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Talkin the Drum

Talkin' the Drum

A Presentation by Canefields Clubhouse

A Canefields Clubhouse hosted event. ‘Talkin’ the Drum‘ presented by Elliott Orr & Cyndia Tan. Elliott spoke of the ‘Drum Circle‘ and many ‘drum’ facts about West Africa.

Then all the members followed as Cyndia & Elliott showed us how to make those drums boom!. We at Canefields can recommend this exciting & ‘loud’ Drum-Circle to you. Feel the rhythm!

Call Elliott on 0407 372 554

Join in! Beat the Drum!

Membership Benefits

Become a member. A safe & secure clubhouse with a ton of features! We are a non-discrimination, handicap friendly & we welcome new members.

We are a NDIS service provider and can help you along the way.

Be sure to call us for more information on:

(07) 3807 0951

Drop in anytime

2/11-13 Logandowns Drive
Meadowbrook, QLD 4131

or use General-Enquiry form below, for more information.

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OPEN EVERY SATURDAY!

OPEN EVERY SATURDAY!

OPEN EVERY SATURDAY!

OPEN EVERY SATURDAY! Yes we are excited to announce our new opening hours.That is to say, 9AM to 3PM.
Drop by and enjoy social activities, lunch and workshops on various kinds.

OPEN EVERY SATURDAY FROM 9AM to 3PM
LUNCH FOR $5
TRANSPORT FOR $5

Call us at (07) 3805 0915 for more information. Staff will be there to talk to in person. Members at Canefields Clubhouse will also welcome you.

Unit 2/11-13 Logandowns Drive, Meadowbrook, Qld 4131

Week Day Hours: Monday - Friday  8AM - 4:30PM

Become involved with our new baking team on Saturdays. On the other hand you could  order some delicious cup cakes. Likewise all proceeds are put back into the program. We are a not-for-profit business, after all.

Week Day - What's On?

Clubhouse Activities

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Need to get out of the house? Find some friends, Become interested in life again? We welcome new members.

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Canefields Work in Progress

Canefields: We update our website just for you. More user friendly and easy to use. The design process has grown with input from people like you, so thank you for your help. We look forward to a stable website soon.

Canefields Website Update:

  • eCommerce that will offer art and other goods
  • LMS to deliver learning content online.
  • Improve the way we connect with you.
  • NDIS Provider assistance

Of special note is our ability to assist you with NDIS applications or you can check out the NDIS website (looks a bit complicated so easier to use our service)

Carers welcome. We carefully consider the carers needs as well as the new member.

New & Current Members welcome. Come join us for a more fulfilling and enjoyable life.

Above all we hope you will enjoy our awesome Canefields ClubHouse.

CPA Australia

Future of mental health. Professor Allan Fels AO

Future of mental health in Australia and the World in general. Canefields ClubHouse hopes you will enjoy an interesting interview we found for you.

Mar 28, 2019 Professor Allan Fels AO discusses the future of mental health. Also the ongoing mental health challenges Australia. Fels is in conversation with Gloria Sleaby FCPA, Director Sleaby Health & Rochess Enterprises P/L.

Listen to the podcast or download the transcript.

CPA Australia Interview: Future of Mental Health in Australia

Host presentation by CPA Australia.

How can Canefields help?

Check out ‘What We Do‘.
Find out how we can help you with NDIS applications.

Snipets from the inteview:

Gloria Sleaby: That must make it very difficult for you and your family. You say that mental health is running at a fragmented fashion. Do you believe that’s because of the funding or is it because of the private versus public? And how do you believe it should change?
Allan Fels: Well, that’s a huge … There are a huge set of problems in mental health. Very fundamentally, it’s not a very high priority of governments or the community. There’s quite a bit of stigma, discrimination. It’s not a very popular illness. If you talk to ministers, they’d prefer to put their money into less unpopular things. So the degree of support is not that strong, needs to be stronger.

Professor Allan Fels asks for help:

Gloria Sleaby: So I just want to ask a general question around people with mental illness that don’t have family and don’t have carers. Will there be included in the Royal Commission what support systems we can put in place for those people?
Allan Fels: Well, I’ve got two answers. I think something will be done about it, but I’d encourage anyone who wants to send in a short letter or a submission to the Royal Commission on mental health. At the time of this interview we’re doing right now, we’ve only been operating a few days, so I can’t give you a lot of information exactly on how to do a submission. But the more we hear from people, the better.

We at Canefields hope you find this interview relevant and helpful.