Wellbeing Superspreader: “The Super Coach”

Filed in Just In by January 19, 2021

DANNIELLE Brown needs no introduction because she is everywhere in the sporting community, the ‘Super Coach’ has been announced as the second Wellbeing Superspreader in Scone to be unleashed on February 1.

Dannielle is one of nine handpicked Sconeites who will be helping the Where There’s A Will Foundation (WTAW) spread positive wellbeing in the community and create herd immunity against mental ill health.

The Scone Community is being asked to monitor Dannielle for symptoms like: greater happiness, improved physical fitness, better relationships & greater job satisfaction.

Brown is a driving force behind the thriving Scone junior basketball scene and is also a coach for netball.

She supports children at touch football and you will even see her on canteen duty at local Rugby League games.

In between all her sporting commitments she somehow manages to fit in a day job for the Upper Hunter Shire Council (UHSC), where she is a records officer.

Brown works alongside her husband Andrew, who is the UHSC Water and Waste Distribution Engineer.

Their children, Tyla and Toby both attend St Joseph’s Aberdeen, and their son Lewis will be at Scone Public this year.

Wellbeing Superpsreaders will be working closely with a certified Wellbeing Coach and will be readily available to anyone in the community who may be struggling with mental health or who want to know more about positive wellbeing mechanisms.

The pilot project is funded by the Hunter New England Primary Health Network and if Scone proves successful, WTAW hopes the outbreak will spread to other towns across the Upper Hunter and beyond, with a goal of achieving widespread wellbeing and good mental health.  

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