Like Jean Hailes, Women’s Health & Family Services is a not-for-profit organisation which provides health services and information to women and girls to improve their health over their lifespan.
As a Community Partner, Women’s Health & Family Services will help promote the annual health awareness campaign messages and encourage local women and girls to take steps towards bettering their health.
This year, with the impact of COVID-19, good health is more important than ever says Women’s Health Week campaign manager Brenda Jones. “The 2020 campaign theme is health checks, and we will be inviting women to ‘check in on their health’ during the week.”
“In particular, will be on reminding women of the importance staying up-to-date with their health checks and screening, especially in these disruptive times,” says Ms Jones
Felicite Black, CEO Women’s Health & Family Services says the organisation was thrilled to work along side Jean Hailes on this important health awareness campaign. “As a health services organisation we are concerned about effect of the pandemic and the hesitancy of women attending regular checks. We urge all women to check in on their health during Women’s Health Week and sign up to learn more about women’s health,” says Ms Black.