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Live Longer! Mobile Training Van

 

Overview

Aboriginal training organisation Tauondi College, with project partners the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia (SA) and SA Health, set up a Live Longer! Mobile Training Van project which aimed to help prevent chronic disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across SA by providing free two-day training courses in healthy eating, nutrition and horticulture.

The caravan visited 21 Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities.

Training graduates were encouraged to link in with their local Aboriginal community controlled health service to receive ongoing health checks, healthy lifestyle advice and support. They also worked together to create a cookbook that contained traditional and contemporary recipes that are healthy, practical to make and use locally available ingredients.

Abstract adapted from Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia website

Contacts

Tadashi Nakamura
Tauondi College
1 Lipson Street
Port Adelaide SA 5015
Ph: (08) 8240 0300
Email: tnakamura@tauondi.sa.edu.au

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Last updated: 19 September 2016
 
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