Being a parent
Postnatal depression, single parenting, relationship breakdowns and divorce and losing your identity can be some of the difficulties faced by parents.
Parental rights and finances
Parents have rights in regards to workplace issues, parental leave, discrimination and breastfeeding. Financial assistance and benefits are also avail...
Family and siblings
Children grow up in different structures such as nuclear families, blended families, rainbow families (same sex parents) and single parents.
If you are part of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family, there are programs available to you where you can get help and support for your ch...
Rural and remote living
Find out what eHealth support, rural health services and other support services are available to you and your family living in the country and rural a...
Your child's safety
Your child's safety is in your hands from buying cots, prams, strollers, car seat, toys and nightclothes to hot water safety and child-resistant packa...
Being a teenager and finding out you are pregnant can put enormous stress on a young woman and her family so it is important to be supportive.