Address: 205 South Terrace South Fremantle
From Friday 5th of June Ada Rose premises will be open to clients. See open hours here.
Once all our ladies return after the COVID-19 scare here in Perth we will extend our hours back to 4pm. Sorry for the inconvenience
23 April 2021: Unfortunately we will be closed from midnight tonight and re-opening on Tuesday sorry for any inconvenience.

Mental Health Week: 9th October – 15th October

Mental Health Week

From October 9 to the 15th is Mental Health week and coincides with World Mental Health Day on the 10th of October. It is dedicated to talking about and raising awareness of the illnesses associated with mental health. By generating discussion we can hope to debunk the stigma that is attached to mental health and initiate positive changes. The main focus of Mental Health Week in Western Australia is primed on suicide prevention, as part of an ongoing message from the Act-Belong-Commit community group.

Mental health illnesses are extremely common as well as downplayed. Not only by those who don’t understand the illness but even by those that are suffering from them. As a result, when mental illnesses are ignored and left untreated it can have harsh long term effects. Furthermore, it not only effects the individual but also the family, friends and work colleagues connected to the person suffering.

Mental health problems exist. They affect people in a way that consumes how they act, think and behave. Many factors can contribute to a persons wellbeing in a way that can result in mental health issues arising. This may include; hormones, brain chemistry, genetics, stress, social and environmental factors, financial problems, and the use of alcohol and/or drugs. The health problems that presents because of any of these factors vary person to person and can take on different types of mental illness.

Some of the common mental illnesses include; Depression, Anxiety, Personality Disorders, Bipolar disorder, Eating Disorders, OCD and Schizophrenia. Each mental illness presents with symptoms that can be physically, mentally and/or emotional debilitating to the individual. Hence, without adequate understanding and support available these mental illness have unlimited potential to ruin lives.

Since the stigma linked to mental illnesses can be incredibly damaging and isolating to a person suffering many people will not know how to reach out for help. Therefore, even before seeing a GP, many people suffer in silence in fear of being judged, discriminated against, or even because they feel shame. Education and support for treating mental illness, are becoming more prominently addressed and talked about in a bid to challenge the perception and stigma of what it means to have a silent illness.

Getting help for treating a mental illness begins with being able to recognise the symptoms and reaching out to talk to someone about how you are feeling. There are a range of services available that can help in offering support, advice and information that can be beneficial in receiving treatment while gaining perspective and understanding.

MensLine Australia: 1300 789 978
Mental Health Emergency Response: Metro 1300 555 788 / Peel 1800 676 822
RuralLink: 1800 552 002
Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636
Crisis Care Helpline: 9223 1111 / 1800 199 008
Headspace: 1800 650 890
Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467

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Prostate Cancer Awareness

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate Cancer is the development of abnormal cells in the prostate gland. Only men have a prostate gland which is located below the bladder near the rectum. The prostate is the size of a walnut and increases  in size as men age. This can cause urination problems, genital pain and erectile dysfunction. It is a very important part of the male reproduction system producing the fluid that makes up semen.

Prostate massage can be effective in reducing the risk of prostatitis, prostate cancer and other genital concerns and is a way for men to experience pleasuring, powerful orgasms.

Stimulate the prostate externally by massaging the Perineum which is the skin between the anus and the testes. It is intensely erotic to have tickled, stroked or licked. Massaging the prostate is also achievable internally. Remember to use clean hands! There are specially designed adult toys like these ones by LELO which are perfect for massaging internally and externally. If you have trouble doing this on your own, let one of our ladies at Ada Rose lend a hand. You’ll find it hard to resist once she shows you the benefits of locating your prostate.

The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia creates awareness of prostate cancer by educating, supporting and holding fundraising events and promotions to reach men and their families. The Prostate Cancer Awareness Foundation has various ways that we can help or get involved.  Check out their website for more information about how you can get involved.
The Big Aussie Barbie is a fundraising event aimed at getting families and friends together to raise support and funds for prostate cancer. You can contribute by organising your own BBQ and continuing the conversation that is needed in promoting men’s health and research in to a cancer which affects over 20,000 men every year. Men are terribly private about health concerns and are often too embarrassed or dismissive when seeking advice from healthcare professionals. This means that prevention and treatment  need to be educated when giving men the opportunity to feel comfortable in seeking a doctors help.

Steel Blue is a well known and loved safety footwear company who is on board with the cause and has a released a special blue edition Steel Blue Blue Boot which contributes $10 to the PCAF for every pair sold.

So, whether you’re treating your self to a new pair of boots this September, rallying a group of mates for a Big Aussie BBQ or asking one of our experienced, sensational escorts at Ada Rose to lend a hand in locating your P-spot you can be sure to be helping share Prostate Cancer Awareness month!