Further information

Australian Psychological SocietyParent guide and fact sheets to helping children to deal with conflict, aggression, and bullying.

Better Health ChannelThe Better Health Channel (BHC) provides health and medical information that is quality assured, reliable, up-to-date, easy to understand, regularly reviewed and locally relevant. BHC does not have any advertising or sponsorship and is fully funded by the State Government of Victoria (Australia).

Bullying No Way
Bullying. No Way! is created by Australia's educational communities. Resources and information for parents, teachers and students.

Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH)Parent fact sheets on childcare and children's health.CCCH conducts research into the many conditions and common problems faced by children, such as obesity, language and literacy delay, and behavioural concerns.

Child and Family Centres ACTChild and Family Centres are a division of the Office for Children, Youth and Family Support, within the Community Services Directorate. The centres are staffed by professionals, including social workers, psychologists, and maternal and child health nurses, and are designed to provide a range of support programs to assist parents and young children (pre-birth to 12 years). Contact your local centre for more information.

  • Gungahlin - 6207 0120
  • Tuggeranong - 6207 8228
  • West Belconnen - 6205 2904

Child and Youth HealthA resource for parents and caregivers on everything related to the health and development of children from the State Government of South Australia.

Parenting Ideas
Parenting information, video clips for parents, grandparents and teachers. Michael Grose knows about bringing out the best in kids. He is the author of 8 parenting books, including his new release Thriving! and the best-selling, Why First Borns Rule the World and Last Borns Want to Change it.

Raising Children Network
Your online guide to raising children from newborn to teen years in Australia. You’ll find all the basics on behaviour, nutrition, safety, health and daily care in this easy-to-use website. There’s tailored information for parents from all walks of life, plus some great tips on managing family resources.

Triple P - Positive Parenting Program
A parenting group that aims to strengthen relationships between dads, mums and their children. Learn and practice positive behaviour management strategies. Group Triple P employs an active skills training process to help parents acquire new knowledge and skills. The program consists of group sessions providing opportunities for parents to learn through observation, discussion, practice and feedback.
When: Contact Child and Family Centres ACT for information
Who: Parents of young children
Contact: 6207 0120 (Gunghlin), 6207 8228 (Tuggeranong), 6205 2904 (West Belconnen)