The Parenting Centre operates within the Child Health and Parenting Service. The Centre offers more intensive support and education to families experiencing parenting issues such as post natal depression, breastfeeding and relationship concerns which relate to early childhood.
Good Beginnings Australia and Save the Children Australia are joining forces to create one of Australia’s largest and most respected agencies working to improve the lives of thousands of children in disadvantaged communities.
The Department of Education (DoE) is responsible for providing educational services to students from birth. There is no defined age limit because we believe in and are responsible for educational services that enable all Tasmanians to learn, regardless of their age, their background or where they live.
These fact sheets contain information on communicable diseases. The Department of Health and Human Services – Tasmania provides extensive information on a range of health matters pertaining to both children and adults.
Kidsafe was established to focus the attention of policy makers and the community at large on the need for improved child safety measures. Kidsafe operates in cooperation with a variety of stakeholders including government, industry, schools, hospitals, the media, community groups, voluntary organisations and individuals.
The Department of Education and Training is responsible for national policies and programs that help Australians access quality and affordable early child care and childhood education, school education, higher education, vocational education and training, international education and research.
The mychild.gov.au website is Australia’s online child care portal. On this website you will find information on different types of child care and how to get assistance with the cost of child care. You can also search a database to find child care centres in your local area. In many cases, you will also be able to find the services’ vacancy and fee information.
Early Childhood Australia (ECA) has been a voice for young children since 1938. We are the peak early childhood advocacy organisation, acting in the interests of young children, their families and those in the early childhood field. ECA advocates to ensure quality, social justice and equity in all issues relating to the education and care of children aged birth to eight years.