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eHealth support for rural families

Here is a trusted listing of health support resources available online, via video or by the telephone for children and families living in the country areas.

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Visiting the GP with kids during COVID-19

Keeping up with routine trips to the doctor has been a concern for parents during COVID-19.

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Start Talking Telehealth

National Telehealth Program for Families Experiencing Perinatal Depression and Anxiety Gidget Foundation Australia’s Start Talking program provides free specialist perinatal telehealth psychological counselling services for expectant and new parents nationwide

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Telehealth: children & teens | Raising Children Network

Telehealth is when you have health appointments by phone or video. Telehealth has many benefits for families. It’s secure and protects privacy.

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Telehealth: children with additional needs | Raising Children Network

Telehealth can be great for therapy for children with disability, autism and additional needs. You can get telehealth therapy through your child’s NDIS plan.

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Telehealth by RFDSWA | Royal Flying Doctor Service

our telehealth services span across the 2.5million kilometres of Western Australia

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Flying Doctor telehealth | Royal Flying Doctor Service

The Royal Flying Doctor Service provides thousands of people in the bush with telehealth services for primary health service provision.

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Telehealth appointments: making them work | Raising Children Network

Telehealth appointments work well when you’re prepared. Check technology. Make sure documents, photos and videos are ready. Tell children what to expect.

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Telehealth therapy tips: children & teens | Raising Children Network Telehealth therapy tips for children and teenagers with disability, autism and additional needs: making the most of it | Raising Children Network

Telehealth therapy for children and teens with disability, autism and additional needs goes well when you’re prepared and your child knows what to expect.

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COVID-19 Support

COVID-19 SUPPORT FOR EXPECTANT AND NEW PARENTS: POWERED BY OUR START TALKING TELEHEALTH SERVICE The experience of perinatal depression and anxiety is even tougher during these uncertain global times

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