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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

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The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has relaunched the Palliative Care Online Training portal, funded by the Australian Government. The portal provides free non-clinical interactive training to carers, community and aged care workers, students, volunteers, family members and clinicians

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Three national peak bodies representing the rights and interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples – SNAICC – National Voice for our Children, the National Family Violence Prevention Legal Services Forum (NFVPLS) and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS) – have collaborated to produce a joint policy paper

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A new practitioner resource, Understanding safeguarding practices for children with disability when engaging with organisations, is available from the Australian Institute of Family Sudies website. The resource notes that children with disability, as a group, have a nearly four times higher risk of experiencing violence than their non-disabled peers.

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A new guide developed jointly by the Australian Government and Flinders University will support mental health providers in making it easier for people with a psychosocial disability to access the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The guide provides practical advice based on providers’ own experiences.

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Hepatitis NSW has launched a new booklet for Aboriginal people, “Yarnin' About Hep C - a booklet about hep C for Aboriginal people in NSW”. It is an important initiative, given the recent improvements in hep C treatment. For example, did you know that new medications are suitable for all people with hep C, irrespective of their sub-type (genotype)?

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The ANCAP Safety app lets you compare the safety rating of your current car with that one you're looking to buy. You can store notes on potential cars, keep details on hand in the unlucky event of a crash, and stay posted on the latest ratings and vehicle safety news. The free app is available to download from both the App Store and Google Play.

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National Disability Services (NDS) has released a glossary of key terms and acronyms used in National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) transition and implementation. The glossary is available to download and complements the NDIS Glossary on the NDIS website. Providers are encouraged to review the NDIS website for resources and guidance

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WWDA Youth Network has created the Human Rights Workbook to help young women and girls with disability learn about their human rights. If you are a woman or girl with disability and would like to learn more about your human rights and how they can be used to achieve change in your life or the lives of other women and girls with disability, this Workbook is for you.