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A conversation could change a life. Ask R U OK?, Listen, Encourage action and Check in. R U OK?Day 2020 is Thurs 10 Sept. For support call Lifeline 13 11 14.
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Make that call, reach out and ask R U OK? Thanks for the reminder 🙂
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As we look out for those around us, it's important that we also take some time to look after ourselves. Let us know your self-care tips below.
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Thank you for encouraging all Australians to and support each other through these challenging times. Legends! 💛
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Beyond Blue 22h
As we work to stop the spread of COVID-19, we are . Hearing familiar voices and seeing familiar faces will be critical in tackling isolation and difficult feelings – if you can, use your phones and computers to hear and see each other, and be heard.
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An important reminder to make every day R U OK?Day 💛
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Do you know someone who has changed their routine or is doing things differently? If so, check in and ask R U OK?
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GO1 24h
R U OK? is calling on all of us to , lend an ear and provide support to those who need it as we navigate these challenging times. Tune in to our webinar tomorrow to open up the discussion. Register now:
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An important reminder from our Partner to and ask R U OK? 💛
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Hi , It’s important to consider everyone who continues to go to work at this time. Our message for everyone is to and support one another through these times. We’ve got information and resources to help everyone do this at
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TrackSAFE Mar 31
Reminder to the that we are Check out the updated website for the latest mental health resources from our partners at in relation to
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R U OK? Apr 1
We are all . So , look out for your mates and loved ones, and ask R U OK?
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Tegan Apr 1
Stay connected. Share your emoji. Whether you are 👂 or 🗣 let's support each other. If someone needs to talk ask them and start the conversation.
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GO1 Mar 31
How do we stay connected whilst ? By sharing coping strategies, we can all work together to adjust during these uncertain times. Join CEO of and GO1’s Vu Tran on April 3rd 10am AEST (link below!)
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Consumers Health Forum of Australia Mar 31
In times like these - community is important. Learn how to check in with people - from
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R U OK? Apr 1
Who's there? You’re there. Be sure to let your loved ones, colleagues and neighbours know that they can still reach you over the phone or online if they need to talk. More tips at
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R U OK? Mar 30
Today is . Today, and every day, we say you matter, you’re supported and we encourage those around you to ask “Are you OK?” when you need it. Learn how to ask in our conversation guide for gender, sexuality and bodily diverse people:
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R U OK? Mar 30
Right now our world needs a little more 💛 Who will you connect with and thank today?
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R U OK? Mar 29
Whether you're👂 or 💬, we need to stay connected to our friends and family through these times. If someone needs to talk, ask "are you OK?" and start the conversation. Find conversation tips at
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R U OK? Mar 29
, an initiative of mental health organisations, experts and leaders, provides tips to help Australians remain socially and emotionally connected with family, friends, neighbours and your community.
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R U OK? Mar 28
Today is , a day to celebrate community and with those who live in your neighbourhood 🏡 Recent events have highlighted the importance of looking out for our neighbours. Learn how you can support yours during this time at
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