Spot on Recognising Good Practice

Communication and Health Literacy

Building a Health Literate Tasmania "Spot On!" logo

“Spot On” is an initiative of the health literacy network. It’s about finding, acknowledging and sharing what people and services are doing (big or small) to make it easier for people to find, understand and use information and services.


If you think someone has hit the spot, and would like to put them or their service in the spotlight, then let us know what you’ve spotted and we’ll let them know they’re spot on!


Send us an email on health.literacy@dhhs.tas.gov.au



Spot-on recipients


Goodwood Community House


Rachel French was spotted for the Good Neighbour Program which supports volunteers to be active in the community and links people to services.

Rachel French Goodwood Community Centre

Oral Health Services Tasmania


Oral Health Services Tasmania were spotted for developing the ‘Lift the Lip for Parents’ Poster.  It uses plain language, quality images, has a friendly layout, is fit for purpose and was co-designed with consumers.

Poster made by Oral Health

Westside Pharmacy


At Westside Pharmacy in Burnie they’re “Spot On!” for making it easier for people to understand and use their medications.

Westside Pharmacy staff with their spon on certificate