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A Dementia and Driving Decision Aid (DDDA) that gives families and medical practitioners guidance on how to initiate conversations about driving with someone who has dementia has now been translated into Italian, Greek and Vietnamese. A Mandarin version will also be available soon.

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BURN is a gritty drama following the story of 16-year-old Tee whose life is destroyed when a late-night drive with older boys spirals out of control. Legal Aid NSW commissioned internationally acclaimed filmmaker David Vadiveloo and Community Prophets to create the short film.

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Addressing Financial Abuse is a new booklet for support workers in NSW to help affected people establish financial independence as a key step in leaving an abusive relationship. As part of Commonwealth Bank’s partnership with DVNSW, 2,500 booklets have been printed for distribution to domestic and family violence organisations across the state,

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Teens and young people living with severe food allergies are being encouraged to start a conversation with their peers via a new website that could potentially save their lives. The website was developed under the National Allergy Strategy and operates like an app, allowing young people to develop their own avatar and use it to talk to their friends

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Ensuring that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients feel culturally safe and receive culturally responsive care is a key responsibility of every health care provider. CareSearch has created new online resources that will help build a path of cultural capability and understanding for supporting care with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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The Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drug Knowledge Centre (the Knowledge Centre) has launched a new eBook that focuses on illicit drug use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The eBook is based on the 2016 Review of illicit drug use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and is useful tool for those in the AOD sector.

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A new paper from Child Family Community Australia seeks to address the challenge of working with women (and their children) who may not be in a position to separate from their abusive and violent partners and whose wellbeing and safety may not be enhanced by separation.