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Health and wellbeing
The health and wellbeing of the non government AOD workforce, their clients and the greater community is of utmost importance to the staff, here at NADA.
As coronavirus cases rise across Australia, so too are feelings of stress and anxiety. In times like these, we need practical evidence-backed information and resources on ways to take care of ourselves, our clients and our community.
While there is a lot of uncertainty in the world right now, one this is for sure—we are here for you. The team at NADA have compiled the select list of information and resources below to help you, your clients and communities stay healthy, safe and connected during these challenging times. If there’s anything further we can do to support you, don’t hesitate to reach out by calling or emailing staff.
Coping with stress and uncertainty during COVID-19 NADA developed this eLearning course to help AOD workers cope with stress and uncertainty during COVID-19. It explores the factors that make coping difficult and outlines a variety of helpful tips and strategies to support you to look after yourself during these challenging times.
Managing your mental health at home: Information about working from home during COVID-19
Introducing Well Beings, a short-animation series with practical, science-backed tips and tricks to reduce stress and enhance health and wellbeing during COVID-19 and beyond.
The first episode ‘Managing your mental health at home: Information about working from home during COVID-19’ profiles this[PDF] fantastic resource by our friends over at the Black Dog Institute. For worker wellbeing resources specific to the AOD sector, please visit: workerwellbeing.nada.org.au.