ADNSW staff learn how to better support trans and gender diverse people

Published 1 February 2023

On Wednesday 1 February, ADNSW staff were privileged to learn from Eloise Brook, Health and Communications Manager at the Gender Centre.

The Gender Centre is the peak state-wide multidisciplinary centre of excellence providing a broad range of specialised services that enables the exploration of gender identity and assistance with the alleviation of gender dysphoria.

They support trans and gender diverse people at every stage of their journey as they explore and live their authentic sense of self. 

Eloise provided us with training about transgender, gender diverse and gender exploring people and how to provide services to these community members.

You can learn more about transgender discrimination on the ADNSW website.

 

Group shot of participants looking at camera smiling
Training participants with Eloise Brook (centre)
Eloise Brook talking to group
Eloise Brook
screenshot of staff attending training online
Staff joined the training session online
Last updated:

14 Feb 2023

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