Find valuable resources, tools and information to support improving your wellbeing and that of your family by staying healthy, active and connected.
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Cervical screening test
View information on who should get a cervical screening test, how often and how do you go about it. Also, see more about self collection and to find out when your next test is due.
Self care strategies
Take time to look after yourself and engage in a range of self-care activities to protect your mental wellbeing. Do something you love, find a new hobby or revive an old one. Engage in healthy activities that you enjoy and find relaxing.
The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program invites eligible people to screen for bowel cancer using a free, simple test at home. See the criteria, how to do the test and how to understand the results.
Food for the soul
Taking care of your mental wellbeing is just as important as taking care of your physical health. View our videos and tips to help you improve and maintain good mental health.
5 ways to wellbeing
The 5 ways to wellbeing are simple things you can do to improve your mental and social wellbeing. They include 5 actions of connect, be active, take notice, keep learning and give.
Gardening is an activity anyone can enjoy, regardless of your age or circumstances – or even lack of a green thumb! Discover the many benefits of gardening.
Take a walk on the wild side
South Australians are lucky to live in a state full of diverse and interesting walking paths and trails. There is something to suit everyone’s interests.
There are clear links between the natural environment and our health and wellbeing physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually. Find out what the research shows about why spending time in nature is good for us.
Keep it moving
How to fit walking into an already busy life
There are easy ways we can move more in our regular day-to-day activities, including through walking. Any amount of walking and moving is better than none. Can you include any of these ideas into your day?
Now that I’m more active, how do I maintain my motivation?
Making walking a habit can have longer term benefits. It can help you feel better and cope with life’s ups and downs more easily. Here are some tips to help keep up your motivation.
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Jul 1, 2022
Have you been putting off your cervical screening test?
Now you have the option to take the test yourself!
Self collection for cervical screening means collecting the cells yourself from your…