This project is funded by the Australian Government through the National Partnership Agreement on Improving Health Services in Tasmania
Collective ed. is a 5-year initiative which sets out to do education differently by exploring how a place-based approach to education can positively impact year 12 attainment and meaningful pathways for young people.
It’s only natural to be anxious about the Covid-19 crisis but there are some simple things you can do to maintain good mental health.
As part of the Government’s response to COVID-19 new temporary MBS
telehealth items have been introduced to help patients access essential health services remotely and reduce their risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Meet new friends, learn something new by getting involved in the community. Staying social and connected in the community is a really good way to maximise your chance of staying physically well, socially well, emotionally well, and mentally well.
What would you tell your younger self? Listen to local identities’ advice they would give to their younger self.
Getting active can be as simple as running around down the park, walking the dog, playing down the beach, or going dancing with your mates. You don’t have to break any records or have to be best on ground.
If you are in the North West and you are experiencing flu like symptoms you must quarantine and call your GP or the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738. You may need to be tested for COVID-19