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Feb 15, 2020





Today is R U OK? Day


Suicide prevention is a global challenge. The aim of the day is to inspire and empower everyone to connect and support people around them who may be struggling. By asking a simple question, you could help a family member, friend of colleague open up.


Some easy steps to follow to help start a conversation:

1. Ask

2. Listen

3. Encourage action

4. Check in


This conversation shows that person they are supported and can lead to strategies which help manage their situation and load.

For more information, visit


It’s been a pleasure participating in #steptember for 2018. We are extremely proud to be supporters of this initiative and are looking forward to stepping through this again next year!

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