November 19, 2017

Today I feel energised after being part of something special for a few hours yesterday, something terrific that happened for a group of men who spend most of their time caring for others. 

We got to take a break.

Sydney Harbour turned on picture perfect weather for us to...

November 13, 2017

Summer is Coming!

Bunnings Lakehaven on the NSW Central Coast and Men Care Too have joined forces to help prepare local blokes for the summer mowing season with a free morning tea and DIY lawnmower maintenance workshop on Tuesday November 21 from 9.30am.

We all know it's...

October 15, 2017

At the recent International Carers Conference in Adelaide there was a strong focus on devices and technology that offered users greater independence and in turn less reliance on care from others.    The potential for machines and artificial intelligence to complete rou...

October 4, 2017

MEN CARE TOO - By Greg Smith

Abstract (full paper)

Results from the 2015 Australian Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers show that almost 1.2 million Australian men provide informal, unpaid care. This number could be even higher when considering ‘Hidden’ carers, a ter...

September 30, 2017

I am lucky to have had the opportunity to visit a number of Men's Sheds in Sydney, the Central Coast and Newcastle area over the past few years.  Each shed is a little different, not just in the physical structure but the people inside them and like those people, each...

September 2, 2017

When the mower won’t start or a tap is leaking we can change the spark plug or washer and everything works like it should, job done, simple.  Men are problem solvers we like to fix things so when we come across something that can’t be fixed it can put us in a tough sit...

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