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Plunket is the largest provider of Well Child services in New Zealand. The website contains information covering many common parenting concerns related to the early years and contact details for regional services.
KidsHealth is a parent information service developed jointly by The Paediatric Society of New Zealand and Starship Foundation. It has fact sheets providing information on many topics covering both keeping children healthy and many childhood illnesses.
IMAC is based on the National Network of Immunisation Co-ordinators and others involved in the delivery of immunisation services. The centre provides information, education and support to health professionals and the public about immunisation.
The Ministry of Social Development Strategies with Kids Information for Parents has many resources including general parenting guidance such as six principles discipline checklist, staying calm, using time out effectively, temperament.
Raising Children Network is a comprehensive Australian parenting website which has useful information divided by age group on many well child topics including child development, communication and behaviour, child health and safety, nutrition, play, and sleep. It includes video clips.
The Ministry of Health Website http://www.health.govt.nz/ includes information on Well child services. The Well Child book, the Well Child handbook for providers, growth charts, the immunisation schedule and handbook are all available for download. The website includes information on abuse and family violence, smoking cessation and SUDI prevention.
This website has been set up by the Ministry of Health to provide access to health information such as pamphlets, fact sheets, booklets and posters.
HealthEd has been designed to allow searching by health category or by a keyword search.
The Brainwave Trust provides evidence based information on early child brain development