Family Resources

We have compiled below for your reference a selection of valuable web-based resources.  Should you be unable to find the information that you are looking for, don't hesitate to contact us for assistance.

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ECIA is the peak body for early childhood intervention in Australia, representing professionals and organisations that provide services for young children with disability and developmental delays and their families.

Early Childhood Australia (ECE) has been a voice for young children since 1983. They are the peak early childhood advocacy organisation, acting in the interests of young children, their families and those in the Early Childhood field.

Early Childhood Education and Care- tips for choosing the right type of care and how to help your child's development at home.

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NSW health

Fact sheets on a range of health topics- click on A to Z at the top of the page.


School A to Z aims to give parents practical help to support the learning and development of their child. The website included a range of tip sheets for parents.

reconciliation Australia
family and community services
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A range of information for parents including children's development, outings with children and craft ideas.

Information on different types of child care and how to get assistance with the cost of childcare.

The complete parenting resource for all stages from pregnancy to newborns to teens. Information includes research-based content on hundreds of topic for children and grown ups.

Kidsmatter is a mental health and wellbeing initiative for children in the Early years and primary school. Kids Matter Early Childhood works in Early childhood education and care services to support the mental health and well being of young children, their families and early childhood educators using a promotion, prevention and early intervention framework.