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raisingchildren.net.au provides baby karaoke where you can play animated videos with the words and tunes of popular children’s songs and nursery rhymes.
Read and sing along to children’s favourites like Baa Baa Black Sheep, Rock-a-Bye Baby and Old MacDonald.
The Deadly Tots project was funded by the Aboriginal Child, Youth and Family Strategy (ACYFS) to develop resources that promote the key messages and share the latest information on children’s social, emotional and intellectual development with families and communities of Indigenous children. The resources developed by the Deadly Tots project include: The Love, Yarn, Sing, Read, Play flip chart; A Height Chart; The Love, Yarn, Sing, Read, Play song; Facebook page; and the Deadly Tots Website.
Information about having a baby, fostering or adopting a child and pregnancy and birth care.
How Is Dad Going?
Becoming a new dad is a life-changing event. Even when change is positive, it can still be challenging. Having mixed and complex emotions as an expecting or new dad is completley normal, but these can be confronting emotions to manage.
If you’re not feeling yourself, it’s important to know that you don’t have to suck it up.
Here you’ll find useful information about fatherhood and mental wellbeing.
Our commitment to supporting Australian families when and where they need us has seen our range and reach of services significantly grow, with face-to-face and virtual models of care and an extensive suite of programs to support some of the State’s most vulnerable communities.
Love Talk Sing Read Play
Welcome to Love Talk Sing Read Play, this site has been developed by parents who are health workers, for parents who want to have the latest evidence based information on children’s emotional and social development. The information is told through the stories of Jack and his friends which we hope will be interesting and offer you ideas and tips that you can relate to your children.
Changing the lives of LGBTQIA+ youth in Australia.
We’re leading change, building social inclusion and advocating for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered and surrounded by people that support them.
NSW Health: Blue Book
All parents of children born in NSW receive a free copy of My Personal Health Record (the Blue Book). The Blue Book has valuable information about a child’s health and development.
Children born outside of NSW who are living in NSW are also entitled to a free copy of the Blue Book.
If you need some help or support or just want to talk through a parenting issue, our counsellors are here for you.
Parent Line counsellors provide confidential and non-judgemental advice and support for parents, carers or professionals living in NSW, seven days a week.
Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia PANDA
PANDA – Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia – supports the mental health of parents and families during pregnancy and in their first year of parenthood.
Playgroup Australia supports and connects the playgroup community.
We are the leading voice for families with children learning through play.
Find your nearest playgroup.
Pregnancy Birth and Baby
Pregnancy, Birth and Baby is a national Australian Government service providing support and information for expecting parents and parents of children, from birth to 5 years of age.
Rainbow Families Australia
We are an active, vibrant community of volunteers and partners that create the inclusive and safe services, spaces, programs and resources Rainbow Families need to thrive. From programs helping future parents explore their family-making options through to antenatal classes, lactation support, playgroups, kids’ personal safety programs and social events, Rainbow Families fights systemic discrimination with love and affirming action.
As an equality focused organisation we also engage with policy, research and provide leadership. We know – as you do – that love is what makes a family, and that every family matters. We look forward to sharing and supporting your family’s journey.
Raising Children Network
At raisingchildren.net.au, we provide free, reliable, up-to-date and independent information to help your family grow and thrive together. We’re funded by the Australian Government, reviewed by experts and non-commercial, so you know you can trust us.
Designed for busy families and full of tips and tricks for you to try, our content is easy to find and easy to digest. We have the answers to hundreds of parenting questions, where and when you need them.
Our articles, videos and interactive resources are tailored to different ages and stages, taking you from nurturing a newborn to raising a confident, resilient teen – and helping you to look after yourself as a parent too.
raisingchildren.net.au is here for you, every step of your parenting journey.
The Aussie Hands Foundation
The Aussie Hands Foundation Inc is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation of parents, carers, associated professionals and other interested people. We provide support, understanding and encouragement to individuals with a hand difference.
The Fathering Project
At the Fathering Project we recognise that fathers and father figures, play a vital role in children’s lives. The evidence demonstrating fathers’ potential to positively influence their children’s health and mental health, social success and academic achievements is now robust, indisputable, and compelling.
As Australia’s largest Early Parenting not-for-profit organisation, Tresillian has enjoyed an outstanding reputation for providing quality evidence-based advice and support to parents for over 100 years.
Tresillian offers an array of programs to help parents experiencing challenges in the early parenting period whether this be an unsettled crying baby, sleep difficulties, feeding problems, managing multiple babies or toddler behaviour, whilst importantly focusing on the emotional wellbeing of the family as a whole.
Triple P positive Positive Parenting Program
Doing the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is like a map for your parenting journey. It gives you more understanding and builds on the skills and knowledge you already have, with simple tips and techniques you can try out and adapt however you like.