Feeling Deadly, Working Deadly: Indigenous AOD Worker Wellbeing Resource Kit
25 November 2013
The 'Feeling Deadly, Working Deadly' Resource Kit forms part of NCETA's work on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Worker Wellbeing. It was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. The The 'Feeling Deadly, Working Deadly' Resource Kit contains the following components:
This information sheet explains the background and rationale for the development of the Kit and how to use the Kit.
A DVD containing all of the Kit's written resources.
'A Day in the Life': A video resource which takes a humorous look at a day in the life of an Indigenous AOD worker.
|The handbook of strategies for preventing stress and burnout among
Indigenous AOD workers.
|7 Theory Into
Practice (TIP) Sheets
for managers and
These TIP Sheets are targeted specifically at managers and supervisors of
S1. The complex personal lives of Indigenous AOD workers
|4 Theory Into Practice
(TIP) Sheets for
These TIP Sheets are targeted specifically at Indigenous AOD workers to
|5 Case Studies||
The Case Studies are designed to act as discussion starters concerning
|A Talking Circle Guide||A guide for conducting talking circle discussions which can be a very useful way to bring staff together to identify and address issues that can
contribute to stress and burnout in the workplace.
|An Indigenous Workforce Development Checklist for the AOD field.|
|Online Directory of Worker Resources||Provides Indigenous AOD workers with easy and user-friendly access to
worker wellbeing resources throughout Australia.
A copy of the Directory is also available on the DVD-Rom accompanying the hard copy of this Kit.
|Other Resources||Post-It Notes and Bookmark.|
Order hard copies of the Kit online or phone 08 8201 7535.