Watch the latest #DHSTV for an update from General Manager Hank Jongen about what’s happening at the Department of Human Services during May 2017.
Any changes to your study may affect your student payment paid by Centrelink. If there’s been a change, or you’re thinking of making a change, here are 4 situations you need to tell them about. Continue reading Top 4 changes to your studies you need to tell Centrelink about
Parents of children who receive Youth Allowance or ABSTUDY Living Allowance as a dependent student need to update their financial details with the Department of Human Services as soon as possible to ensure their child continues receiving their payment.
Watch the latest #DHSTV for an update from General Manager Hank Jongen about what’s happening at the Department of Human Services during November. Continue reading November update #DHSTV
Semester two census dates for most universities have now arrived, and students finalising their study load can quickly and easily use myGov to update their details with the Department of Human Services.
With 10 children and 14 grandchildren, the significance of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day is not lost on Damien Tunmuck.
This week, 8-17 April, is National Youth Week. The theme is ‘it starts with us’, something Tim Boroughs, a social worker with the Department of Human Services, can relate to through his own experience and the work he does with young people.
With the academic year back in full swing, the Department of Human Services is reminding Indigenous students and their parents not to miss out on study assistance. Continue reading ABSTUDY boost for Indigenous Students
Students claiming Youth Allowance or ABSTUDY need to make sure they provide all supporting documents with their claim to avoid a delay in payment.
If your child is starting high school or an Australian apprenticeship next year, you can claim ABSTUDY now to help with the costs of study or training if they are an eligible Indigenous Australian. Continue reading Claim ABSTUDY now for 2016