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A wellbeing roadmap for children
As part of Australia’s long-term national health plan, there is a strategy designed to implement a preventive, integrated, whole-of-community approach to maintain and support the mental health and wellbeing of children aged 0−12. The new national strategy takes on board recommendations that GPs are central to the ongoing process. The emphasis is on looking at the child in a family or a community context. https://www1.racgp.org.au/newsgp/clinical/new-children-s-mental-health-and-wellbeing-roadmap
16 October 2021 by Matt Levy

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9 October 2021 by Lynn Wood

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Make a mental health promise
This World Mental Health Day, Mental Health Australia are asking each of us to make a promise to ourselves for our own mental health. The message is simple, ‘look after your mental health, Australia’, and part of that is promising ourselves that we’re actually going to do so. You can check out more, and see what others have promised, here: https://lookafteryourmentalhealthaustralia.org.au/promise-wall/
5 October 2021 by Phil Wolffe

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Putting health and wellbeing first
In our world we are governed by money and wealth. The Wellbeing Economy Governments (WEGo) partnership – currently Scotland, New Zealand, Iceland, Finland and Wales – represents an alternative to growth-based power structures like the G7. WEGo is a partnership of global leaders committed to a different notion of progress. Radical reform of our economy offers the chance for humans, everywhere, to survive and to thrive. https://www.chathamhouse.org/publications/the-world-today/2021-10/wellbeing-economy-putting-health-wealth
3 October 2021 by Matt Levy

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28 September 2021 by Lynn Wood
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Hobbies to fix your mind and body
In a world that has been difficult for a while now, finding interests in other activities helps decrease stress and anxiety levels.A study produced from the  Australian Psychological Society has found that four in five Australians found activities like listening to music and spending time on a hobby moderately or highly effective in managing stress.it helps with psychological detachment from work, mastery, relaxation and self control.http://amp.abc.net.au/article/everyday/100277732
26 September 2021 by Matt Levy