New mental health and wellbeing app developed for First Nations by First Nations

Black Dog Institute launches innovative mental health and wellbeing app designed by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people

New mental health and wellbeing app developed for First Nations by First Nations

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Posted: 13 November 2020

It’s not news to anyone that 2020 hasn’t been good when it comes to the wellbeing of most Australians – especially Victorians. Social lockdowns, massive business closures and job losses, economic turmoil – it’s a year that seems custom made to wear down the strongest of us. Speaking on Connection Matters Radio to talk about iBobbly, a new mental health, wellbeing and support app designed by Aboriginal people and for Aboriginal people was Kalkadoon woman Tiarnee Schafer from the BlackDog Institute.

Duration: 9min 14sec
Broadcast: Monday 9 November 2020

 

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  • Tiarnee Schafer

    Kalkadoon woman and iBobbly Project Officer and Social and Emotional Wellbeing Community Liaison

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For more information about iBobbly app, click here

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