Soifua maloloina faalemafaufau ole fanau talavou

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E taua tele le lelei ma atoaatoa ole soifua maloloina ole mafaufau o soo se tagata.
O itu nei e maua pe afai e lelei ma saogalemu le soifua faalemafaufau o soo se tagata talavou pe matutua foi. E maua le:
1. fiafia
2. lelei aoga ma galuega
3. mafai ona tete’e atu i faafitauli ole olaga fou ma faiga fou e lu’itau ai le aga’i i luma ole ola a’oa’oina ma le ola galulue ole fanau.
Aisea e ala ai ona afaina le mafaufau ose tagata talavou ?? (Triggers for mental health difficulties for young people)
E pei lava ona iai mafuaaga o faama’i ole tino e faapena foi ona iai mafuaaga o faama’i ole mafaufau.
1.Ua faauma se faiga uo mafana sa iai ( relationship break up )
2.Ua faaogaina le ava malosi ma le pia faatasi ai ma fualaau faasaina.
3.Ua faigata tele le nofo a’oa’oina ona ole tele o meaaoga ma le faigata o suega o loo feagai ai.
4. Ua soonafai e isi tagata talavou i aoga poo fale faigaluega – bullying.
5. Ua tele le faaoga o fesootaiga faaonopo nei – social media – ma ua tau le maua ai se moe ma le mafia ai ona maua se malolo ole mafaufau .
6. Ole maliu ose tasi ile aiga poo se uo peleina
7. Ua afaina ise faamai poo se laveaga matuia i taavale poo taaloga
8. E a’afia nisi ole aiga ini faamai ole mafaufau.

O faailoga e mateia ai ua tulai mai le afaina ose tagata talavou i faamai ole mafaufau.
(Warning signs that a young person may be experiencing mental health difficulties)
E taua tele i matua le silasila toto’a i amio ma uiga ole fanau ina ia vave ona faataunuuina ni
siaki ma togafitiga ole fanau talavou . E mafia ona ave sa’o ise headspace clinic i Sydney area.
E mafia foi ona ave e vaai le family GP ona faafesootai lea o se headspace clinic .
Afai ose tagata talavou ua le gata ina iai ni auga ua taua i lalo ae ua umi foi ona faauau
ma ua afaina ai lona olaga i aso ta’itasi-o uiga nei e masalomia le afaina olea tagata talavou.
1.Leai see fiafia
2. Ua le manao i mea sa fiafia muamua iai
3.E itaita gofie
4.Ua le toe oso foi se fiafia i aoga ma galuega ma taaloga
5. Ua fiafia ile ava malosi ma le faaogaina o fualaau faasaina
6. Ua faigata ona nofo umi e faaau se galuega pe faitau tusi pe suesue foi.
7.E maligi gofie loimata pea a iai se mea o faanoanoa ai.
8. Ua le toe tele ni mea e fia alu i ai pe fai foi . Ua le fiafia ini tagata ma ni talanoaga.
9. Ua tele ina nofo ile potu ma ua le toe fia tafafao ma ni ana uo e pei ona masani ai.

Faaiuga – conclusion.

Ole pule ile ola poo le suicide ole itu lena e matua taua ona puipuia e matua ina aua nei oo iai le fanau. E faatauaina ai le nofo silafia o matua ma vaai toto’a foi iai ina ia aua nei misi ai le avanoa e fai ai togafitiga ole fanau i faamai ole mafaufau e lamatia ai latou.

Headspace resources: http://headspace.org.au/get-info/category/mental-health-and-wellbeing Beyond Blue ‘Stats and Facts’: https://www.youthbeyondblue.com/footer/stats-and-facts

There was a good turn out to Headspace Campbelltown Pacific Leaders Lunch and Information Session on Wednesday 27th 2016 at Minto Community Centre.
This initiative was to highlight Mental Health Access by Pacific Island Youth and to engage Pacific Island Leaders. This was organised by Headspace Campbelltown’s Vicky Papageorgopoulos (Community Development and Engagement Officer), Sapate Afeaki and Paniani Jnr Patu; in partnership with NSW Council of Pacific Island Communities.
Guest speakers
1. Dr Paniani Patu – General Practitioner –“Barriers to Access by Pacific Islanders to Health Services in Australia”
2. Ms Dora Onesemo – Project Officer –“Transcultural Mental Health and services “
3. Mr Shane Cross – Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Director – Headspace Youth Mental Health Service Campbelltown/Camperdown- “Mental health and well being”

There will be future forums to be arranged .

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