We all need help sometimes. If you’re worried about your child’s emotions or behaviour, there are things that can help. We help you find the support you need to navigate life’s challenges and keep your family thriving.
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We partnered with raisingchildren.net.au to answer lots of your parenting questions.

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Learn about the kinds of professionals who can support your family. And get connected with them.

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Frequently asked questions

The eHub is for parents and caregivers of children from birth to 12 years old. It has lots of information and local services to help with parenting and child health and wellbeing issues. It's a digital ‘one stop shop’ where you can find all the help and support you need in one place.

It’s normal to be unsure about how to tackle the challenges that pop up for your family. The eHub is here to help. Our eHub can help you find a pathway to the information and services you need.

No. This website can’t diagnose a condition. The website can connect you with helpful tips and services. The eHub also helps to link you with local professional support. Health professionals such as doctors and psychologists can talk with you about diagnosing a condition.

We welcome any feedback on the eHub. Please email us at: hello@childandfamilyehub.org.au.

You’re welcome to share the eHub with your friends and family. Individuals who have a child aged 0–12 years and are living in Wyndham Vale (VIC), Marrickville (NSW) or Fairfield (NSW) are able to take part in the evaluation.

The eHub has many ways for you to find trustworthy information and care. We work with raisingchildren.net.au to bring you parenting tips by experts. They know a lot about child health and development, parenting and mental health. You can get advice direct from health professionals. Or you can find and talk to others who have gone through similar things. The eHub only works with partners who want to give families the best care and information.
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