1. Getting the prescription right for injured workers

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    Getting back to work is a critical part of treatment for work-related injuries...

  2. Michael's story — Reflections on stroke recovery

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    Michael, 54, was a senior academic at the University of Queensland when he suffered a stroke after a cycling accident. He now receives support from icare’s Lifetime Care. He and his wife Eimear share...

  3. Mandatory Return to Work programs support injured workers

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    From 31 May 2019, all businesses in NSW will be required to have a fully implemented Return to Work program in place to respond to work-related injury or illness...

  4. icare engages local communities to tackle social isolation

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    Ufirst, icare's social and community research initiative, is hosting workshops in Newcastle and Orange to address social isolation...

  5. From Isolated to Involved

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    GPs and other healthcare providers across NSW being encouraged to ‘prescribe’ non-medical interventions to injured workers, through an initiative funded by the icare foundation...

  6. icare foundation 'WorkUp' initiative drives new ideas for return to work

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    WorkUp, a $5 million investment call to support workers overcome complex barriers to return to work, has been launched by the icare foundation...

  7. Craig's table opens soon

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    Craig’s Table, a first-of-its-kind social enterprise for injured workers, is opening its doors in Girraween this month...

  8. Craig's Table opens with a cuppa

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    Craig's Table founder, Rosemary McKenzie-Ferguson, launches Craig's Table interstate by welcoming injured workers in Girraween, NSW...

  9. icare NSW visits Lismore to meet with employers and rehabilitation providers

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    New ways of thinking about insurance and care for workers...

  10. Work-life balance and social values - icare about that

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    Heather Smith, icare General Manager, discusses how icare is changing the way people think about insurance and placing people, not processes, at the centre of everything it does...