Welcome to ‘The Show with No Name’ Series 1, Episode 38, 28 November 2019. Dreamed up by Theonie Roussianos and Adaire Palmer 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 not-for-profits, 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. To interact with us during the live broadcast, make sure you’re watching over at the original source on Mytimetv.live here https://www.facebook.com/MyTimetv.live/videos/423248048372471/
Susan Rusalen has spent the last 35 years working in Dentistry. She has held every role imaginable in a dental practice. Sue was the first Outback dental hygienist and in her mid-20’s she spent 2 years working in Switzerland. Sue has worked in high-end cosmetic clinics in Sydney and has presented internationally on the topic of creating successful, profitable and fun dental clinics.
Her last decade was spent balancing the dual role of Dental Hygiene Clinician as well as Practice Manager. Sue wanted another challenge and created her own business, Talking Dental.
In 2004, she placed a suitcase at the door of her son’s classroom requesting donations for the orphaned children in Bali.
The following year, she returned with Dr Greg Cocks (her outback boss) and created a project called Senyum, (Senyum means to smile in Bahasa.)
With a team of 10, they held a 5 day clinic at the orphanage, set up the make-shift clinic in one of the Muslim prayer rooms- bare feet and all.
They treated 400 children and their teachers. They then decided to help build a permanent structure where the dental chairs were permanently in place.
This clinic now sits alongside and within a hospital called Anak Anak Bali, – Bali Kids.
Tune in to hear more about Sue’s passion and please do share. You may have even come across Bali Kids in your own travels.
Their next fundraising event is being held on 1 December 2019. Ticket sales close tonight for final numbers. For your ticket to World Aids Day Lunch for Bali Kids, go to http://bit.ly/balikidslunch2019