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ReachOut Australia is a digital mental health service for young Australians and their parents. A new platform providing a one-stop-shop for young people to connect to personalised support has been released. The new platform can connect young people to free anytime help and focuses on prevention, self-help and early intervention.

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A new publication is available to help NDIS providers develop their business processes for working within the scheme. Doing business in the NDIS? A business process development guide for providers will assist leadership teams to determine their required business processes for operating in the NDIS business environment.

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Reimgine Today is a website that aims to help people living with a psychosocial disability to better understand the NDIS and what supports and services it can offer. It was co-designed by people living with psychosocial disabilities and people with lived experience of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

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The NSW Department of Education’s Anti-bullying website features evidence-based information and resources for schools, parents and carers, and students to help identify, prevent and respond to bullying. The website is part of the Department’s strategy to address bullying behaviour in New South Wales schools.

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The Oi mobile app from Samaritans is a practical digital resource developed for young people to be a voice against abuse, identify abuse when it happens and know where to go to seek help. The app provides a range of self-help information for young people about domestic violence. 

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Did you know that almost half of the house fires in Australia start in the kitchen – all because cooking was being left unattended? To help prevent kitchen fires, Fire & Rescue NSW has released the Keep Looking when Cooking mini mag. Available in cafés, bars, community centres and other locations,

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The National Aged Care Advocacy Program (NACAP) is funded by the Australian Government under the Aged Care Act 1997. It provides free, independent and confidential advocacy support and information to older people (and their representatives) receiving, or seeking to receive, Australian Government funded aged care services.

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The Mental Health Commission of NSW has released Living Well in Later Life: The case for change, which maps how systems, services and attitudes about older people in Australia need to change in order to improve their mental health and wellbeing. It is accompanied by A Statement of Principles.

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The Low Cost Meals for Seniors program provides support for seniors and people with a disability to prepare simple, cost-effective and nutritious meals. Now they have created a free cookbook full of nutritious, easy-to-cook one-pot meals that can be prepared on a limited budget.

imageThe Social Justice and Native Title Report 2016 includes an agenda for reform based on solutions proposed by Indigenous Australians. According to Gillian Triggs, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, governments must genuinely engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to address issues such as property rights,