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Cultural differences when raising children

Get some tips on how to deal with different parenting attitudes and styles.

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Developing family relationships over distance

Building family relationships over distance can be a challenge. Get some tips on how to involve family in your child's life.

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Raising bilingual children

Being able to speak multiple languages has many benefits for children and is something that they pick up very well.

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Raising a child when your family is overseas

Find the support and advice you need to help you raise your child if your family is living overseas.

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Support for migrants to Australia

If you are new to Australia, find out how the government and community organisations can support you.

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Multicultural resources and links | Raising Children Network

Links to resources, services and support organisations for multicultural and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.

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Pregnancy care for CALD communities | Raising Children Network

This video has information for CALD communities on types of pregnancy care in Australia and getting pregnancy information in languages other than English.

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Engaging with families and children - Emerging Minds

Engaging with families and children Emerging Minds, Australia, 2018 Related to Child and family Contents: Partnerships Contacting children and families Children and young people Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds Socially and economically diverse backgrounds Remuneration Engagement Relationship building Orientation Organising meetings or focus groups Support Video footage Partnerships Before identifying and contacting people to partner with, know what your goal and purpose is and have ways of communicating them clearly

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Risk factors for Perinatal Anxiety - Gidget Foundation

Risk Factors Perinatal depression and anxiety can strike anyone: first-time parents, experienced parents, older parents, younger parents, and parents from all socioeconomic backgrounds and cultures

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Women's Health Queensland

Health Talk presentations are offered in the greater Brisbane metropolitan area, during normal business hours, Tuesday-Friday. Rural and remote Queenslanders are offered health education via videoconferencing and videostreaming.

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