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Flinders Island Aboriginal Association INC. Healthy Lifestyle Program WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT……
HEALTHY LIFESTYLE TEAM
The Healthy Lifestyle Program
Chronic disease such as raise awareness of the diabetes, kidney disease benefits of quitting and heart disease are a lot smoking, or most Healthy Lifestyle & Tobacco Action workers: importantly not taking it Aboriginal and Torres up, and to promote healthy Tania Wheatley Strait Islander people than lifestyle choices. Some non- indigenous healthy lifestyle choices Australians. These chronic include increased physical email@example.com diseases are the core activity, and improving reason why adult nutrition. We think the indigenous people die best way to promote younger and have poorer positive changes is to health than other collaborate with both Australian adults. Aboriginal and mainstream Smoking, not enough physical activity, poor The Healthy Lifestyle Team firstname.lastname@example.org nutrition and heavy is a Tasmania-wide consumption of alcohol initiative. We hope to be can lead to these chronic working with you soon to diseases. By minimizing deliver programs that will these risk factors you can improve the lives of reduce your chance of individuals within the these diseases evolving. Marama Rangataua The Healthy Lifestyle team's job is twofold: to For more information please visit the Flinders Island Aboriginal Association Incorporated Website. www.fiaai.org.au WHAT'S GOING ON AROUND THE STATE? Save the date! Happy Healthy Tasty: A guide to feeding Tassie kids aged 0-5 LAUNCH On the 5th and 12th of February the FIAAI Healthy Lifestyle team officially launched their new resource Happy Healthy Tasty which is an information booklet about food nutrition for kids aged 0-5 years old. The focus of the project has been to take existing information and resources and rework them to be more reflective of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community. Many consultation meetings with various members of the TAHRG and meetings with many of the TAHRG " Mums and Bubs" groups to get feedback from community members about what they'd like to see in a nutrition guide. Professional photos for the booklet were taken at SETAC and include photos of many happy babies eating yummy healthy food. The booklet covers everything from breastfeed-ing to introducing first foods, the nutritional needs of toddlers, how to deal with fussy eaters, allergy advice and much more. SETAC Sport and Boxing Program The Healthy Lifestyle Program in conjunction with SETAC organized a boxing and sport program to be run at Primary Health Care & Well-being Centre at Cygnet, the program consisted of two groups going for 3 days each. The first group went from Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd of January and the second group on the following week going from 27th to 29th. Each day 2 hours was spent with each group, spending 1 hour teaching boxing and the other hour playing games such as cricket, dodge ball, volley ball, soccer, capture the flag and more. Also spent time talking to the kids about how important it is to keep an active lifestyle. On the final day of the program both groups from the first and second week met at Randal's Bay just south of Cygnet for a beach day and a BBQ. RECENT & UPCOMING PROGRAMS. Save the date! Garden to Plate FIAAI healthy lifestyle team will work in partnership with Ravenswood Community Centre and Second Bite to offer the "Garden to plate" program which would have 2 main components, the first is a community vegetable and bush tucker garden and the second is using fresh seasonal local produce from the gardens and Second Bite to cook healthy, nutritious meals on a budget. Food insecurity has been identified as a major contributor to Aboriginal and Torres Strait peo-ple's health, these programs will help to give the students the tools, skills and food to make wis-er food choices. There would be 2 different classes which would cater to different parts of the community. During the year photos/recipes and stories will be collated together to create a booklet documenting this learning journey. At the completion of the project, the Healthy Lifestyle Program should have developed a solid partnership with Ravenswood Community Centre/ Second Bite, and be better recognized in Ravenswood Aboriginal community as well as the wider Launceston Aboriginal community. FIAAI Healthy Lifestyle Program Evening Walking Group When: Wednesday 8th January 2014 Where: Meet @ Royal Park and walk along the River Edge Trail Time: 5:30pm, this walking group will run for 8 When: Mondays @ 11am Where: 85 Canning Street Come along and join us for a light walk and a yarn. Open to all ages, friends and family mem- What: The Quit Café is a free, informal ber support welcome. and supportive group environment in For more information please phone Carly on which to share with others the journey and experiences you are going through RECIPE OF THE MONTH
Swap it, don't stop it!
Cannellini beans with prawns
Ingredient Details 600g can cannellini beans, well-rinsed and drained 1-2 lemons, freshly squeezed 2 tsp olive oil, plus 2 tsp extra 1 small garlic clove, finely chopped ¼ cup of flat-leaf parsley 375g green prawns, peeled, de-veined and tails left intact ¼ tsp chilli flakes 1. Preheat a stove-top griller or barbeque. 2. Place the beans in a bowl, squeeze over the lem-on juice and add 2 teaspoons of olive oil, garlic and parsley. Toss well. Season with freshly ground pep-per. 3. Toss the prawns in a bowl with the extra 2 teaspoons of olive and the chilli flakes. Grill until they change colour, for about 2 minutes. 4. Place the beans on plate, add the prawns and serve immediately. Tip: Be sure to rinse the canned beans several times to avoid any unpleasant metallic taste. Recipe from http://www.heartfoundation.org.au • If you crave sugar, eat more whole Beat those cravings! grains and less salt and dairy.
• If you crave coffee, eat more vegetables and salads, cut down on meat and sugar. Chocolate, chips and coke - we all have Try chicory or dandelion coffee instead. those mid-afternoon cravings for sugar and salt, unfortunately they only make us • If you crave dairy, eat leafy greens, feel good for a short time before we're brown rice and fish, avoid sugar and fruit. tired and hungry again. Here are some • If you crave alcohol, eat more healthy suggestions on how to make healthier carbohydrates and bitter greens and eat food choices before we reach for another less fat, salt and animal protein. coffee – HEALTH ISSUE OF THE MONTH Lets talk about it! National Children's Dental Health Month National Children's Dental Health Month is to raise awareness about the need for good oral health for our children. Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children. The good news is that it is preventable by preforming safe and effective preventive measures that can protect teeth. Good oral hygiene practices such as thoroughly brushing with a good fluoride toothpaste can help keep children from getting nasty cavities. Brushing Kids teeth (18months—6yrs) Tips to get your kids to brush their teeth 1) Place a pea-sized amount of low-fluoride toothpaste onto a Play copycat: Capitalize on toddlers urge soft children's toothbrush. to mimic fun activities. While your brush- 2) Sit the child in your lap, facing ing your teeth exaggerate on your excite- away from you, or stand be- hind taller children. Tilt the Make toothbrush a toy: Show toddler child's head back against your body so you can see all how to brush his teddy bears " teeth" the surfaces of the teeth. Create impression that toothbrushes are 3) Angle the bristles of the toothbrush towards the Make a tooth brushing chart: Each time gum. Move the brush in gen- toddler brushes their teeth they receive tle circles to clean the outer sides of the teeth and gums. a sticker which is placed on the chart 4) Brush in gentle circles on the inside of the teeth as well as the gums. 5) Brush back and forward on the chewing surface of the teeth. 6) After brushing all the surfaces, encourage your child to spit out the toothpaste and rinse if possible. How Important is Diet to My Child's Oral Health? A balanced diet is necessary for your child to develop strong, decay-resistant teeth. In addition to a full range of vitamins and minerals, a child's diet should include plenty of calcium, phosphorous, and proper levels of fluoride. TIPS AND HINTS Arriving at one goal is the starting point to another! Exercise of the month: Bent Over Row: Stand over the center of the bend with feet shoulder-width apart. Bend slightly at the knees and hinge at the waist, keeping your hips back. Grasp each handle with hands facing the outside of your keens. With elbows bend, pull the band up towards your hips, squeezing shoulder blades together until your elbows form a 90– degree angle. Lower and row for 10-12 reps. * You can pick up a resistance band for about $30 at your local sports shop What to plant in Nicotine Replacement Therapy Nicotine replacement therapy is safe and is an effective treatment for nicotine addiction Plant: Seedlings of broccoli, Brus- Nicotine Patches sels sprouts, winter cabbage, kale, Nicotine Gum cauliflower, celery, leek, lettuce, sil- Nicotine Lozenge verbeet and spring onions Nicotine Inhalator Nicotine month Spray– Sow: Broccoli, carrot, cabbage, cau- liflower, late Brussels sprouts, leek, Combination Therapy turnip, beetroot, parsnip Varenicline (Champix) Bupropion (Zyban) Volume: 2 Issue: 2 February 2014
GUÍA DE PROCEDIMIENTOS LABORALES: PROCEDIMIENTOS ADMINISTRATIVOS, JUDICIALES E INTERNACIONALES DE PROTECCIÓN DE LOS DERECHOS LABORALES Dr. Max PuigMinistro de Trabajo Equipo de coordinación Sandra Dueñas-PaschalGerente RegionalPact Andrés Valentín Herrera GonzálezDirector general de TrabajoMinisterio de Trabajo Rafael Arturo Mariano OviedoDirector de Asistencia JudicialMinisterio de Trabajo