R U OK? DAY FOCUSES ON BUILDING CONFIDENCE TO NAVIGATE DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS

R U OK? DAY FOCUSES ON BUILDING CONFIDENCE TO NAVIGATE DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS

‘THERE’S MORE TO SAY AFTER R U OK?’

2020 has been a challenging year for everyone and circumstances have made it even more important for us all to stay connected and, for those who are able, be willing to support those around us. In the lead-up to R U OK? Day we’ll help Australians know what to say when someone says they’re not OK and guide them through how they can continue a conversation that could change a life.

You don’t have to be an expert to keep the conversation going when someone says they’re not OK. By knowing what to say you can help someone feel supported and access appropriate help long before they’re in crisis, which can make a really positive difference to their life

A CONVERSATION CAN CHANGE A LIFE

R U OK? inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with the people around them and start a conversation with anyone who may be struggling with life. You don’t need to be an expert to reach out – just a good friend and a great listener. Use these four steps and have a conversation that could change a life:

  1. Ask R U OK?
  2. Listen
  3. Encourage action
  4. Check-In

DOWNLOAD OUR ‘GUIDE TO SUPPORTING R U OK?DAY’

Our ‘Guide to supporting R U OK?Day’ has tips, ideas and resources to help you share our message and encourage everyone in your community to learn what to say after R U OK?.

Download the guide by clicking on the link below and make your R U OK?Day activities a meaningful success.

Download guide 

The guide will give you an overview of the FREE materials and resources – including posters, social media tiles, conver