R U OK Day

Thursday 10 September 2020

It's not always obvious that someone is struggling - and we sometimes need to be reminded to trust our gut instinct and dig a bit deeper. There’s more to say after R U OK? When someone says they’re not OK, make time to listen, encourage action and check in. You can learn what to say after R U OK? A conversation could change a life. #theresmoretosay

Would you say something?

So if you think something’s worrying a work colleague, start a conversation to see if they’re ok.
If they’re not, all you need to do is listen, and then help them think about what can be done to make life easier.

Looking for help?

It’s ok to not be ok. Notre Dame wants to help you find the support and resources you need.

Resources: Obtain free resources and materials at www.ruok.org.au

Support R U OK? Day 2020 at work

What can you do to support R U OK? Day 2020 at work by raising awareness, you can do this by:

  • Attend the Access Wellbeing presentation on ‘What to say after R U OK?’
  • Host a morning tea in the office or online
  • Wearing yellow
  • Display posters in your office
  • Start a conversation - how to ask guide