How do you Ebb + Flow?
As we go through our creative activities this year we would like to invite you to share how you manage life's Ebbs + Flows now and after the program. To get involved please anonymously answer the following few questions and click on the submit button.

For your convenience, a link is provided when you hit the submit button so you can check out all the coming Ebb+Flow activities, workshops and exhibitions.
"I'm able to adapt to change" on a scale of 1-4, from strongly disagree to strongly agree *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
"I tend to bounce back after illness or hardship" on a scale of 1-4, from strongly disagree to strongly agree *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
"I believe art can improve a person's health + happiness" on a scale of 1-4, from strongly disagree to strongly agree *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
"I believe the arts can make a town more liveable and vibrant" on a scale of 1-4, from strongly disagree to strongly agree *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Is there anything you would like to share about any of the questions above?
Are you from the North Midlands area? This is includes the Shires of Carnamah, Coorow, Mingenew, Morawa, Perenjori and Three Springs. *
Please provide your email address if you would like to to share your thoughts again about these topics at the end of the year. (This is not required)
Stay Connected + Get Involved
We hope to see you soon! To keep up to date with the Ebb + Flow activities, keep an eye on your local paper; or connect with the North Midlands Project on:

- Facebook www.facebook.com/northmidlands
- Instagram www.instagram.com/northmidlands/
- Twitter twitter.com/NorthMidlands
- Visit www.northmidlands.org.au
- Email hello@northmidlands.org.au
Support to help with life's Ebb's + Flow's
If you or someone you know needs support while going through life's ebb+flows, please follow the link to available resources. www.northmidlands.org.au/ebbflow/support-services
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