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AgriFutures On Air podcast – 2023 WA AgriFutures Rural Womens Award Finalist: Michelle Moriarty

AgriFutures On Air Podcast. There are more than one million widows across Australia. After two extremely personal losses, Michelle Moriarty decided that there were benefits to connecting the shared experiences of grief with others. The Western-Australian based social worker went about creating a platform called ‘Grief Connect’ to ensure no one across Australia grieves alone. …

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ABC News – Widowed at 38, Michelle Moriarty knows about grief and what to say to someone who has lost a loved one

Widowed at 38, Michelle Moriarty knows about grief and what to say to someone who has lost a loved one By National Regional Reporter  Eliza Borrello ABC News At just 42, Michelle Moriarty has learnt a lot about grief. In 2018, she became a widow when her partner, 39-year-old Nathan Johnston, died suddenly. “Nathan and …

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Australian Association of Social Workers podcast: Michelle Moriarty – Supporting widowed people in rural communities

Michelle Moriarty has won an award for establishing groups for widowed people in rural Australia to support each other.  But Michelle is not going to stop there, because she would like us all to be able to support young people who have been widowed.  Reflecting on her own experience, Michelle realised that the reason she didn’t receive …

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Bunbury Mail – Bunbury widow creates a community of support for West Australians

A BUNBURY widow’s search for people in similar situations has resulted in a state-wide following on Facebook. Mother-of-two Michelle Moriarty is founder of the WA Young Widowed Support Group, an online group formed in 2018 for anyone in WA who has experienced the death of a partner. Now after just three years, the group has …

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Bunbury Mail – Bunbury woman launches support website Grief Connect WA

Michelle Moriarty hopes to honour her partner’s death by helping others in a new service called Grief Connect. In 2018, Ms Moriarty’s life was turned upside down when she unexpectedly lost her partner Nathan.  “I found that there were many unexpected death related processes and tasks that I had to undertake,” she said.  “I had …

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Countryman News – REVEALED: Joy Sherlock, Kate Mitchell, and Michelle Moriarty named finalists for 2023 WA Rural Women’s Awards

A trio of WA’s most inspiring women have been announced as finalists in the 2023 AgriFutures Rural Women’s Awards and are now vying for a $15,000 prize to help make their dreams become a reality. Joy Sherlock of Dongara, Kate Mitchell of Narrikup and Michelle Moriarty of Eaton, were this week announced as finalists for …

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