Lifeline WA's celebrates remote training program Volunteer at Home for regional volunteers

Perri Polson
Updated July 13 2022 - 5:04pm, first published July 11 2022 - 12:33pm
Local Mandurah crisis support volunteer, Anne is one of the first volunteers to complete Lifeline WA's training remotely, under a new training which aims to be more accessible to volunteers outside of the Perth Metropolitan region. Picture: Supplied.
Local Mandurah crisis support volunteer, Anne is one of the first volunteers to complete Lifeline WA's training remotely, under a new training which aims to be more accessible to volunteers outside of the Perth Metropolitan region. Picture: Supplied.

Anne's son would often call Lifeline to help him deal with the psychotic symptoms brought on by the seizures that eventually claimed his life.

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Perri Polson

Perri Polson

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Perri is an agriculture journalist with Farm Weekly. Born in regional Victoria, Perri developed a love of regional and rural news at a young age, and is now passionate about advocating for the agricultural industry. Her interests include science, agronomy, livestock and food production.

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