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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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R U OK? 17h
When our friends are going through a hard time, cracks may appear on the surface. An eggs-ellent friend will be there for them through it all.
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R U OK? Apr 17
Well-known TV personality, beloved R U OK? Ambassador and board member believes we need to look out for everyone in our world, especially those who seem to have it all together. For tips on how to reach out to those around you, visit
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R U OK? Apr 16
Steven and Quinton share how their friendship has seen them both through tough times. This video is part of the Stronger Together campaign. Learn more at
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R U OK? Apr 15
has seen the pressures faced by colleagues across a variety of sectors and know life’s ups and downs do not discriminate. Read why he's supporting R U OK? here:
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R U OK? Apr 14
A study found almost 1 in 4 high school students have experienced signs of clinical depression and other psychiatric conditions, and most are not accessing support from mental health professionals. More information on the study here: .
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R U OK? Apr 14
Some amazing support for last week! Thanks to all staff who were involved 😁💛
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R U OK? Apr 11
We can never underestimate the power of a small, simple gesture. What will you do this weekend to turn a life around?
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R U OK? Apr 11
Join us on 16 May at Conversational Leadership, an event to help business leaders create an culture in their workplace. Discover: ✅New psychological safety research ✅Practical case studies ✅Resources to support mental health & wellbeing Book now
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R U OK? Apr 11
When someone is struggling with life there are certain signs and changes in behaviour that you may notice. Shaquille reached out when she noticed a change in Shannel's behaviour on social media. Read about it here:
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R U OK? Apr 10
"In 2015, we reached 6,000 employees across 30 organisations. Today, we are reaching 50,000 staff across 60 organisations in Australia and New Zealand. Asking the question is now the norm. It's a movement." Executive Director Naomi Frauenfelder at
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R U OK? Apr 10
Think it might be time to check in? Trust your gut instinct, invite your mate who may be going through a hard time for a cuppa, and ask "Are you OK?" For more tips and resources head to
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R U OK? Apr 10
"As you make your journey through the stations, trains or whatever you do to hold those conversations. It's easy to smile, wave and disappear but we need to stop and make time for that conversation." - CEO of Sydney Trains at
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R U OK? Apr 10
"We've travelled over 1200kms down to Wollongong, up to Newcastle and met some amazing people who are asking the question and sticking around for the answer." Mostapha Kourouche - Advisor Health Programs Sydney Trains earlier this morning
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R U OK? Apr 10
It's . Who will you check in with?
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R U OK? Apr 10
Follow that train of thought: When you notice signs or changes in behaviour that could indicate a co-worker's doing it tough, trust that instinct and ask .
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R U OK? Apr 10
Love to see staff learning how to check in with one another and making a commitment to do it all year long.
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R U OK? Apr 10
Have you noticed a change in a colleague's behaviour? Maybe they seem elsewhere? Reaching out and asking "Are you OK?" could be the first step in giving them the support they need. For more tips and resources head to
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Dan Jess Apr 10
Happily supporting today by visiting some mates up at . I'm stoked to see the Department has built many supports for the teams here - there are a few programs I think the legal industry could take advantage of, too!
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R U OK? Apr 10
When you notice a change or just feel something’s not quite right with a co-worker find the time and courage to check in with them. A quiet word at lunch to ask "Are you OK?" may seem simple, but it could change a life. For more tips and resources head to
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R U OK? Apr 10
Today is Rail R U OK?Day a day that inspires over 50,000 rail employees from across Australia and New Zealand to join the conversation movement and look out for one another during life's ups and downs by asking "Are you OK?". For more info head to:
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