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The Code of Ethics provides a framework for reflection about the ethical responsibilities of early childhood professionals.

Child safety is an important issue. The kids safe website has current news, information sheets and resources to help keep children safe. It has information in regards to home and community, road safety, playground safety and water safety.

raising children network website has information that ranges from pregnancy through to pre-teens. Some of the information is about how to parent, separation, working and child care. Each stage has information on child development, nutrition, safety, behaviour, special needs, health, and learning .

This website has a focus of think water first, getting active and healthy recipes. There are many resources for families and for the children their are fruit and vegie games

Munch and move is another dedicated site for being healthy. Their focus is go for 2 and 5. Two fruits and five vegies. This site has resources on lunchbox ideas and buying on a budget, fact sheets for different age groups as well as information on sport and recipes.

manning support services is an organisation which has been operating for over 20 years in the Greater Taree, Gloucester, Great Lakes and Port Macquarie-Hastings local government areas. Some of the services cater to families with children, families living in crisis, elderly, men who are caring for their children by themselves. They operate mums groups, dads groups, parenting groups and aged volunteer groups. Parenting groups education and training

The National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care ensures children receive a high standard of education and care. The Framework is a national approach to the regulation and quality assessment of early childhood services and helps families in choosing the best early childhood education and care service for their child.

Families using child care – fact sheet kit. This has all the information about what assistance is available, what your responsibilities are, absences, how to choose childcare, children with additional needs

This website has information about the national quality framework. The site is for child care centres to use with resources for our licensing. It also has newsletters for families.

This is the centrelink site. It has information about eligibility for child care benefit how to claim it and how to estimate it. Great resource.

The sids and kids website has information about sudden infant death syndrome. They have information about support groups, events, resources to download, parents stories and education

Cancer council website has informed information about cancers. support for patients, families, friends, workplaces and employers. Support groups and online support, events and publications. There is also information on how to reduce the risks.

Information on before your baby arrives, storing milk, to first days of solids, feeding while working and concerns about feeding. There are plenty of information on support groups and help lines 24hrs/7days

Immunisation Australia program. It shows what the immunisation schedule is as well as all the new initiatives they are currently taking on

This has information on your child’s immunisastion history and you able to request a statement from here.

Asthma Australia has al the information you need if you are living with or caring for someone with asthma.

Awareness of allergy in the Australian community with current information, education, advocacy, research, guidance and support. This has information on allergy or anaphylaxis and how to manage these.

Family and community services offers services for ageing, disability and home care, community services, children’s services, community housing, abuse and neglect, fostering and adoption, home care and respite care

My child has an abundance of information for families on education, health and wellbeing and support for families and carers, Programs for Indigenous Families

Early childhood Australia has code of ethics, journals, magazines, newsletters and many other publications. They are there to support best practice and to be a voice for young children