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Has your child just finished year 12?

While there may be a great deal of celebration happening, there may also be stress about the upcoming release of the ATAR/OP.

Family Update has shared some great resources which may answer some of the questions your child has about getting into Uni.
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Meet Mfaume Kakozi, he is 18 years old and lives in the Northern Territory.

Mfaume is one of the five winners of the 2017 Youth Week Film Competition.

The winners have been invited to attend a film making workshop in Melbourne. Here, they will produce short films which will screen on SBS VICELAND and NITV during Youth Week 2017. #SBSYouthWeek #SBSAustralia

Find out more at

Mfaume Kakozi Drummer Extraordinaire

SBS Youth Week Competition Entry

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It’s always hard to lose someone, and explaining death to children and helping them come to terms with its finality is difficult.

Grieving children often need reassurance and security in order to feel safe again after the trauma of losing a loved one.

beyondblue explains how children percieve death and the ways in which they express grief behaviourally, cognitively, emotionally, physically...
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beyondblue

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12/03/2016 at 06:40. Facebook
Did you know that on a hot day the temperature inside a parked car can reach 40 degrees hotter than it is outside?

These temperatures have the capacity to kill children through rapid dehydration, heatstroke, suffocation and death.

Children should never be left alone in a car, and leaving the window down a bit is not enough to keep a car at a safe temperature.

Check out the Kidsafe Victoria...
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‘Do Not Leave Children In Cars’ Campaign - Kidsafe Victoria

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12/02/2016 at 06:12. Facebook
As we enter the silly season, we may feel the need to bring our pets in on the festivities. However, many things that are treats for humans are actually dangerous for pets, such as chocolate and fatty foods.

Take a look at these 12 dangers of Christmas for pets and make sure you keep your furry friends safe.

The 12 Dangers of Christmas for Pets - SASH Vets

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12/01/2016 at 04:53. Facebook
Today is World AIDS day - an opportunity show support to people whose lives are affected by AIDS and HIV and to take a moment to commemorate those who have died.

This is a day to raise awareness about issues surrounding AIDS and HIV in our communities and around the world.

Take a look at the World AIDS Day website to find an event near you and wear a red ribbon to support those whose lives...
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World AIDS Day Australia | World AIDS Day

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11/30/2016 at 06:50. Facebook
Parental controls are tools that assist parents to regulate the content their children can access online. There are many different tools, some that can even limit the amount of time your child spends on a particular website or game.

The Office of the Children’s E-Safety Commissioner has helpful resources which may help you decide if such tools are right for your family.

Remember, talking...
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Parental controls

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11/29/2016 at 05:40. Facebook
If your teenager is about to become a parent, you’re probably thinking about how you can help them to prepare for parenthood and how you can best support them.

Raising Children Network has some great resources that can help you understand your feelings about teenage pregnancy and becoming a grandparent, as well as info about services that may be useful for you and your child.

Your teenager is having a baby | Raising Children Network

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Have you had your say about the suggested improvements to Disability Employment Services?

There are three weeks to go until submissions close on 16 December.

Visit to read the discussion paper and provide your feedback.

engage.dss.gov.au

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Meal planning may take a little time and forward thinking but it’s actually a great way to save money. Eating on the go tends to cost more and we have much less control over what goes into the food we consume.

Stocking up with some healthy basic ingredients at the start of the week may be the best way to avoid reaching for sugary, fatty, salty food when the hunger hits.

These healthy...
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Tips for a healthy lunch!

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As the weather gets warmer we naturally want to spend more time outdoors - and what’s nicer than a family BBQ?

However, barbecues need to be kept, used and maintained properly and regularly checked. If not, they can pose a risk.

Check out these tips from CHOICE on maintaining your BBQ, and keeping, refilling and disposing of the gas cyclinder. There’s even a handy list of dos and don’ts.

BBQ gas bottle safety, maintenance, storage & tips

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The cycle of violence starts with disrespect, our excuses allow it to grow.

This International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we can all play a part.

Start a conversation about respect with boys and girls today. #stopitatthestart #respect #WhiteRibbonDay
Did you know that criminals can use personal information from your social media profiles to commit fraud?

Take a look at this video from the Australian Taxation Office and make sure you and your family stay safe online.
The festive season can put pressure on the hip pocket, and if you have little ones it can be hard to know how to spend the time without spending a fortune.

This article from Essential Kids is just one Sydney parent's list of low cost holiday activities - and you'll note there are activities on the list that don’t involve the beach or Sydney landmarks!

Some of which include – planting herbs...
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21 things to do in the school holidays - on a budget!

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Want to team up with SBS to make a short film for TV about your unique identity?

Applications are now open til Sunday 27 November #SBSYouthWeek
What important lessons have you taught your sons and daughters? #stopitatthestart #respect

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Did you know that on average we should be aiming for at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per day?

Some people love exercise and feel the need to do it every day, while others cannot stand it. However, the health benefits of doing exercise are undeniable.

Healthdirect Australia has some great info which lays out the many different options for people who are finding it...
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Fitness and exercise | healthdirect

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As the weather heats up and we start to spend more time outdoors, it’s a good time to think about protecting ourselves from the sun.

It is critical that parents take steps to protect their children from the sun’s UV radiation which can cause skin cancer later in life.

Using SPF30 (or higher) broad spectrum, water resistant sunscreen, wearing protective clothing, a hat and sunnies as well as...
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Free SunSmart app - SunSmart

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Do you have children who are planning a trip for schoolies?

Family Update has shared helpful information for parents of young people who are planning a local or international trip to celebrate the end of school.

Take a look and see what information you and your child need to know before their trip.
The most recent CSIRO Healthy diet score report indicates that Australians aren’t doing great when it comes to eating a healthy, balanced diet

A key recommendation from the report was that we need to “halve the bad and double the good”, meaning we should halve our intake of discretionary (junk food) and double our vegetable intake.
This is all well and good– but how do we actually go about...
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How To Eat More Vegetables (Even If You Hate Them)

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