Welcome to ‘The Show with No Name’ Series 1, Episode 35, 7 November 2019. Dreamed up by Adaire Palmer & Theonie Roussianos to help people in your local community to raise their profile and encourage awareness and support for what matters to them and their communities. We also help profit for purpose, charities and service to connect with communities to raise brand awareness and help staff and volunteers working within them to become the best #BrandChampions they can be for their cause.
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Meet Rosemary Jacobs
Rosemary suffered a workplace injury that left her with permanent injury to her shoulders and a compression fracture to her neck; Rosemary is an incomplete paraplegic.
Rosemary subsequently felt the need to reach out to other people with similar experiences This led to the creation of Craig’s Table, an initiative that combines support services to reengage the worker in the idea of recovery and social enterprises that help re-establish the necessary confidence, skills and habits to support return to work.
Rosemary understands the journey of recovery from personal experience and uses that knowledge to assist others in their journey of return to life community and employment.
Rosemary is internationally recognised for her work within the injured worker community, she is sought after for her thoughts on initiative ways to reduce and remove the long-term impact of social and self-exclusion after a workplace injury.
Rosemary is an international speaker she sits on 3 international committees within the injured worker community.
Rosemary has a Pride of Australia Pin for her work within the injured worker and deceased worker community. Rosemary established the Deceased Workers Memorial Forest in Adelaide’s Parklands and sat on the National Committee to establish the National Deceased Workers Memorial in Canberra.
Rosemary wrote Craig’s Table as a way to fill the gap between mainstream workers compensation and the needs of the injured worker community.