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Our Vision
Our vision is to reduce the devastating impact of stillbirth for women, families and the wider community through improving care to reduce the number of stillborn babies and to reduce the impact of this loss.
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Ms Diana Jans

Protection of Children Advisor, Apunipima, Cape York

Diana holds a Bachelor of Education and has taught in Cairns and Cape York Aboriginal schools. She also holds her master’s in social work, and is qualified as a CBT, Narrative Therapist, and Justice of the Peace. She has taught in Cairns and Cape York Aboriginal schools
All of Diana’s working career has seen her working in human services. She worked for many years in the child protection field with Dept Child Safety, as a bereavement counsellor with Stand By Suicide Bereavement Support and then with the Dr Edward Koch Foundation. Diana currently works at Apunipima Cape York Health Council as Maternal Child Health Social Worker as the Protection of Children Advisor, the Kimberley Mums’ Mood Scale Project Officer and now beginning in this new role with the National Stillbirth CRE. Diana has worked at Apunipima since 2014.

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