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Rheumatic Heart Disease Australia

RHD Resouces

Children

Stop rheumatic heart disease

Poster: stop rheumatic heart disease. sore throat, skin sores, joint pain, fever? Go to the clinic. A poster developed by South Australia Health

What is rheumatic fever? - Arabic language

An A4 flyer describing who can get rheumatic fever and how it affects the heart, translated into Arabic language.

Boom Boom!

Written for kids, by kids from the remote Aboriginal community of Barunga, 'Boom Boom' aims to teach children how to prevent deadly rheumatic heart disease (RHD).

Childrens activity book

Heart health based activity and colouring in booklet, aimed at primary school aged children.

What is Rheumatic Fever? Indigenous version

A4 flyer explaining signs and symptoms of rheumatic fever, how you get it and how you can prevent it.

Strong Heart Strong Body booklet – Indigenous version

Strong Heart Strong Body Information about signs and symptoms of rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease and how to manage it and prevent complications

Strong Heart Strong Body booklet – Non-Indigenous/Generic

Strong Heart Strong Body Information about signs and symptoms of rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease and how to manage it and prevent complications

Sore Throat Comic – Indigenous version

Nothin’ Deadly About a Sore Throat Comic highlighting the importance of preventing and treating sore throats and skin sores to prevent ARF

Sore Throat Comic - Non-Indigenous/Generic

Nothin’ Deadly About a Sore Throat Comic highlighting the importance of preventing and treating sore throats and skin sores to prevent ARF

Heart Song - IHHP Lajamanu

Indigenous Hip Hop Projects was proud to partner with Katherine West Health Board and the Lajamanu Community NT to create this follow up deadly Music Video/ Health Resource. The key message was focused on the serious heart disease Rheumatic Fever. Every person in community has the power to make the right choice and lead a happy healthy life. Community members who have this illness need to get a jab every 28 days to keep them healthy. Respect to Lajamanu Community. We were honoured to have North Tanami Band assisting us with this creative process and recording the deadly song.

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