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Resources in English

Catch-up vaccinations for refugees and asylum seekers in Victoria

This resource was designed for refugee and migrant communities in Victoria about catch-up vaccinations It was developed in consultation with the community and was tested with the community. What are catch-up vaccinations? Vaccinations (vaccine injections) are...

How to use medicines correctly

How do I buy medicines in Australia? In Australia there are 2 different ways to buy medicines. Prescription medicines Some medicines can only be bought with a piece of paper from your doctor (prescription). This prescription tells the pharmacy what medicine you need,...

Checking existing translations

If you are using existing translated materials, you need to first check whether the content and meaning of the resource is what you are after. Here are some steps to guide you through how to check existing translations. Step 1: Consult with the original producer of...

How to test your translation with the community

It is important to check your translated resource with the community. You can do this by running a focus group or consulting with key informers.  This will help you find out if any particular words or expressions in the translated resource do not sound natural or are...

6 steps to an effective translation

1. Take time to consider which languages to select for translations. Consider which community group will most benefit from your resource, and which communities have a low rate of English proficiency. To find out information on new arrivals in the last five years,...

Tuberculosis facts and treatment

This resource is designed for migrants and refugees and provides health information on tuberculosis (also known as TB). It explains the difference between latent TB infection and TB disease, the symptoms of active TB, how TB is spread and how to prevent it from...

Are you gambling with your future?

This resource was designed for Khmer community about problem gambling. It was developed in consultation with the community, it was tested in focus groups and with stakeholders. Gambler’s Help hotline 1800 858 858 24 hours a day 7 days a week English Resource: Are you...

Do you worry that someone in your family has a gambling problem

Before you get angry and the family is divided, seek advice on how to protect yourself and your family. This resource was designed for the Chinese community about problem gambling. The pdf includes both English and Chinese. Gambler’s Help hotline 1800 858 858 24 hours...

Don’t hide your gambling problems

Don’t hide your problems. Let’s help our families stop problem gambling.   Staying silent about problem gambling can make the situation much worse. Ask your community centre or temple for advice, or call Gambler’s Help on 1800 858 858.   English Resource:...

Don’t let gambling problems tear our families apart

Don’t let gambling problems tear our families apart poster If gambling is a problem for you or  someone you know, call Gambler’s Help on 1800 858 858 for free and confidential help. Interpreters can be provided free of charge.   English Resource:...