State Trustees Australia Foundation Funds New Research into Alzheimer’s Disease

Monash University has received over $65,000 in funding towards research into the treatment of cognitive impairment in mild to moderate Alzheimer’s Disease through the State Trustees Australia Foundation. The project will complete the first-ever double-blind pacebo-controlled randomised trial of Theta Burst Stimulation (TBS), which is a form of magnetic brain stimulation that has shown to […]

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State Trustees Australia Foundation Funds New Elder Abuse Screening Tool

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) has received almost $60,000 from the State Trustees Australia Foundation to trial a new Elder Abuse Screening Instrument (AUSI). In 2016, NARI received an initial $50,000 in funding towards a project called Finding the best elder abuse screening tool. Through the study, NARI identified that there is currently no […]

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State Trustees Australia Foundation Newsletter – Issue 6

Hope Your 2018 Started Well Welcome to the latest edition of State Trustees Australia Foundation newsletter. In this edition you can read about: Recipients of our 2017 Grassroots Grants Program Beyond the Bell – helping children in the Great South Coast Highlights from funded grants Grant applications opening soon $200,000 granted to ageing, disability and […]

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Young people in the Great South Coast to benefit from $90,500 of funding from the State Trustees Australia Foundation

The State Trustees Australia Foundation has continued its commitment to Beyond the Bell, an ambitious, ground breaking initiative leading a cultural shift in the way communities and service providers work to support our young people. More than $90,000 has been granted to Beyond the Bell Great South Coast Ltd in one of Victoria’s most disadvantaged […]

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2017 Winter State Trustees Australia Foundation Newsletter

Welcome to the winter edition of the State Trustees Australia Foundation newsletter In this edition, read about the successful recipients from our Disadvantaged Children, Animal Welfare and Medical Research grants. We feature some of our funded projects to show how the Foundation is making a difference to the community. Also our Grassroots Grants program is […]

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Grants Program 2017 – Smiling Mind

Program Disadvantaged Children Organisation Smiling Mind Project Mindfulness in education: Developing evidence-based guidelines to support school leaders and teachers to implement mindfulness in their schools Amount $53,600 Date April 2017 Data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and the National Mental Health Commission indicates that one in four secondary school students, and one […]

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Grants Program 2017 – Lort Smith

Program Animal Welfare Organisation Lort Smith Project Addressing behavioural issues of animals of people in crisis Amount $10,500 Date April 2017 The Animal Welfare grants program aims to improve how animals are coping with the conditions in which they live. In 2017, the Foundation’s focus was on improving animal welfare as it relates to people […]

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Grants Program 2017 – Royal District Nursing Service

Program Medical Research Organisation Royal District Nursing Service Limited (RDNS) Project Enabling wellbeing by providing choices for people with dementia and memory loss Amount $99,780 Date April 2017 The purpose of this project is to conduct a feasibility study providing proof of concept in relation to the ‘Enabling Choices Tool’ as a negotiated decision aid […]

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State Trustees Australia Foundation Summer Newsletter

Happy New Year from State Trustees Australia Foundation In this edition, see the successful recipients to our first ever Elder Abuse grants program as well as those awarded under our annual Grassroots program. Read highlights on how our funding is making a difference for NDIS recipients as well as how a memorial to a loved […]

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