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R U OK? wants to inspire and empower everyone to ask 'Are you OK?' and support those struggling with life. Visit www.ruok.org.au

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Brighten someone's day by staying connected and asking, "Are you OK?"

Because we're #InThisTogether.

Learn how at ww.ruok.org.au/how-to-ask

#StayConnected #RUOKEveryday

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Leigh Walsh
Titch Bruhn
Helena Davies
Terry Ambry
Lydia Astill
As we look out for those around us, it's important that we also take some time to look after ourselves. Let us know your self-care tips below.

#StayConnected #RUOKEveryday
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Peta ET Mattschoss
Janice Kathleen Marsh
John Wells
April Scala
Hannah Mueller
Who's there? You’re there.

Be sure to let your loved ones, colleagues and neighbours know that they can still reach you over the phone or online if they need to talk.

More tips at
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Gina Martin
Daniella Michelini
Darryl Doyle
"U matter says so much – it says I care about you; you belong, you’re supported and you’re not alone.

"But it’s not just about the words. It’s about what we do to reinforce that message. It can be turning up when someone needs us, an unprompted act of kindness, pitching in before we’re asked, sticking up and speaking out for them. Those acts are the reminders we can make every...
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Robin Elizabeth Carvolth
John Galbraith
Julie Freestone
Sue Rees
Right now our world needs a little more Who will you connect with and thank today?
#stayconnected #ruok #ruokeveryday #InThisTogether

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Amy Kidston
Karyn Bath
Whether you're or , we need to stay connected to our friends and family through these times. If someone needs to talk, ask "are you OK?" and start the conversation.

Find conversation tips at
#stayconnected
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Terry Ambry
Robert J Taylor
#InThisTogether, an initiative of mental health organisations, experts and leaders, provides tips to help Australians remain socially and emotionally connected with family, friends, neighbours and your community.

We will all need a little extra support during this time, so let’s be kind, stay connected, check in with each other, and encourage people to seek professional support when they need...
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Youth Mental Health Canada
Kris Ward
Melanie Whiting
Mark Bartlett
Jodie Smalley
Today is Neighbour Day, a day to celebrate community and #CreateConnections with those who live in your neighbourhood

Recent events have highlighted the importance of a good relationship with those who live nearby, and have reinforced the need to look out for our neighbours.

During this time you can offer your neighbours a friendly wave or drop a note of support in their letterbox. For more...

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Andrea Von
Civic Park Medical Centre
Rebecca Lou Hawn
Tracey Fulton
Kris Ward
Let’s ‘Takeaway Together’ tonight! Invite a mate for a digital date, order your favourite takeaway or delivery, share a meal and conversation. It’s that simple.

Get involved to stay connected and support local businesses doing it tough. Learn more at

#TakeawayTogether #StayConnected

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R U OK Day
Ellen Cahill
Leeza Matson
Peta ET Mattschoss
Georgia Isaacs
From managing risk factors to leading change and providing support, there are a number of steps employers can take to provide a mentally healthy work environment during the COVID-19 situation.

COVID-19 pandemic: Mental health at work

safework.nsw.gov.au
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Tod Davis
Mark Trentin