After living a big life abroad, 2020 forced Garick Lee back home to his childhood home, his childhood bedroom, and thoughts of his childhood self.
Community theatre president and avid volunteer, Shelley McGinn believes in the power of community and giving back.
The library provides Segun with a place to connect and learn – two things that he believes are essential for his mental health. In his words, "Learning is never-ending."
For mother and grandmother Doris Hill, being close to her family helps her to maintain positive mental health. Doris teaches us that it's never too late to take on a new challenge.
Daljit Singh Dillon spent much of his career as engineer, before training to become a teacher at the age of 59. He speaks to the importance of belonging to a community, at any age.
"I can see, that even though my Nan was separated from her family, that we do have a lot of things that are culturally in line with being Aboriginal, and I don’t know how she just naturally grew up with those ideas, when she taken away so young, but she did. So I guess, I feel like a fraud either way, I don’t know which box to tick."
After Christine Brown's daughter tried to take her own life, Christine joined the fight for the recognition of the importance of mental health.
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