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SIMPLIFI is a new accessible app that can help people with disability find the planning support they need as they begin to plan to access the NDIS. SIMPLIFI contains prompter questions for people with disability and their carers, which can be used in support meetings, discussions and planning sessions.

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A new free online interactive training module designed to help employers and employees address mental health risks in the workplace is available now. Managing Mental Health Risks at Work is available online from the Heads Up website. It covers topics such as unclear work roles, poor change management practices,

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The Younger Onset Dementia Toolkit for Carers and Families is a free eBook designed to help support carers of people living with Younger Onset Dementia (YOD), which is dementia diagnosed before the age of 65. The toolkit covers key topics related to caring for someone with the condition.

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The Australian Institute of Family Studies has published a paper offering practical guidance on helping children and young people understand, identify and raise safety concerns with a trusted adult and within safe organisations. The paper, titled Protection through participation: Involving children in child-safe organisations,

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Two new resources aimed at improving the delivery and navigation of respite services for people living with dementia are now available online. The new resources, created by Alzheimer’s Australia in partnership with the University of Wollongong and Carers Australia, aim to promote best practice strategies for respite service providers

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A new e-book version of Talk Soon. Talk Often. is now available online. The book, created by the NSW Department of Health, helps parents navigate sometimes-tricky conversations with kids about the body, sex and sexuality, beginning with conversations in early childhood and continuing in age-appropriate ways throughout childhood and the teen years. 

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Bullying. So not OK. is a new booklet that aims to help girls recognise different types of bullying behaviour and the impact bullying can have on them and their peers. The booklet was created by the Supré Foundation in collaboration with Telethon Kids and headspace and includes information and strategies to help prevent or stop bullying.