|Aunty Dee||By Le Va|
This is an online tool that helps you to problem solve. It's called a self-help tool because using simple steps it helps you generate ideas and find a solution to your problem.
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What does the tool do?
Aunty Dee is a free online tool that can be accessed on smartphones, tablets and desktop computers. The tool aims to help people work through a problem or problems. By encouraging users to think about, reflect and explore their problems in a structured way, users can proactively find solutions to their problems and then act. Although anyone can use the tool, it is aimed at Pasifika and Māori young people aged 14–25 years. The website also has a library of tips and tricks for some common problems such as trouble sleeping or problems with relationships, friends, health and school. For the complete description, go to the Aunty Dee website(external link) and for a detailed review, see Reviews.
✔ Easy to use.
✘ Written format may not appeal to all users. Success depends on willingness to engage with reading and writing responses.
Date of review: March 2022
Platform reviewed: Website
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Aunty Dee information sheet(external link) Le Va, NZ
Aunty Dee interactive tool – LeVa, NZ(external link)
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