Community Speakers Program

Is your group or organisation interested in hearing about arthritis, osteoporosis and common musculoskeletal conditions? Do you want to find out about services provided by MOVE muscle, bone & joint health, and ways you can live well with a musculoskeletal condition?

If so, book one of our trained volunteer community speakers to attend your meeting. 

Community speakers receive training and regular updates to ensure they provide quality, up to date information in their presentations. They can speak informally to your group, or can provide a Powerpoint presentation, depending on your group’s needs, and the equipment you have available.

Our speakers work confidently with interpreters. If your group requires an interpreter but does not have access to one, we can provide an interpreter free of charge.


"The speaker was excellent... she kept the presentation interesting”


Speaker availability

Our speakers are in high demand, so it is important that you book your speaker no later than one month prior to your meeting. Book now to make sure you don’t miss out.  

Cost

$40.00


“Our speaker spoke fluently and clearly... the audience warmed to her quickly...”


To request a community speaker

Please complete the Community Speaker request form, and return it to:
Community Speakers Program, 
MOVE muscle, bone & joint health
PO Box 130, Caulfield South 3162
Phone: 03 8531 8000
Fax: 03 9530 0228
E: programs@move.org.au

Interested in becoming a volunteer community speaker?

We run regular training sessions for new volunteers interested in becoming a community speaker. If you would like to find out more about volunteering at MOVE read our Volunteering page or contact Paula Mudge on 03 8531 8043.

Move - muscle, bone and joint health, the new voice of Arthritis Victoria

Welcome to MOVE muscle, bone & joint health, the new voice of Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria.

We may have a new name but since 1968 we have been the leading provider of supported solutions and trusted knowledge to the one-in-three Australians who live with these conditions.

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