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6: Check In: Mental Health with Frances Carlton

6: Check In: Mental Health with Frances Carlton

Brought to you by Health in Gear, the Share the Load series will reveal stories of Australian truck drivers. The stories will promote connection, discuss key industry issues and challenges, and inspire ideas from drivers, for drivers on ways to feel healthier and happier while on the road.
Today Frank chats with Frances Carleton. Frances is a counsellor and psychotherapist of six years and before that had spent some time truck driving.
Frank chats to Frances about mental health, how you can identify symptoms and seek help.
Health in Gear considers the many challenges faced by drivers and offers simple, evidence-based actions designed to support drivers. The initiative aims to get drivers thinking about how small actions can make a big difference, helping them be as well as possible while keeping the wheels turning!
For more information head to www.healthingear.com.au
Follow us on Instagram @healthingear
Sign up for our newsletter, click here.
If you or someone you know is having a tough time there is always support.
Health in Gear 1800 IN GEAR (1800 464 327) – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm AEDT.
Lifeline – Call 13 11 14 for crisis support at any time.
Lifeline Text 0477 13 11 14 – available 12 pm to midnight AEST.
Lifeline Chat – available online from 7 pm to midnight AEST.
Beyond Blue – Call 1300 224 636 any time.
Beyond Blue Web Chat – chat online from 1 pm to midnight (AEST).
Mensline Australia– Call 1300 789 978 or chat online anytime.
headspace– Call 1800 650 890 or chat online.
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline – Call 1800 250 015 anytime.
Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) Australia – Call 1300 222 222.
Rural Financial Counselling Service – Call 1800 900 090.
Lastly, a reminder that the information shared in this podcast is general advice only and does not take into account your personal situation or needs. Where appropriate, please consult a health professional first.
To get in touch with Health in Gear team email info@healthingear.com.au
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5: In Convoy: Tony ‘Tones’ Fulton

5: In Convoy: Tony ‘Tones’ Fulton

Brought to you by Health in Gear, the Share the Load series will reveal stories of Australian truck drivers. The stories will promote connection, discuss key industry issues and challenges, and inspire ideas from drivers, for drivers on ways to feel healthier and happier while on the road.
Today Frank chats with Tony ‘Tones’ Fulton! Tones has been driving a truck since he was a teenager and is currently an owner-driver. Most of you would know him from Tones Trucking Stories where he shares his experiences online.
Tones talks about the challenges he has faced keeping his health and wellbeing in check when he is out on the road.
Health in Gear considers the many challenges faced by drivers and offers simple, evidence-based actions designed to support drivers. The initiative aims to get drivers thinking about how small actions can make a big difference, helping them be as well as possible while keeping the wheels turning!
For more information head to www.healthingear.com.au
Follow us on Instagram @healthingear
Sign up for our newsletter, click here.
If you or someone you know is having a tough time there is always support.
Health in Gear 1800 IN GEAR (1800 464 327) – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm AEDT.
Lifeline – Call 13 11 14 for crisis support at any time.
Lifeline Text 0477 13 11 14 – available 12 pm to midnight AEST.
Lifeline Chat – available online from 7 pm to midnight AEST.
Beyond Blue – Call 1300 224 636 any time.
Beyond Blue Web Chat – chat online from 1 pm to midnight (AEST).
Mensline Australia– Call 1300 789 978 or chat online anytime.
headspace– Call 1800 650 890 or chat online.
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline – Call 1800 250 015 anytime.
Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) Australia – Call 1300 222 222.
Rural Financial Counselling Service – Call 1800 900 090.
Lastly, a reminder that the information shared in this podcast is general advice only and does not take into account your personal situation or needs. Where appropriate, please consult a health professional first.
To get in touch with Health in Gear team email info@healthingear.com.au
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4: In Convoy: Lyndal Denny

4: In Convoy: Lyndal Denny

Brought to you by Health in Gear, the Share the Load series will reveal stories of Australian truck drivers. The stories will promote connection, discuss key industry issues and challenges, and inspire ideas from drivers, for drivers on ways to feel healthier and happier while on the road.
Today Frank chats with Lyndal Denny, Lyndal is the force behind Women in Trucking Australia which encourages women to explore careers in the heavy vehicle sector.
Lyndal and Frank chat about the challenges she has faced keeping her health and wellbeing in check when she is out on the road.
Health in Gear considers the many challenges faced by drivers and offers simple, evidence-based actions designed to support drivers. The initiative aims to get drivers thinking about how small actions can make a big difference, helping them be as well as possible while keeping the wheels turning!
For more information head to www.healthingear.com.au
Follow us on Instagram @healthingear
Sign up for our newsletter, click here.
If you or someone you know is having a tough time there is always support.
Health in Gear 1800 IN GEAR (1800 464 327) – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm AEDT.
Lifeline – Call 13 11 14 for crisis support at any time.
Lifeline Text 0477 13 11 14 – available 12 pm to midnight AEST.
Lifeline Chat – available online from 7 pm to midnight AEST.
Beyond Blue – Call 1300 224 636 any time.
Beyond Blue Web Chat – chat online from 1 pm to midnight (AEST).
Mensline Australia– Call 1300 789 978 or chat online anytime.
headspace– Call 1800 650 890 or chat online.
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline – Call 1800 250 015 anytime.
Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) Australia – Call 1300 222 222.
Rural Financial Counselling Service – Call 1800 900 090.
Lastly, a reminder that the information shared in this podcast is general advice only and does not take into account your personal situation or needs. Where appropriate, please consult a health professional first.
To get in touch with Health in Gear team email info@healthingear.com.au
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3: Check In: Industry Findings with Jerome Carslake

3: Check In: Industry Findings with Jerome Carslake

Brought to you by Health in Gear, the Share the Load series will reveal stories of Australian truck drivers. The stories will promote connection, discuss key industry issues and challenges, and inspire ideas from drivers, for drivers on ways to feel healthier and happier while on the road.
Today Frank chats with Jerome Carslake, the Director of the National Road Safety Partnership Program at the Monash University Accident Research Centre. Jerome comes from a country background having grown up in regional Western Australia and has even done a stint as a truck driver back in the day.
Frank chats to Jerome about the issues and challenges raised through studies and research across the transport industry.
Health in Gear considers the many challenges faced by drivers and offers simple, evidence-based actions designed to support drivers. The initiative aims to get drivers thinking about how small actions can make a big difference, helping them be as well as possible while keeping the wheels turning!
For more information head to www.healthingear.com.au
Follow us on Instagram @healthingear
Sign up for our newsletter, click here.
If you or someone you know is having a tough time there is always support.
Health in Gear 1800 IN GEAR (1800 464 327) – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm AEDT.
Lifeline – Call 13 11 14 for crisis support at any time.
Lifeline Text 0477 13 11 14 – available 12 pm to midnight AEST.
Lifeline Chat – available online from 7 pm to midnight AEST.
Beyond Blue – Call 1300 224 636 any time.
Beyond Blue Web Chat – chat online from 1 pm to midnight (AEST).
Mensline Australia– Call 1300 789 978 or chat online anytime.
headspace– Call 1800 650 890 or chat online.
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline – Call 1800 250 015 anytime.
Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) Australia – Call 1300 222 222.
Rural Financial Counselling Service – Call 1800 900 090.
Lastly, a reminder that the information shared in this podcast is general advice only and does not take into account your personal situation or needs. Where appropriate, please consult a health professional first.
To get in touch with Health in Gear team email info@healthingear.com.au
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2: In Convoy: Yogi from Kendall Trucking & Co

2: In Convoy: Yogi from Kendall Trucking & Co

Brought to you by Health in Gear, the Share the Load series will reveal stories of Australian truck drivers. The stories will promote connection, discuss key industry issues and challenges, and inspire ideas from drivers, for drivers on ways to feel healthier and happier while on the road.
Today Frank chats with Glenn “Yogi” Kendall from Kendall Trucking & Co. Yogi is a third-generation, owner truck driver and is known for his time on Outback Truckers, his induction into the National Transport Insurers Faces of Transport Hall of Fame and winning the Scania Truck Driver Champion.
Frank chats to Yogi about the challenges he has faced in keeping his health and wellbeing in check, as well as exploring some of his favourite trucking stories.
Health in Gear considers the many challenges faced by drivers and offers simple, evidence-based actions designed to support drivers. The initiative aims to get drivers thinking about how small actions can make a big difference, helping them be as well as possible while keeping the wheels turning!
For more information head to www.healthingear.com.au
Follow us on Instagram @healthingear
Sign up for our newsletter, click here.
If you or someone you know is having a tough time there is always support.
Health in Gear 1800 IN GEAR (1800 464 327) – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm AEDT.
Lifeline – Call 13 11 14 for crisis support at any time.
Lifeline Text 0477 13 11 14 – available 12 pm to midnight AEST.
Lifeline Chat – available online from 7 pm to midnight AEST.
Beyond Blue – Call 1300 224 636 any time.
Beyond Blue Web Chat – chat online from 1 pm to midnight (AEST).
Mensline Australia– Call 1300 789 978 or chat online anytime.
headspace– Call 1800 650 890 or chat online.
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline – Call 1800 250 015 anytime.
Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) Australia – Call 1300 222 222.
Rural Financial Counselling Service – Call 1800 900 090.
Lastly, a reminder that the information shared in this podcast is general advice only and does not take into account your personal situation or needs. Where appropriate, please consult a health professional first.
To get in touch with Health in Gear team email info@healthingear.com.au
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1: Share The Load Trailer

1: Share The Load Trailer

Brought to you by Health in Gear, the Share the Load series will reveal stories of Australian truck drivers. The stories will promote connection, discuss key industry issues and challenges, and inspire ideas from drivers, for drivers on ways to feel healthier and happier while on the road.
Health in Gear considers the many challenges faced by drivers and offers simple, evidence-based actions designed to support drivers. The initiative aims to get drivers thinking about how small actions can make a big difference, helping them to be as well as they can be, while keeping the wheels turning!
For more information head to www.healthingear.com.au
Follow us on Instagram @healthingear
Sign up for our newsletter, click here.
If you or someone you know is having a tough time there is always support.
Health in Gear 1800 IN GEAR (1800 464 327) – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm AEDT.
Lifeline – Call 13 11 14 for crisis support at any time.
Lifeline Text 0477 13 11 14 – available 12 pm to midnight AEST.
Lifeline Chat – available online from 7 pm to midnight AEST.
Beyond Blue – Call 1300 224 636 any time.
Beyond Blue Web Chat – chat online from 1 pm to midnight (AEST).
Mensline Australia– Call 1300 789 978 or chat online anytime.
headspace– Call 1800 650 890 or chat online.
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline – Call 1800 250 015 anytime.
Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) Australia – Call 1300 222 222.
Rural Financial Counselling Service – Call 1800 900 090.
Lastly, a reminder that the information shared in this podcast is general advice only and does not take into account your personal situation or needs. Where appropriate, please consult a health professional first.
To get in touch with Health in Gear team email info@healthingear.com.au