You can watch the DVD live online here (Listen Up FACEBOOK PAGE)
A local ear health campaign offering entertainment and giveaways was one of the attractions at the Desert Harmony Festival in Tennant Creek.
Organised by CAAMA Productions (Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association), the resource packs and live outside broadcast provided information about otitis media (OM or middle ear infection) and how to prevent ear problems.
Young attendees of the festival were excited to receive the free ‘show bags’, which included big children’s storybooks, colouring crayons and a Listen up! DVD which was produced by CAAMA Productions, Beck Cole and the Australian Government’s National Indigenous ear health campaign, Care for kids’ ears.
View information: Care for kids’ ears
In another live broadcast at the Oyster Festival in Ceduna, the CAAMA Crew spoke to health professionals who shared some important messages about how to keep kids ears healthy so they get a good start in life. Giveaways included informational booklets, children’s activity books, Listen up! DVDs, face washers and soap.
Source: Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association
Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association 101 Todd Street Alice Springs NT 0870 PO Box 2608 Alice Springs NT 0871 Ph: (08) 8951 9778 Email: email@example.com
- View information: Care for kids’ ears
- View news item: All about healthy ears at Desert Harmony Festival 2012!
- View news item: Healthy ears at Ceduna
- View contact details: Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association
NACCHO Ear and Hearing Workforce Project
For further information contact
Tricia Elarde National Coordinator 02 6246 9322
Ear and Hearing Health Workforce Project National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Secretariat
The only Link we have at the moment is a FACEBOOK link that restricts a lot of orgs accessing
we are hoing to get another link shortly
PS I think you can order the DVD from CAAMA???
Unable to open and play the DVD, any tips ?
National Coordinator – Ear and Hearing Health Workforce Project