The power in Aboriginal designed programs & Research
We are partnering with Aboriginal psychologist Dr. Graham Gee and his Aboriginal Led research team at Murdoch Children's Research Institute to evaluate and explore how Wellah Together adds years to Aboriginal people's lives!
The team at Clothing The Gaps Foundation have had the pleasure working alongside Graham Gee on a number of projects and research dedicated to Aboriginal health ad wellbeing. We are excited to have the opportunity to work with Graham Gee again for Wellah Together.
The program evaluation will contribute to the development of program resources that will enable Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisations and community groups to deliver the program in their local areas.
Dr Graham Gee
Dr Graham Gee is an Aboriginal man, also with Chinese and Celtic heritage, from Darwin. His great-grandmother was originally from the Barkly Tablelands.
Dr Graham Gee is an Aboriginal man, also with Chinese and Celtic heritage, from Darwin. His great-grandmother was originally from the Barkly Tablelands. Graham is a clinical psychologist and Senior Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
Graham is a clinical psychologist and Senior Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
How does the research impact my participation in Wellah Together?
We invite all Mob registered for Wellah Together to be
part of the research and evaluation to help explore if our programs strengthens Mob’s health and wellbeing.
Your participation in the research is completely voluntary. If you don’t want to participate, that’s
completely fine and you’re still more than welcome to hang out with us in Wellah Together Online.
For those who are happy to participate, that’s great! We
hope to collect three evaluations from you over the next six months. Each time you complete an evaluation, we will provide you with a Clothing The Gaps
For more info, watch the video below!