Sleep Health Foundation call for volunteers 2019
The SHF has an exciting and ambitious agenda to continue to build our activities and expand our reach. However, we are almost exclusively a volunteer organisation. At the ASA Sleep Down Under conference last year we had quite a number of people approach us both to congratulate us on the work we have been doing so far and offering to help in some way. We would like to build on this goodwill and interest and establish a register of volunteers who would be happy to be approached to help us with particular tasks. This will help the Foundation to continue to work effectively with the community, government, and industry.
If you study or work in a sleep health area and are interested in furthering our goal of improving people’s lives through improving their sleep then please consider completing the form below.
Please understand we are unlikely to respond immediately to your expression of interest but be assured we will collate and record all the information and aim to match people with tasks and opportunities as they arise.
Become a SHF Volunteer Form
As the Sleep Health Foundation (SHF) grows and increases its presence in the community we are receiving more requests from organisations for speakers on a range of topics concerning sleep health.
We are keen to meet this need and provide high quality presenters for your next health and well-being presentation to your staff or community group.
Our speakers are sleep experts including doctors, scientists and researchers in the field of sleep so this service is not offered free of charge.
We can provide speakers to talk on many topics, including:
- Understanding and helping poor sleep
- Sleeping well as we get older
- Sleeping well for students
- Sleeping well for new mothers and babies
- Sleeping well for families
- Sleep apnea and snoring – improve sleep and health Improving sleep health for shift workers
- Improving sleep health for (day) workers
- Alertness, sleep and productivity
- Sleep and mental health issues
- Sleep deprivation and health
- Understanding sleep disorders
To find out more about this service including costs or to book a speaker call our office on 02 8814 8655 or contact us.