Visit Website This Video provides information for health professionals about engaging with Aboriginal women who may be experiencing mental health issues during pregnancy or early parenthood. The information is provided by Aboriginal clinicians who work with families in the community.
Visit Website This online video features two Western Australian Indigenous women who have experienced depression during the perinatal period (the later stages of pregnancy and shortly after birth). The women speak openly about their depression and offer advice to other mothers who might be struggling. The video also provides information on symptoms and risk factors […]
Visit Website These 3 video clips provide information on enrolling to vote, why we vote, ways to vote and how to vote correctly.
Download File Published by the Secretariat of National Aboriginal & Islander Child Care Inc. (SNAICC) Suite 8, Level 1, 252–260 St Georges Road North Fitzroy Victoria 3068 Ph: (03) 9489 8099 Fax: (03) 9489 8044 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.snaicc.org.au Published March 2010 Working and Walking Together: Supporting Family Relationship Services to Work with Aboriginal and […]
Visit Website The aim of the Inaugural Australian Indigenous Cancer Survivors Forum 2010 was to bring together Indigenous survivors so they could help others by sharing their ordeals and triumphs. The Forum DVD, presentations and other resources are available from the m247consulting webpage.
Visit Website These stories are about how families and communities are strong in their culture. Tex Skuthorpe talks about how Aboriginal children are encouraged to learn and are allowed to make mistakes without getting into trouble. You can also order free copies of the booklet and posters of these stories from NAPCAN in the NT […]
Visit Website This video was made as a result of remote Aboriginal women wanting action over the sexual abuse of children. Sexual abuse is a serious problem. The people on this video talk about how to make children safer and encourages adults to take responsibility for what could happen to children on communities. ‘Shout it […]