This DVD explains how Australian family roles and values may differ from those experienced by newly-arrived families in the country they have come from. People who are newly arrived share their stories of settling in Australia, and highlight the range of services available to support
beyondblue has developed 3 in-language booklets in consultation with members of the Arabic, Dari and Chinese communities for people who are concerned about someone close to them experiencing depression or anxiety. Arabic and Dari booklets are available for parents and guardians who a
A series of videos have been produced by Family Planning NSW. Spoken in Arabic, Assyrian, Dari, French, Hindi, Karen, Khmer, Mandarin, Nepalese, Turkish and Vietnamese, the firsthand accounts dispel some common misconceptions about cervical cancer screening and encourage all women to
The British Pain Society has produced a series of pain scales in multiple written languages to aid assessment by health care professionals. Languages include English, Arabic, Somali, Swahili, Turkish, and Urdu.
Research has been conducted by the University of Adelaide, in conjunction with Monash University, The University of Sydney and the South Australian Department of Health, to investigate the effects of very hot weather on the wellbeing of migrants and refugees. Identified in the study
This booklet was developed to assist newly arrived community members to make healthy food choices, and can be used in conjunction with practical education activities such as supermarket tours and cooking demonstrations. The resource is available in Arabic, Chin (Hakha), Chinese, Dari,
Early Learning is Fun is a community initiative that promotes the importance of investing in children in the very earliest stages of life. Research shows that birth to five are the optimum years for language development and for young children foundational literacy skills are primarily