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feedAustralia is a world leading nutritional promotion and preventative health initiative that provides early childhood education and care providers with a free online menu planning tool, built and trialled specifically to integrate with Federal Child Care quality regulations.

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The NSW (Multicultural Access Projects) MAP Network has developed a series of translated explanations of the Australian Aged Care system, suitable for CALD clients and families. Currently there are 16 languages available, with more to come.

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My Consumer Rights is an educational resource to address the consumer needs of newly-arrived migrants (including humanitarian entrants and refugees) by introducing them to their basic consumer rights and responsibilities when buying goods and services in Australia.

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Children in care is a new Resource Sheet from the Australian Institute of Family Studies. It is designed to inform service providers, practitioners and policy-makers about children living in out-of-home care. It provides a snapshot of the data on Australian children and young people who were in out-of-home care during 2015-16

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Older people need about twice as much light as younger people to accomplish everyday tasks comfortably and the need is even greater for people with dementia. Enlighten: Lighting for older people and people with dementia provides general insights for a broad readership, recommendations for care professionals

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OpenAIR is a global web accessibility challenge that pairs participating teams of web developers and designers with registered non-profits looking to create or improve their website. The twentieth annual OpenAIR challenge is now open for registrations.

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The Australian Network on Disability's Manager's Guide to Creating a Disability Inclusive Workplace helps managers and supervisors effectively support employees with disability throughout the entire employment cycle, from initial recruitment to leaving employment.

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The Love, Talk, Sing, Read, Play updated app is now available in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese and Nepali. It gives parents tips on how to engage with their children from birth to six years and enables parents to click on the relevant age group and read about development of their child at that stage.

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Mumspace is a new online digital resource for new mums, mums-to-be and their healthcare providers, aimed at supporting mental health and emotional wellbeing during the transition to parenthood. It features tips and skills for new parents, advice on what to do when you need extra help, and information on online treatments for depression and anxiety.

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1 in 5 Australians aged 16–49 have experienced image-based abuse. Although women aged 18-24 are more likely to be targets, IBA impacts people regardless of their age, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, education or bank balance. The Office of the eSafety Commissioner has launched a new online portal