Parents - Useful links

These sites provide useful information on a range of topics for families to support their children at home and at school. 

Raising Children Network

The Raising Children Network is a federal government funded website that provides information and tools for families raising children in Australia. Information is reviewed and researched before being added to the site.

Parenting SA

Parenting SA is a South Australian website which draws on the expertise of health and education professionals to provide information, advice and learning opportunities to support families in their parenting.


The federal government's eSafety website has a range of resources for children and their families. The iParent section is a great resource for information and support for keeping children safe online.

The Cyber Safety Lady

The Cyber Safety Lady is a Sydney based education consultant who runs talks in school about online safety for children and adults. Her blog provides fantastic safety information for families about the safety and security of apps and websites that children may be using.

Code9 Parent

Code9 Parent provides information about social media use for parents to support their children. The site has a number of courses for parents in a variety of social media or gaming apps and how to use parental controls.

Health Direct

Provide health information nationally. You can call health direct for advice regarding specific health issues.

SA Health

SA Health is the best place to find updates and advice for health services in South Australia.

CAMHS - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service

Based in the Women's and Children's Hospital, this service supports children and families with a range of mental health services.

SA Dental Service

Pre school children and most children under the age of 18 can access free dental check ups through the SA Dental service. This link allows you to book an appointment for your closest service.


Parenting SA is a partnership between the Department for Education and CaFHS. They provide advice and parenting guides to support families.