Well before co-design was part of her vocabulary, 11-year-old Zali Fisher presented the Wellbeing Wifi to her mother, Bronwen, Founder and CEO of Roses in the Ocean.

‘Mum, I think you could use this for Roses in the Ocean,’ suggested Zali. ‘Everyone knows they want full bars on their Wifi, and we need full bars for our wellbeing too!’

The Wellbeing Wifi was further developed by Roses in the Ocean, based on the Wheel of Wellbeing and endorsed by the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP).

The Wellbeing Wifi is designed to prompt conversation and highlight areas of self-care that you can adopt in order to improve your personal wellbeing.

If you, or someone you know, are in need of crisis care or counselling, please contact your local service providers.