The life-changing craft and baking classes making ripples across the nation

Desiree Savage
Updated February 25 2024 - 9:57am, first published 8:00am
Lizzie Rose and Caitlin Marshall run Makeshift - a mental health organisation using creativity to help people through online and in-person courses. They've just released their first book. Picture by Sylvia Liber.
Lizzie Rose and Caitlin Marshall run Makeshift - a mental health organisation using creativity to help people through online and in-person courses. They've just released their first book. Picture by Sylvia Liber.

Kate was in the police force for 30 years and was a first responder to murders, suicides, and domestic violence assaults while the stress was taking its toll - until she learned to play the ukulele.

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Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

Editor - The Senior

At the helm of Australia's premier publication for people aged over 55, covering hard hitting issues, travel, lifestyle and entertainment. Got a hot tip? Email me - edit@TheSenior.com.au