Phew.. What a year!! We sure are looking forward to the holiday season – with hopeful anticipation of a fresh new year ahead.. The team will be away from Monday 21 December 2020 and back on Monday 11 January 2021. Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season.
‘We Can Be Buffel Free’ looks at the devastating effects buffel grass has on native flora and fauna and the things community members can do to help become buffel free! Buffel grass makes it harder to hunt. Walks are more difficult and it’s harder to track animals. It’s making hotter fires that are damaging country and communities. But there’s lots … Read More
Has your body ever felt jumpy or nervous? Happy Tapping can help. Happy Tapping uses therapeutic touch to release tension from the body. It’s a gentle tap – not a hit – and it helps calm the mind and body. Healthy Outlook Director Susie (Sue) Gregory recently engaged italk Studios to make a video explaining what Happy Tapping is and … Read More
Have you heard about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)? italk Studios recently produced a series of animations to explain how the NDIS works and how Anangu can become Disability Support Workers with organisations that deliver NDIS services in communities. The NDIS is rolling out across Australia. For new participants in remote Australia, the NDIS can provide benefits and services … Read More
italk Studios has produced new stories as a contribution to the public health campaign on the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve made three stories — one on symptoms, one on exponential growth, and one on transmission. The stories are in multiple languages, including Indonesian, French, Italian, German, Warlpiri, and English. We are also working on translating them in Pitjantjatjara and Arrernte. If … Read More
We offer our support and solidarity to everyone as we work together through this pandemic. italk Studios is open and operational during these strange times. We are fortunate in being able to produce stories remotely and distribute them via digital media. As we are uniquely positioned to help share information in this time of uncertainty, we will continue to share … Read More
We made four stories about My Health Record for the Northern Territory Primary Health Network (NTPHN), which were launched and released last week. Our Director, Christopher Brocklebank, went to Darwin for the launch and met with Dr. Tamsin Cockayne, the Executive Manager of Improvement and Integration. The stories are in English, Arrernte, Warlpiri, Pitjantjatjara, Yolngu Matha, Murrinh Patha, Kriol and … Read More