Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation

Kurranulla are a My Aged Care approved provider, supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are ageing or frail (over 50yrs).

Our aim is to improve social and emotional well being, promote health in a culturally appropriate, safe and comfortable environment. Kurranulla meet CHSP standards.

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R U OK ?Spending time with your mob, asking R U OK? and listening could help someone when they need it.Asking R U OK? is something we can all do to keep communities and people strong ❤️🖤💛#RUOKDay2023#kurranulla#StrongerTogether See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosSeptember 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day. Today, let us bring suicide stigma out of the shadows and into the light. Lifeline has brought together two people from very different worlds to share their stories. Because no matter who you are, suicide doesn’t discriminate. Check out Danny, a Proud Worimi man, and Imbi, a Proud Mother and wife’s stories: ow.ly/m1gI50PJ7NsIf you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and feeling worried or no good and need someone to yarn to, you can call 13 Yarn on 13 92 76If you or anyone you know is struggling, you can contact Lifeline on 13 11 14. There’s always help available.#SuicideDoesntDiscrimminate #WorldSuicidePreventionDay #YouRightorWhat See MoreSee Less
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This #SEWB resource package has been developed by Anti-Discrimination NSW.The resources aims to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in NSW look after their health and wellbeing during The Voice referendum debate.The package includes a pocket-sized guide and poster containing information about Anti-Discrimination NSW services and mental health tips.Access the resources here: 🔗 bit.ly/3ErK3w9 See MoreSee Less
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This Women’s Health Week is a reminder to set aside time for your health and wellbeing. Be kind to yourself: ❤️ Get a health check❤️Get active ❤️ Connect with friends #WomensHealthWeek #AboriginalHealthinAboriginalHands Jean Hailes for Women’s Health See MoreSee Less
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Indigenous Literacy Day is fast approaching.This year, the Indigenous Literacy Foundation is teaming up with its Ambassador, Jessica Mauboy for an event like no other. For more info or to register for this FREE online event, head to the The Indigenous Literacy Foundation #seslhd #seslhdahu #community #culture #connection #aboriginal #torrestraitislander #ild23 #ilf See MoreSee Less
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