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Your feelings about your child's disability

Learn more about how to talk with others about your child’s disability, dealing with your feelings, educating others, and early intervention and next steps.

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Support for parents

The support you need can be just a phone call away. Find out how and who you can speak to for advice and support as a new parent.

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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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Early childhood intervention

Early childhood intervention supports the needs and development of children with disabilities, through intensive, tailored and high-quality therapy. Find out more.

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Parenting support in Australia | Raising Children Network

Every parent needs support. This video explains where to get parenting support and help with issues like baby sleep and settling in the early days.

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NDIS pathways to early intervention | Raising Children Network

In this video about the NDIS, parents describe pathways to NDIS support. The aim is to get young children into early intervention as quickly as possible.

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Early Childhood Intervention | Cerebral Palsy Alliance

Cerebral Palsy Alliance is a non-profit that provides services to thousands of people with a disability and their families. Cerebral palsy (CP) is a physical disability that affects the way that a person moves.

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Therapies for preschoolers | Autism Awareness Australia

All of our kids deserve a loving and welcoming educational setting, as do their parents

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Support for new parents | NT.GOV.AU

Support groups, useful websites, health services for new parents and general information for mothers-to-be

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Men: planning a family support network | Raising Children Network

Late pregnancy is a time when men can plan a family support network to help them and their families after baby arrives. Our Dads Guide has tips and ideas.

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