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The world has changed dramatically in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. We are all adapting to a very different way of life and are spending a lot more time online.
As school students rely more heavily on technology for their learning and social interaction, cyber safety education is now more vital than ever. Teachers and parents are looking for resources that will help young people to navigate the online world in a safe, respectful and responsible way. They are also looking for ways to protect mental health and build resilience during this challenging time.
We can all make a difference in the lives of those who might be struggling by having regular, meaningful conversations about life's challenges.
Every year R U OK? run a campaign in the lead up to R U OK?Day, which is held on the second Thursday in September each year. This year R U OK? have launched the ‘Trust the Signs’ campaign, which aims to give everyone in the community skills to notice when someone needs support and the confidence to start a conversation that could change a life.
The message is simple: if you think something’s not quite the same with someone you know - there’s something going on in their life or you notice a change in what they’re doing or saying - trust your gut instinct, and take the time to reach out and start a conversation.