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A Moving World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
23 November 2017

A moving World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims 2017 was held at the SAPOL Road Safety School on Sunday 19 November 2017. Our heartfelt thanks to all that attended and to special guest speaker Mr Jason Austin, MC Mr Michael Holbrook, Hon Chris Picton, Mr Michael O’Connell - Commissioner for Victims Rights, Superintendent Anthony Fioravanti, all SAPOL and MFS members, the Rotary Club of Prospect Sunrise and the RTST Committee.

World Day of Remembrance for
Road Traffic Victims 2017 Event
7 October 2017

10:30am Sunday, 19 November 2017
South Australia Police Road Safety School, Port Road Adelaide

Please join us on World Remembrance Day (WDR) for Road Traffic Victims which we hold to remember the many millions of people killed and injured on the world's roads, together with their families, friends and many others who are also affected.

RSVP by Friday 17 November 2017 by completing our Survey Monkey here.

Road Trauma Support Team of South Australia
Counselling and support groups for those affected by road trauma

The Road Trauma Support Team of South Australia provides free counselling and support for people who have been affected by road trauma, whether directly or indirectly.  This may include but not be limited to, vehicle occupants, family members, friends, work colleagues, witnesses, bystanders and emergency service personnel.

Free counselling is available to individuals and families affected by road trauma.

RTST holds a monthly Support Group Meeting which is facilitated by a qualified counsellor.




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"Pain is a real thing that you cannot see..."
Before I begin my story I would just like to say that each and everyone one of us has a story to tell and this is my story which I do not want you to compare with yours.  Everyone is unique and so are your life’s experiences.

The long road of grief is made no easier by having been there before.  Each new day brings new challenges and renewed sadness. 
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