On Monday, the Australian Research Alliance for Youth and Children (ARACY) released their annual report on 'The Well-Being of Young Australians'. Tracking how young Australians were faring in international comparisons against 75 indicators of health and well-being, the report found that many of the indicators were heading in the wrong direction.
Largely focussed on the mental health of young Australians, the report showed increased levels of high or very high psychological distress amongst 18 to 24 year olds (15.4 per cent up from 11.8 per cent in 2011) and suicide rates amongst 15 to 25 year olds.
Reports such as this demonstrate how important it is to ensure that young people are offered the services and information that can help them develop into healthy, productive members of the community.
We believe that financial literacy can greatly improve the well-being of young people, allowing them to make healthy decisions, and giving them the resources and discipline to make the most of any opportunity.
This is our objective when providing our Survivor Life Skills programs.
Not for Profit Charitable Organisation
The Business Concierge LTD
Australian Public Company
PO Box 1020,
Menai Central NSW 2234
Phone: (02) 9532 1982
The information within the Survivor Life Skills Program, book, website and associated literature is based on research that is continuously updated. The information contained in the workbook and book, and spoken about within the presentation is for educational purposes only, it is general information and therefore you should always seek independent advice when looking at issues to do with Finance, Loans, Mobile Phone Plans and any other subject covered in this program.
To the best of our knowledge, all images used in this website are in the Public Domain or licensed under Creative Commons Attribution licenses.