Every baby is born with more than 100 billion nerve cells in their brains and more than one million new neural connections are formed every second. This is why striving to give children the best possible start in life matters.Read more
Georgie Dent, Executive Director of The Parenthood, talks about the partnership between The Parenthood and Thrive by Five and why she thinks that there has never been a better time to transform early education and care in Australia.Read more
We’re so excited to introduce you to our three newest board members, who are helping to support the Parenthood to be a strong voice for parents.Read more
"Over the course of several years, my children accumulated a surprising amount of collectible junk. Much of it plastic, and much of it handed over for free by big companies. Some of it was hugely loved for a time, but my children did not protest, not once, as every single piece of it made its way into the bags and out the door."Read more
It's almost a wrap on 2017. Our Executive Director Jo Briskey takes a look back at some major campaigns we ran for parents and families during 2017 and flags where we'll head in 2018. Click the image below.Read more
Adele met the love of her life, Monique 20 years ago. They have two children, Baeleigh and Caden and like all parents, all they want is the very best for their kids and their family. Adele comments on the challenges she and Monique have had raising young kids in a society that hasn't yet recognised her and Monique's relationship as equal. This is Adele's story. This is why marriage equality is so important. Pledge your support for marriage equality here today!
Parents have heard that Education Minister Simon Birmingham wants to introduce mandatory, standardised phonics tests for kids in year one. What does it all mean, I hear you ask!Read more
Wednesday the 21st of June is Australia’s inaugural Flexible Working Day.Read more