Hi and welcome to the Limestone Coast Project,
Looking after our health is important. Cancer can be a dangerous disease and can cause a lot of giref. Cancer screening tests can find early signs of cancer, when it is small and easy to treat.
Cancer Council SA is developing a pilot project for migrant communities in Naracoorte, Boerdertown and Mount Gambier.
This project aims to increase understanding of how to find cancer early, and make sure people know about Cancer Council's information and support services. This project will also try to find out more about why people don't do their cancer screening tests and work with community members, service providers and health professionals to reduce these problems.
We know communities in the Limestone Coast face a lot of problems when it comes to doing cancer screening tests, reducing their risk of cancer, and finding support services if they are told they have cancer.
We want to know more about the problems faced by migrant community members, and we would like to hear from you!
We would like to invite you to join one of our focus groups and share your thoughts and experiences about GP clinics and health information in Australia.
There will be a focus group held in Naracoorte, Bordertown and Mount Gambier.
We will give you a $20 gift voucher at the end of the focus group to thank you for your time (Community members only).
There are 10 questions in this survey.