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Early Childhood Education subject guide
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Beyond the nuclear family (2008) : Clickview & Kanopy
Australian Institute of Family Studies
An Australian Government's key research body in the area of family wellbeing. We conduct research to increase the understanding of Australian families and the issues that affect them.
Building relationships between parents and carers in early childhood
Harmony between the way that parents and early childhood professionals raise children is an important dimension of child care quality aimed at enhancing child wellbeing.
Early Learning is Fun (ELF), Berry Street
ELF encourages and supports parents to read, talk, sing and play with their children from birth.
Quality Area 6 – Collaborative partnerships with families and communities: ACEQA
The aim of Quality Area 6 under the National Quality Standard is to recognise that collaborative relationships with families are fundamental to achieving quality outcomes for children and that community partnerships that are based on active communication, consultation and collaboration are also essential.
Reimagine Australia’s purpose is to ensure that children with disability and/or developmental delay, and their families, have every opportunity to reach their potential in life. We do this by supporting families and practitioners, whilst reimagining communities in which we live, work and play through strategic and inclusive design.
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