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4 days ago

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It’s Privacy Awareness Week this week. We take your privacy very seriously, and so should you.

There are things you can do to protect your personal information including protecting your passwords, considering carefully what you share on social media and being aware of scams.

For more tips on protecting your privacy online, head to our website: www.humanservices.gov.au/individuals/subjects/scams-and-your-online-security/identify-scams-and-s...
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It’s Privacy Awareness Week this week. We take your privacy very seriously, and so should you. 

There are things you can do to protect your personal information including protecting your passwords, considering carefully what you share on social media and being aware of scams. 

For more tips on protecting your privacy online, head to our website: https://www.humanservices.gov.au/individuals/subjects/scams-and-your-online-security/identify-scams-and-stay-safe
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4 days ago

Family Update

Your kids have their ABCs mastered and are great at counting sheep, so what’s next?

Learning Potential Australia is a good place to start!
They have a bunch of resources to help you with your child’s learning and development. The best thing about Learning Potential? They have info to help children of all ages, from early childhood all the way up to high school.

Check out their resources this National Families Week: www.learningpotential.gov.au/
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Your kids have their ABCs mastered and are great at counting sheep, so what’s next? 

Learning Potential Australia is a good place to start!  
They have a bunch of resources to help you with your child’s learning and development. The best thing about Learning Potential? They have info to help children of all ages, from early childhood all the way up to high school. 

Check out their resources this National Families Week: https://www.learningpotential.gov.au/
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This week is National Families Week – a time to celebrate with your family and reflect on the important role families play in teaching, supporting and nurturing children.

Our Family Update page shares information about payments and services for families, as well as topics and tips to help with the cost of raising children, health care and children’s development and education.

Check out our Family Update page here: www.facebook.com/familyupdateAU/
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This week is National Families Week – a time to celebrate with your family and reflect on the important role families play in teaching, supporting and nurturing children. 

Our Family Update page shares information about payments and services for families, as well as topics and tips to help with the cost of raising children, health care and children’s development and education. 

Check out our Family Update page here: https://www.facebook.com/familyupdateAU/

Comment on Facebook

This week is national deny medical certificates week? Congratulations, you've killed me if that's the case. I can't handle this anymore. I have a new condition listed and still it's denied. Now I'll get cut off for being unable to attend the appointments with the job agencies. You've made life impossible to live and not worth living. Why? Why did you push me this hard? Why am I being punished for being sick? Now I'm shaking. You've made my illness so bad my family are scared for me. You don't even know about your own specialist assessment for the DSP that can be triggered if you can't get the right doctors, are you all incompetent or what? Now you've stolen my ability to sleep. I hope you're all happy with yourself.

are payments not been done due to site been down..can anyone tell me

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3 days ago

Seniors Update

Those pesky scammers are always looking for new angles to get at people's hard earned money.

Scamwatch is run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and it provides information about how to recognise, avoid and report scams.

The ACCC have some advice for older Australians about the sort of scams they may see and how to protect themselves.

More information here: www.scamwatch.gov.au/get-help/advice-for-older-australians
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Those pesky scammers are always looking for new angles to get at peoples hard earned money.

Scamwatch is run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and it provides information about how to recognise, avoid and report scams.

The ACCC have some advice for older Australians about the sort of scams they may see and how to protect themselves.

More information here: www.scamwatch.gov.au/get-help/advice-for-older-australians

Comment on Facebook

The most important thing to remember is Never give any details to anyone who calls or emails YOU ! Just say thank you, I’ll contact my provider and hang up..... you can then easily look up the GENUINE contact info for your provider and call or email a TRUSTED address or phone number.... If the original caller is Genuine, they will be understanding and supportive of this action.

E molto giusto quello che dice il sig Matthews GRAZIE

All ringing all the time

yes i rang my server after some one rang about my computor ,it shure was a scam, i just slam phone down now, they drive you nuts,

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