Children & Family

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Family support

The ATO has shared some tips that will help you smooth out your cash flow and keep you on track to pay your April to June quarterly BAS in full and on time. 1. Set up a separate bank account for pay as you go (PAYG) withholding, employee super, and GST. 2. Avoid the temptation to use PAYG withholding, employee super or GST as cash flow. 3. Boost your cash flow knowledge by taking advantage of these free online tools: • Access the learning platform specifically designed for small business at Essentials to strengthen your small business
• Find cash flow resources at

Canterbury Bankstown Council has the Children and Families Resource Kit: click here

Liverpool Council has Liverpool Connect: click here

Fairfield Council has a directory: click here

NSW Obudsman: Information in other languages

The Energy & Water Ombudsman NSW can provide interpreters and the website can change into different languages. Click here

Latest news for migrants, refugees and visitors from Services Australia: click here

Parenting resources

Stronger seeds, Taller Trees: Taking with families about their child's development: see flyers below

Play and Learn in Arabic, English and Vietnamese

All parents/carers to be or with a baby under 12 months can access FREE Triple P Online for Baby. This is a 7-module program to help parents to be/new parents

EACH has a new webinar called ‘Finding a Playgroup’. The link to EACH’s resource page: click here Also a direct link to the youtube video: click here

Online parenting skill resources: take a look at CB City Libraries website and online eResources for Universal Class with 45 classes on Parenting skills. Click here

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Stronger Seeds, Taller Trees Turkish translations: see flyers below

Other resources

The About myGov video is now available in languages other than English. The videos are accessible on YouTube. Simply type ‘myGov Australia + enter the language required (e.g. ‘myGov Australia Arabic’).

Be Connected is an Australia wide initiative empowering all Australians to thrive in a digital world. Click here for details.