Welcome to Grampians Pyrenees PCP's "Your Health, Your Say" online forum.
This is a place for community members to provide valuable input into plans that will help shape a better Grampians Pyrenees PCP for everyone.

Your Health, Your Say

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                          People of the Grampians Pyrenees

Have your say on your community and local health issues!

What can be done and how can you help?

Register with Oursay, share your ideas, vote and comment on the ideas you like.

If every health issue in your community cost one dollar to solve, what would you spend your dollar on?


Steps to participate:

1. Click here to register

2. Type your idea in the pop up text box and hit submit.

3. Scroll down to read ideas. Vote on other ideas by clicking the 'vote' button (you have 7 votes). Add your own comments to an idea by clicking on the 'comment' button.

If you prefer to leave an idea via phone message (Interactive Voice Recognition) call: 9020 4503 and follow the prompts or email us at: myidea@oursay.org

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The Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership is a local network of community and health organisations. We work in partnership with Local Government and aim to keep people well and make the health system better for everyone.

Responding to your ideas

  • Emily Anderson
    Executive Officer, Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership
  • Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership

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10 months ago

Local exercise groups for blokes would be good, particularly in smaller communities where there is no gym. For example an opportunity to join in on footy training as a spin off to helping others in the community be a part of a fun but regular fitness opportunity, 'fees' could be paid to support the local footy group and it may be good for the club also to get more locals interested in supporting the club. This may be a good way to keep all involved fit over non footy season too.

10 months ago

A functional medical practitioner who could visit an existing clinic on a weekly or monthly basis. That is, a medical practitioner who works with the patient to understand underlying causes of disease, such as epigenetic factors and nutritional deficiencies or excess. There are many in our community who have health conditions that our regular GPs can't help with. For anyone in our community, seeing a functional medical practitioner means travel to another city, and paying full fee. It's difficult to travel that far for those who are not well and who may be low income due to illness.

10 months ago

Some basic cooking skill workshops for people to learn how to cook using fresh produce and on a tight budget. Build the facilitation skills of good cooks so they can pass on their knowledge to others. (across the whole catchment)

10 months ago

There need to be more support services available for PTSD. There are lots of people who have been in the defence forces, police, ambulance and all other emergency services that suffer from this illness. Especially after they leave these organisations the PTSD continues and the support services are hard to access.

10 months ago

The region has no wholefoods grocery, unlike most other regions in Victoria. We have no option to buy chemical-free produce, local produce, healthy breads, bulk foods with minimal packaging, natural cleaning products, healthy snacks and drinks. It wouldn't be impossible for a council partnership to open such a store, which could also offer retail traineeships and provide some employment at the same time. I would do all my shopping there!

9 months ago

Sport equipment and/ or membership fees to be paid for kids that can not afford it

9 months ago

I think better water quality so people will drink more water.
Foot Paths so people can walk around towns safely.
Walking/Bike tracks.
And out door fitness equipment at parks and sport grounds.

9 months ago

Maternal and Child Health Nurses need to have more time or more resources to provide supportive parenting programs for new families. New families are vulnerable and some parenting sessions will help build their confidence and share their concerns, knowledge and experiences with each others. Families are so spread out these days that child focused support is often not there for new families.

9 months ago

Hello Health Person,
thank you for the opportunity to suggest my dollar be spent improving the walking tracks and footpaths in Snake Valley . Currently one needs to be rather sure footed as they are uneven with weeds encroaching either side and impossible for the elderly to enjoy a stroll and uncomfortable for those pushing prams or overseeing youngsters learning to ride bicycles. If these were made safer I'm sure they would be used more.
Good luck for a great outcome

9 months ago

I would spend the $1 on promoting existing services and activities that are already in place in the communities, and working with these organisations or groups (Sporting, mental health, doctors etc.) in increasing their presence in the community, and the use by the local community.

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