Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service – Birdie’s Tree
Natural disasters like storms, cyclones, floods, fires, or a virus can be very frightening and upsetting for young children. Playing a game or reading a story can help a young child work through the scary experience and “big” feelings. There’s information for parents and carers too. Come and meet Birdie and Mr Frog!
Queensland Government – Early Childhood Education and Care
Learn about the early childhood sector and the role of the Early Childhood Education and Care division, and their network of early childhood offices. You will also find a collection of news, updates, publications and research.
Early Childhood Australia
As the national peak body for early childhood, ECA is a regular, and trusted, contributor to the public policy debate on all matters affecting young children (birth to eight years) and their families.
The national non-government peak body representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families.
Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association
The Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association provides support, advice and advocacy for parents in isolated communities. It is a voluntary national parent body dedicated to ensuring that all geographically isolated students have equality with their non-isolated peers, of access to an appropriate education.
Inclusion Support Queensland
Inclusion Professionals will support educators to learn more about what inclusion is, access program supports and cultural diversity.