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Strong Culture: a road to good health: a resource for engaging Aboriginal school students in diabetes prevention (2014)

Author

Diabetes WA

City

Perth, WA

Type

Report

Institution

Diabetes WA

 

Description

The Strong culture: a road to good health resources were developed to assist teachers, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and other community workers in engaging young Aboriginal people in diabetes prevention messages. The resources are part of the Strong culture: a road to good health program developed and trialed in Northam, Western Australia (WA).

The resource package includes:

The DVD shows the process that was undertaken in Northam and is designed to provide other communities with ideas and suggestions for running a similar program.

The activities and resources in the package can be modified to meet the needs of the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

Diabetes WA offers small grants to schools and other community organisations to assist in the cost associated with delivering the Strong culture: a road to good health program.

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Contact details

Aboriginal Health Team
Diabetes WA
Level 3
322 Hay Street
PO Box 1699
Subiaco WA 6904
Ph: (08) 9436 6246
Fax: (08) 9221 1183
Email: aboriginalhealth@diabeteswa.com.au

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Last updated: 27 August 2014
 
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