Wellbeing

Yenella News - Wellbeing Group 

Melbourne Football Club 

 

DET have partnered with Melbourne Football Club to bring you important information, tips and messages on wellbeing. 

 

Some short videos by Melbourne Football Club:

 

Wellbeing with Melbourne Football Club (education.vic.gov.au) 

 

 

 

Wellbeing 'Take a picture' Challenge

 

Our Wellbeing team created a challenge in support of R U OK day?  

 

R U OK? day was 8th September. This year the message was: Are they really OK? Ask them today.

 

Do you know how the people in your world are really going?

Are they really OK? Ask them today. Your conversation could change a life. 

For more information visit ruok.org.au

 

The challenge was to “Take a picture of something or someone that makes you happy”

 

Thank you to everyone who entered the Wellbeing 'Take a Picture' Challenge. All the entries were fantastic and it was great to see lots and lots of happy snaps.

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to Xy Gonzales and his dog Rex, winner of the Wellbeing 'Take a Picture' challenge.

 

 

 

Headspace Webinars for parents and carers

Wednesday 13th October at 7:00pm 

                 

Connecting and Communicating with your young person (60 minutes in length)

 

Join us for this webinar hosted by headspace national in partnership with your local headspace centre.

Information presented will be on:

* Understanding your young person and recognising mental health difficulties

* Managing the challenges of parenting young people today

* How to start the conversation and make better connections with your young person

* Connecting your young person with the right help and support

 

Please click on the button below for more information

 

 

 

Wednesday 20th October at 7:00pm                  

 

Accessing mental health support services. Who, how and where? (60 minutes in length).

 

Join us for this webinar hosted by headspace national in partnership with your local headspace centre.

Information presented will cover:

* Mental health awareness

* The conversational approach to mental health and well-being

* Mental health support services that exist in the local and broader community

* Practical strategies and resources to support mental health

The webinar runs for 60 minutes and will be supported by a digital pack of information that will be sent out via email.

 

Please click on the button below for more information