Hackathon to create awareness for Depression in Immigrant and Refugee communities. Hosted by 1951 Coffee, and Thon X
It was an amazing twelve hour workspace. Where folks from multiple disciplines came together to work on tackling a cause- increasing awareness around Depression in Immigrant and Refugee communities. There were so many great ideas and lots of passion in the room.
Before the participants got to work, they volunteered to engage in a demonstration of the RICHER model. The participants volunteered to share some work that reflect how they felt. This is the pre and post reflection of how they felt in their mind, body and spirit.
Below is a word bible that summarized the expression of the participants pre and post the session
Before the RICHER Model
After the RICHER Model
For more information on bringing the RICHER Model to your communities for social impact complete this form
Calling all Healthcare Providers in Dunedin New Zealand that support pregnant women, childbirth and postnatal care to this conversation/presentation. What do you think about wellbeing and community music and dance facilitated by a healthcare provider?
Come join the conversation with the 2015 Caroline Plummer Community Dance Fellow Uzo, a community health nurse. This is a part of a research project at the University of Otago School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences.
When:October 14, 2015 1:30pm-2:30pm
Where: Queen Mary Maternity Centre Dunedin