Ngangkari Resources

Ngangkari Resources

Animation: Man Not Thinking Clearly

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

Animation: Man Not Thinking Clearly This animation is the story of a man who is not thinking clearly: he can’t control his anger and is always looking for a fight. One day, when things get really bad, his family step in and with the help of police they take him to the health clinic. With the help of medication from the clinic, support from his cousin and other family members, the man finds a way to feel happier and stronger again. Highlighting words for feelings, this animations is available in two languages and can be found at the following links: Wati Kulintja Kuratjara...

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Animation: Woman Feeling Scared

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

Animation: Woman Feeling Scared This animation is the story of a woman who was feeling very frightened one night. She stayed up all night, couldn’t sleep, and started seeing things and hearing voices in her head. She awoke the next morning feeling very weak and tired. Her family, worried for her, took her to the health clinic for help. With the help of medicine from the clinic, the pastor, the traditional healer, as well as love and support from her family, the woman found a way to get better. Now she can sleep peacefully at night. Highlighting words for feelings, this animation is available...

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Animation: Young Woman Upset and Bad Tempered

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

Animation: Young Woman Upset and Bad Tempered This animation is the story of a young woman who was angry and sulking because someone was teasing her. She found ways to take out her anger. Her family were worried about her and eventually found a way to calm her down by taking her on a trip out bush. Her family and friends found ways to show they cared and loved her. She forgave that other person that had been teasing her. She found a way to return to being calm and peaceful. Highlighting words for feelings, this animation is available in two languages and can be found at the following links:...

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Compendium of words for talking about mental health

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

Compendium of words for talking about mental health Our word list has many different words to describe people’s mental and emotional states as well as their behaviour. Words are written in Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjara and Ngaanyatjarra with a brief description of the meaning in English. These words, collected from Uti Kulintjaku workshops since 2012, is available for download here.  

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Uti Kulintjaku emotional literacy magnets

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

Uti Kulintjaku emotional literacy magnets This set of magnets features key words – in Pitjantjatjara and English – to describe your emotional and mental state. The Uti Kulintjaku team is trying to find ways to help people find the right words to express different feelings. We believe that if people can find the words to express their feelings, then they are better equipped to ask for the help they need. This set of 48 magnets is available for sale at our online...

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Iti Nguru Pulkaringkunytja (child development) poster

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

Iti Nguru Pulkaringkunytja (child development) poster A graphic poster mapping out stages of child development has been produced in Ngaanyatjarra and Pitjantjatjara. Drawing on their rich cultural knowledge, the process of making the poster allowed senior Indigenous women and traditional healers to share their cultural practices for growing up strong, healthy children. This A2 poster is available for purchase at our online...

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