Congratulations to TRACS WA advocates and collaborators Nola Naylor and Rebecca Carbone, who won their respective categories in the 2021 Health Consumer Excellence Awards.
South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) Director of Aboriginal Health Strategy, Nola Naylor, won the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Award for her role in improving health services for Aboriginal people. Nola is committed to a community development model of care. She has worked tirelessly for Aboriginal people to ensure services are person-centred and culturally appropriate.
Rebecca Carbone is a stroke survivor who has worked extensively with TRACS WA on our goal setting modules. She won the Health Consumer Award. Rebecca exemplifies the strength and bravery required to tackle a journey of recovery. Rebecca supports other stroke survivors, meeting and talking to them about their interests and assists them to participate in rehabilitation. Recently Rebecca has given a TED talk about her journey of ‘Hope and Healing’.
TRACS WA has a three part elearning module that includes looking at Rebecca's journey using Goal Setting, if you would like to participate in the module please click here.