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Disability and parenting support

Disability and parenting support is available such as government support, information services, non-profit, charity and parent support groups and carers networks.

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Disability services & support | Raising Children Network

Need help with child disability services? Here are articles and videos about services and support, working with professionals, and early interventions.

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Health and Disability Services Complaints Office - Complaints about Disability Services

Complaints about Disability Services

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Get involved with CPA research | Cerebral Palsy Alliance

We rely on donations from individuals, corporate and community supporters to provide our vital disability services.

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Child disability services & support: video | Raising Children Network

In this video, parents and child disability experts talk about disability services for children, funding, service providers, respite care and counselling.

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Autism & disability services for children | Raising Children Network

Disability services can be confusing. Our guide to services for children with disability, autism and other additional needs helps you navigate the system.

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Carers SA - Caring for Someone with a Disability

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Working with disability professionals | Raising Children Network

If you have good partnerships with disability professionals and disability services, you can help your child with disability get the best possible support.

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ASD & child disability service providers | Raising Children Network

If your child has disability, autism or other needs you’ll work with disability service providers. Here’s how to choose the right providers for your child.

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Disability professionals: first meetings | Raising Children Network

This guide explains what to expect in first meetings with child disability professionals and disability service providers. It has a checklist for meetings.

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