Video Introduction to George’s Story.
Video of participants introducing Nola’s Diary in remote indigenous school.
Queensland Health and LifeTec are committed to resilience in remote indigenous Australian communities.
Rural, remote indigenous youth received two online interactive programs, 2001 – 2003, to promote the resilience required for youth to continue education and undertake professional training and work in their adulthood. In doing so they would add community capacity for future health and wellbeing in their own communities.
Program 1: George’s Story, 2003
Delivered to secondary students to promote indigenous youth to work in the health professions and bring these to their own rural, remote communities.
Program 2: Nola’s Diary, 2001
Students in remote primary school are introduced to the character “Nola”. Nola is afraid to re-locate to a regional center to undertake her secondary schooling.