Brighter Beginnings Parent and Carer Information Hub

The new Brighter Beginnings Parent and Carer Information Hub provides access to services and resources to support families during the first 5 years of a child’s life, from pregnancy through to the start of primary school.

The Hub outlines the services, payments and rebates offered by government departments, and the support available from non-profit organisations.

There are also resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, and links to support for children, parents and carers with disability.

Get help writing your Will at a nearby pop-up location
Having an expertly prepared Will ensures that your loved ones will be looked after according to your wishes.

Finding somewhere local to make or update your Will is now much easier with NSW Trustee and Guardian setting up short-term, pop-up Will writing locations all over NSW.

Use the search tool to see when a pop-up location is open near you and to book your in-person appointment.

Because 1 in 5 live with disabilityThe next time you’re in one of our service centres, look for our team members wearing a Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Supporter pin. It shows they’re trained to give extra time, support and understanding to customers living with disability.

The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower is an icon recognised internationally. It allows people to discreetly tell you that they have disability or a condition that isn’t immediately obvious.
Get away to Wombeyan CavesIf you’re looking for something different to do these school holidays, visit Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve.

Newly upgraded and re-opened, it’s home to some of NSW’s most spectacular caves, and now features a unique wheelchair-accessible viewing platform to take in the amazing views inside Victoria Arch. 

Located southwest of Sydney and halfway to Canberra, you can:  take guided and self-guided cave tours camp or stay in cosy cabins picnic with the kangaroos visit neighbouring villages. 
Road safety never takes a holidayHoliday traffic jams are almost impossible to avoid, but there are things you can do to reduce your chances of being in a car crash. Here are the top 3 tips: stay under the speed limit and further reduce your speed at night, early morning and in wet weather conditions keep a 3-second gap from the car in front when you feel tired, take a break or swap drivers. 
Free healthy lifestyle program for kids aged 7 to 13   Go4Fun is for families looking for support with healthy eating, getting active and overall wellbeing

Children find it easier to learn healthy habits when they learn them with their family.

Over 10 weeks, children and their grown-ups do online learning sessions about balanced eating, physical activity and living a healthy life. They get expert support and follow-up from a Go4Fun health coach too. Term 2 applications close 3 May 2024.
Help design the path we take to Net Zero emissionsWe’re in the process of writing the Net Zero Roadmap 2024-2030 for NSW Health.

This will be our 6-year plan for how our healthcare system will operate sustainably, reduce its carbon footprint, and contribute to achieving the government’s target of net zero emissions by 2050.

The plan will affect everyone in NSW, so it’s important we know your views and ideas so we can factor them in.
Staying safe online
Tips for customers  Know where you’ll be taken before you click Shortened web addresses in emails are common because they’re convenient and easy to read. But it’s still wise to hover over them first, to expand each link to see the full website address. Seeing a link’s address in full can help you decide if it’s safe to click.  13 77 88


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