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Is your gut instinct saying someone might not be doing so well?


You've got what it takes to ask "are you ok?" and make a difference.


Thursday, 10 September 2020 marks R U OK? Day, a national day of action where Australians are reminded that every day is the day to ask, “Are you OK?”.


If someone in your world is struggling with life’s ups and downs, R U OK? have developed a range of resources to help Australians know what to say when someone says they’re not OK to guide them through how they can continue a conversation that could change a life.


To access these resources visit: www.ruok.org.au/every-day-resources


Rural Lifestyle Options Australia understand that the health and wellbeing of our people is paramount to everything we do, and are proud to support this initiative.

#RUOKDay #RUOK #TheresMoreToSay





At the beginning of each month, our People and Culture Division share with staff an Action for Happiness Calendar through our monthly People and Culture Insights Update to promote good health and wellbeing among our workforce. 📅


As an organisation, we are committed to re-sharing these Calendars, to remind everyone to look after themselves and each other, as we face this global crisis together.

‘Self-Care September 2020’ is a good reminder that "Self-care is not selfish. You can't pour from an empty cup".


#ActionForHappiness

The following information has been provided by the National Disability Insurance Agency.

The Australian Government has released a range of health information about COVID-19 on the Disability Information Helpline page on the Department of Social Services website in Easy Read and Auslan including:


General information on coronavirus


Coronavirus: What is it? – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Coronavirus: What you need to know – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Coronavirus: frequently asked questions – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Coronavirus: Information for people with disability and their supporters – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Preventing the spread of coronavirus and staying safe


Coronavirus: 5 things to do right now – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Coronavirus: Social distancing – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Coronavirus: Staying at home – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Coronavirus: Wearing a mask – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


About the COVIDSafe app – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Looking after your health


Looking after your health during coronavirus – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


If you think you have coronavirus – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Emergency planning


Your emergency plan for COVID-19 – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


Phone numbers you can call to get help


Coronavirus: Who can you call? – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Fact Sheet


The plan for keeping people with disability safe


Coronavirus (COVID-19): Our plan for keeping people with disability safe – Easy Read

25 August 2020 Strategy or framework


More information for people with disability

  • Accessible and Easy Read coronavirus (COVID-19) resources – Department of Social Services

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for people with disability

  • Information and support about coronavirus (COVID-19) – National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

For the latest advice, information and resources, go to www.health.gov.au

Call the National Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you require translating or interpreting services, call 131 450.

The phone number of your state or territory public health agency is available at www.health.gov.au/state-territory-contacts


If you have concerns about your health, speak to your doctor.


#COVID19


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