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Working with aborigines in remote areas

Simon Forrest

Working with aborigines in remote areas

by Simon Forrest

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Published by Western Australian College of Advanced Education in Perth .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Cross-cultural orientation -- Australia.,
    • Intercultural communication -- Australia.,
    • Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementSimon Forrest, John Sherwood.
      ContributionsSherwood, John.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN666 .F67 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination87 p. :
      Number of Pages87
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1593179M
      LC Control Number91124316

      According to the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey, 40% of Aboriginal people in non-remote (32%) and remote areas (58%) reported that their homes were structurally unsound (e.g. rising damp or major cracks). 7% needed to be completely replaced. Choice of lifestyle. Working with Aboriginal people and communities provides important information to improve our knowledge and understanding of the diverse cultural dynamics that exist within Aboriginal families and communities. It suggests some engagement and communication strategies that will improve the way we work with and relate to Aboriginal people.

      There is so much mystery surrounding the Australian Aborigines and white Australians seem to want to keep it that way, to sweep these people under the rug. This book doesn't reveal all but provides a window into the rich and ancient Aborigine culture. Best of all, the window is Cited by: 8. Remote Community Social Worker jobs now available. Social Worker, Community Care Worker, Case Worker and more on Ability to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities respecting The opportunity to work across a wide variety of work settings in regional, rural and remote areas. 30+ days ago.

        Julie Earle-Levine travel article on visit to Titjikala Aboriginal community, 75 miles south of Alice Springs in remote Australian outback, and stay at indigenous resort of Gunya Titjikala; photos. Working with Indigenous Australians Website. The laws. The Aboriginal peoples of Australia had a complex system of law long before the establishment of British law in Australia, their system of law is often referred to as “traditional law”, and on this web site it is also referred to as "the lore", however “rules of law and norms of politically appropriate behaviour were probably not.


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If you have received an appointment to work with Aborigines in remote areas of Western Australia, you may obtain a free copy of this Handbook by contacting your employer, who has access to copies from the Intercultural Studies Centre at Mount LawleyCited by: 4.

Get this from a library. Working with Aborigines in remote areas. [John De Hoog; John Sherwood; Rick Martin; Mount Lawley College of Advanced Education.] -- Useful practical introduction to Aboriginal culture, designed to help workers in Aboriginal communities overcome problems due to cultural differences; looks at Aboriginal world view in such areas as.

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It aims to provide an introduction to working with and living in remote Aboriginal communities and to the cultural issues you will need to be aware of in providing health services. Critical issues such as the role of the Aboriginal Health Practitioner and working among kinship networks are discussed in order to help.

Non-Indigenous healthcare workers beginning work in remote Indigenous communities enter 'cross-cultural contexts involving many cultural complexities' (p89) 17, working among people from a culture which is markedly different to their 'white' culture, who speak a different language, and have different customs, values, beliefs, rituals and practices.

They are also likely to have different ideas about health Cited by: Working with aborigines in remote areas book Australia Strategies Governments are working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to address the disproportionate disadvantage in remote Australia by investing in tailored, local solutions that address community needs.

To make this happen, governments and communities are working together to. Rural and remote populations Around 7 million people—about 29% of the population—live in rural and remote areas (ABS e).

These Australians face unique challenges due to their geographic isolation, and they often have poorer health and welfare outcomes than people living in major cities.

Drawing upon the existing strengths and features of rural and remote communities, along with engaging in the ‘proper way’ with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are key components of the NDIA Rural and Remote Strategy (PDF 1MB). The strategy focuses on enabling quality engagement, service delivery and leadership to ensure the successful delivery of the NDIS in.

The features that distinguish remote and rural practice often become more prominent the more remote you become. The environment is different, as are the health issues encountered.

The population is small, dispersed and in some places highly mobile, with significant variations in the health team and services accessible to the community. The most commonly attended cultural activities among Aborigines in remote areas were funerals, or sorry business, and sporting events, while those living the regional areas and cities were more likely to attend NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee) Week celebrations.

The remoteness of local areas is then assessed and classified by the ARIA categories: major cities, inner regional, outer regional, remote and very remote. ASGC-RA was last revised in Modified Monash Model Areas (MMM) is a custom remoteness classification developed by the Department of Health.

90% of Aboriginal people live in areas covering 25% of Australia, while 90% of non-Aboriginal people live in the most densely populated % of the continent. (Compare this to who owns how much of the land!) Aboriginal population numbers are expected to expand more rapidly in urban areas (% a year) than in remote areas (1% a year).

Details Published: Tuesday, 07 July Bishop Christopher Saunders on aborigines in remote areas. Outdated attitudes to Aboriginal "lifestyle choices" are an indictment on the government's understanding of the issues facing our First people.

Where communities were situated in particularly remote areas, transport could extend to the use of small planes to ferry people to and from appointments. • Providing flexible appointments was another way in which some services sought to make health care more available including walkin services [ 44, 54 ] and less structured approach to appointments [ 8 ].Cited by:   The remote Aborigines.

Download ( MB) Statistics; Export Reference to BibTeX easily; and the power vested in officials and missionaries to control Aborigines. Professor Rowley argues that, in the remote areas, policy and practice of government must be altered fundamentally, otherwise the last remnants of the tribes will be reduced to Cited by: Working as a remote dietitian with the Child Nutrition Program team based in Alice Springs has given me an incredible opportunity.

I’m using what I’ve learnt from my degree to develop scientific measures for the determinants of growth faltering in children under five years in remote aboriginal communities. The graphic below illustrates the significant differences in the demographic composition of the Australian population.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population shows a young population with approximately 42 percent under working age and less than 50 percent of working age (aged ) compared with an older profile in the non-Indigenous population with approximately 26 percent.

Book [text, still image this book is designed for both non-Indigenous and Indigenous nurses, who will work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients. The book includes chapters on the history of health service provision for Australian Indigenous people, gender, midwifery, community-controlled health services, remote area nursing.

full article: Context. Practising as an occupational therapist in very remote communities is a unique experience. A Churchill Fellowship allowed the author to visit therapists working in remote regions of the Canadian Arctic (Kivalliq and Qikitani regions of Nunavut) and Navajo reservations in Arizona to compare remote practice with that of the Top End of the Northern Territory in by: 1.

Remote Aboriginal Community jobs. Sort by: relevance - date. Remote Area Nurse. Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC) Alice Springs NT • Remote work available.

$, a year. Congress offers opportunities in remote nursing, complete with transition to primary and remote support.The Context. Housing shortage and household overcrowding occurs in communities across remote Indigenous Australia.

Whilst current investments, through the Strategic Indigenous Housing and Infrastructure Program in the Northern Territory (SIHIP) and the National Partnership on Remote Indigenous Housing are significant, new housing construction is, at this stage, limited to larger .A special part of teaching in remote schools is the chance to work closely with local Aboriginal assistant teachers in the classroom.

Many teachers say this is an enriching opportunity that helps build strong team-teaching skills that they can use throughout their career.