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In this webinar we will talk about how frontline health and community workers can use digital wellbeing tools to help keep our Indigenous mob feeling ‘deadly’ (#feeling great!)

Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have always adapted to new technologies and are finding creative ways to maintain their health and wellbeing in the digital world. There are a range of websites, apps, videos and other online resources that our health and community workforce can use with their Indigenous clients to help them stay physically and mentally well.
In this webinar, we will introduce you to a new social and emotional wellbeing website called WellMob. The WellMob website is a bank of over 200 Indigenous-specific digital resources to promote a healthy mind, body and culture. 
The inspiration for the WellMob website came from our frontline workers who identified the need for a ‘one-stop-shop’ of culturally appropriate wellbeing resources. Our all-star panel of Indigenous wellbeing workers will share some online wellbeing resources and yarn about how to use with your clients and community.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how digital social and emotional wellbeing (d-SEWB) resources can play a role in keeping our mob well
  • Identify how to use the new WellMob website and its d-SEWB resources with clients/ community
  • Describe new Indigenous-specific digital SEWB resources

    The Webinar Series

    The webinar series examines some the Indigenous concept of social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB), focusing on the curation of culturally appropriate digital resources. Through case examples, we will explore some of these resources and learn how they can be implemented into clinical practice.


    • Thursday, 1pm AEDT 29th October 2020


    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander frontline health and community workers and any health professional with an interest in improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.