iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android - Australian parents and guardians can easily collect and send important information to police in an attempt to locate their children if they go missing.
Available 7 days a week on 1800 686 268. Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) counsellors are trained volunteers who provide counselling and breastfeeding information to any person seeking their help. All ABA counsellors have breastfed at least one baby for at least nine months.
HealthInsite topic page linking to a range of information on living in a family. Topics covered include adoption, babies, childhood, family nutrition, family planning and fertility, family breakdown, parenting and child health issues.
HealthInsite provides links to some of Australia's most authoritative health organisations and their websites.
The Family Relationship Advice Line 1800 050 321 is a national telephone service established to assist families affected by relationship or separation issues.
The Family Relationship Centres provide a source of information and confidential advice for families at all stages in their life. Whether you are starting a relationship, wanting to make your relationship stronger, or having relationship difficulties, the Centres can help.
Family Relationships Online provides all families (whether together or separated) with information and advice about family relationship issues. It also allows families to find out about a range of services that can assist them to manage relationship issues, including agreeing on appropriate arrangements for children after parents separate.
This guide aims to give teenagers some tips and help to understand and cope with family separation and change.
This website contains details about National Fish Stock Status Report.
iPhone, iPod touch and iPad - A guide to infant and nursery products with easy steps you can take to ensure your baby remains safe in your home. Also available as an ebook.
This computer game reassures older primary school aged children who are experiencing, or have gone through separation that it’s not their fault, they’re not alone and what they’re thinking or feeling is okay. The game helps children understand what is happening; helping them find ways to cope and letting them know where they can go for help.
People have come to Australia from all over the world, for different reasons and in different ways. The National Archives holds records about many individuals who arrived from overseas during the 20th century and some who arrived during the 19th century. They also hold records about Australians who left and returned to Australia.
Provides information for parents to assist in supporting the needs of school age children when moving schools.
Phone the Pregnancy, Birth and Baby service 1800 882 436 for support relating to pregnancy, birthing, post-natal care and parenting in the first 12 months. Service operates 24 hours a day.
Parents need to make sure they take a few extra measures to ensure their children are protected when online. Links to further information and a number of websites targeted at children of different ages that guide children through a range of Internet safety issues.
Information and links to books, publications, websites, DVDs and other resources to support families going through separation.
What exactly is The Line? And what happens when you cross it? Some things are never acceptable, like violence, rape and abuse. But in other areas, the line can be blurry. Where do you draw the line? At the end of the day, it's a personal thing. Here, you'll find a heap of stuff that will help you decide.
The Young Carers website provides contacts and support for children and young people, families and primary teachers. Their respite and information services program assists young carers to complete their education.