditions or rare disorders, refugees or migrants, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders, those with a disability, carers as well as young people caring for parents or family members, those living with mental health or emotional issues, the LGBTQI community, and those that are pregnant or parents.

There will be a small payment for those that attend as well as food and drink.

The Youth Community Conversation will be held at the Bunbury Library on Tuesday October 10 from 5pm.