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This new marketing toolkit by Community Early Learning Australia (CELA) will help you understand key elements of marketing and how to create a practical and effective annual marketing plan, appropriate to the business of early childhood education and care. Including information on traditional marketing, digital marketing,

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The Deaf Society has launched a brand new service: HearSpace. It’s a site for people who are hard of hearing and those close to them. HearSpace is a place that connects people with services, resources and information to empower them to lead a better quality of life with hearing loss.

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The newly refreshed Family Relationships Online website, launched by the Australian Government, supports families when relationships become challenging. It offers access to a range of services and resources, as well as information to help families understand how to resolve disputes without going to a family law court.

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The Raising Children Network have published 20 new videos on play. Get easy and inspiring tips for getting play started, sparking children’s imaginations, playing outdoors, finding low-cost play ideas around your home, giving your child freedom to play, and much more. Check out our play videos and find out why play is like ‘fireworks for the brain’.

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A new publication by HammondCare, 'My home, my life: Practical ideas for people with dementia and carers' brings together the voice of people with dementia and carers with the best learning from research and care experience to provide insightful tips, strategies and real-life stories to support greater independence.

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A team of researchers have worked with industry and consumer partners to develop the ‘Policy Guidelines Document’ and a range of other resources to assist in supported decision-making in the context of dementia. This project has been undertaken by a multidisciplinary group of investigators, including consumer representatives,

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The 'Caring for your mob at the end of their life' brochure has been developed by the Australian Government Department of Health. This brochure can help start the conversation about death and dying between health care providers and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients while respecting their culture.

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Settlement Services International (SSI) is encouraging service providers and community workers to use SSI’s online package of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) disability data. SSI has collated the largest ever collection of quantitative and statistical data about disability and ethnicity across NSW.

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Researchers from the University of Sydney, Western Sydney University, HammondCare and Flinders University, in partnership with Unisson Disability and CareSearch have developed the "Talking End of Life…with people with intellectual disability" (TEL) toolkit, to support staff and carers to deliver end-of-life information to adults with intellectual disability,

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National and International experts, led by the University of Melbourne, have developed new physical activity guidelines for older people with subjective cognitive decline (SCD) or mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Both SCD and MCI are health conditions in which older people experience changes in memory or in other aspects of thinking.