Child and Family Health Service (CaFHS)
CaFHS is a free service for babies and children up to 5 years. Nurses can help with children's health, eating, sleeping and development. Some CaFHS sites have Aboriginal workers you can speak to.
For an appointment, phone 1300 733 606
Hours: 9.00 am to 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents
- Baby Development milestones
- Multicultural families
- Pregnancy and birth
- Parenting as a teenager
- Rainbow and same-sex families
- Young parents (video - 7 mins)
Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples about COVID-19 vaccines.
SA Health - Immunisation programs
Immunisation programs help reduce the impact of vaccine-preventable diseases.
SA Health - Aboriginal immunisation recommendations
There are extra recommendations for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for some vaccines due to a higher risk of some vaccine-preventable diseases.
National Immunisation Schedule
For specific information on immunisations for Aboriginal children in South Australia.
Safety for babies and children
SA Health - Deadly Kids SA
Deadly Kids SA aims to support Aboriginal children to be happy, healthy and strong — by providing a number of different activities to promote the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal children and their families across South Australia.