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A conversation could change a life. Ask R U OK?, Listen, Encourage action and Check in. R U OK?Day 2019 is Thurs 12 Sept. For support call Lifeline 13 11 14.
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., of which we're a member, have made a submission to the Royal Commission into Banks calling for a reduction in barriers to access insurance for those with mental health issues:
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Thank you for your leadership and tireless contribution to .
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PANDA Nov 11
Head to to find our Mental Health Checklists for Expecting and New Parents. The sooner you seek help the sooner you can start feeling better.
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On Sunday we remembered the servicemen and women who returned home, the families who lost loved ones in whole or in part and those who continue to serve. Our blog post addresses the importance of staying connected year round:
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PeninsulaFilmFest Nov 12
film workshop at with filmmaker Frank Lotito went well. Young creative minds at play.
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No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. A simple act of kindness? Reaching out and asking when a loved one needs it most.
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When one of Ausralia's leading CrossFit champs and R U OK? Ambassadors isn’t working up a sweat, he's putting his muscle into spreading the awareness of the power of a conversation, and being a good mate. Take a look at some of the ways you can be a good mate!
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R U OK? Nov 12
and the Peninsula Film Festival have teamed up for a series of youth filmmaking workshops to help young people tell their R U OK? stories on film. Here's a snap from our workshop in Geelong this morning.
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Cindy Kokkelkoren Oct 12
Be like ALEC Ask ❓ Listen 👂 Encourage 💪 Check in ❓
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Allara Learning Oct 31
Australian chefs are rallying with Food for Thought to help break down the stigma around and with a series of charity dinners in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane this November. Read more:
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"Offering help is no longer seen as “not my business” but my responsibility as a family member, a friend, an employer and a neighbour." at the luncheon:
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“We don’t have to be experts to support a workmate who’s struggling.” and launch new campaign to encourage life-changing conversations in the motor trades:
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MHCC Nov 12
Countering the message that who you are is not okay – spoke with ’s Sally Morris about reducing the impact that these negative messages have on people and finding solutions:
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"It is always ok to not be ok, however it is important to seek help." Here are six signs to look out for in friends and family that might indicate they need some extra support: Tips to talk to them about it at
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Socratis Otto Nov 11
Look at this 😍 talented supergroup. We r the jury 4 GF. A brilliant uplifting evening (+ honour) w' proceeds going 2 🎟 music was my refuge I crawled into the space between the notes + curled my back to loneliness
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Today, and R U OK? launched the 'It takes a real workmate to ask R U OK?' campaign to help workmates in the motor trades industry overcome the awkwardness and talk about emotions and life’s up and downs with one another. Learn more:
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Rowena Saheb Nov 11
Working in partnership for is key. Providing training to National captains/ mangers provided our student leaders an opportunity to normalise conversation on mental health in sports and on campus
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UCD School of Law Nov 11
"Beyond OK: The man behind " told the story of Gavin Larkin & his family HT
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R U OK? Nov 9
Thank you to and all our wonderful volunteers today ! Come and have a chat over delicious dishes - and for those in the hospo world, check in with your kitchen family - chances are someone needs to talk
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R U OK? Nov 7
So you’ve heard a mate is going through a tough breakup? As a friend, you’re in a great position to help them move forward and heal from the breakup; here’s how to ALEC (Ask, Listen, Encourage Action and Check in) to support a mate through a break up:
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