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Practical resources to support practitioners and parents

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Hundreds of abstracts and references on research articles

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For Parents

Channel 10's The Project recently (4th January 2016) aired a special report on parenting with a disability, including comments from a Healthy Start specialist.

 

To watch the video about Dad, Ashley Odgers', experience, copy and paste the link into your browser.

Support For You

To talk with others and find out information about your rights as a parent with learning difficulties, contact one of the below advocacy organisations:

Parenting Videos from the Raising Children Network

Newborn

Newborns

Babies

Babies
Toddlers

Toddlers

Preschoolers

Preschoolers
  • Parenting videos in languages other than English (LOTE) and in Auslan are also available on the Raising Children Network.

For Parents

 

What is Healthy Start?

Healthy Start is for workers who support parents with learning difficulties. It aims to help workers share information in ways that match the learning needs and abilities of parents.

The Raising Children Network is the best place to find information about skills such as how to play with your baby or look after your child. We thought you might be interested in:

Parenting In Pictures

Parenting In Pictures

Parenting Videos

Parenting Videos

My Neighbourhood

My Neighbourhood

(Enter your suburb or postcode to see parenting resources near you)

Support For You 

Support For You


The Parenting Research Centre acknowledges and respects the diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of this country and the Elders of the past, present and future.