Speak with one of our Peer Navigators for information, guidance and support, connect with other families just like yours and find the services and supports your child needs in your local area.
Seeking a diagnosis
The process, public versus the private system, help while waiting and what to do when there’s no diagnosis.
Early childhood intervention, applying for access, developing a Plan, managing funding and disputes.
Support for carers
Looking after you, connecting with others, peer support, low-cost counselling, parent education, events and opportunities.
Medicare rebates, Centrelink payments, allowances, supplements, concessions, health care cards and other sources of support.
Exploring options, advocating for your child, IEPs and how to get one, school refusal, planning for life after school.
Advocating for your child
Types of advocacy, the advocacy process, accessing an independent disability advocate, legal services, adding your voice to others.
Managing emotions, family relationships, peer support, social networks, coping skills, independence.
Understanding behaviour, setting up for success, recognising triggers, managing issues, additional help.
Puberty, adolescence and beyond
Turning age 14 and 16, body changes, healthy relationships, setting boundaries, sexuality, life after school.
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Kiind offers membership to primary carers of children aged from birth to 25 years, living with disability, developmental delay, autism, genetic, rare, undiagnosed and/or chronic conditions who live in Australia.
Membership is free. So join the community, access the information that you need and connect with thousands of other families travelling a similar path to yours.
Find a Kiind parent support group
Kiind’s Parent Support Groups run regularly during the school term with expert guest speakers providing help and education on topics of specific interest to group participants.
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