Parents At Work partners are carefully selected to provide our clients with access to leading experts across career, parenting/caring and wellbeing topics. This enables organisations to have one point of contact through Parents At Work while remaining at the forefront on leading practice solutions across all aspects of working families. Our partners include:
Karitane – Parenting support
Karitane are respected and trusted service leaders in parenting and targeted early intervention services
Working Parents Connect
Working Parents Connect is a digital recruitment platform connecting Australian parents with flexible jobs and family friendly employers.
The Gidget Foundation – Perinatal Depression and Anxiety support
Not for profit organisation which provides support services for families suffering emotional distress during pregnancy and early parenting
Why Be You – Parenting support
Lucy Dahill works with parents, teachers and youth workers in how they can positively influence change in a young persons life.
Better Dads – parenting support
CPR Kids – parenting support
CPR Kids empower parents with essential First Aid skills and knowledge, ensuring they can calmly help their child in an emergency situation.
Danielle Robertson – Aged Care support
Helping people find the right care solutions. Aged care, disability care, health care, retirement living, childcare
Pink Elephants provides much needed empathy, validation and connection to those experiencing miscarriage and early pregnancy loss
The Village Foundation - mentoring
Striving to empower women and men returning to work by facilitating connections within the organisation
She Births® is a childbirth education program, proven to improve birth outcomes for mother and baby.
Men's Health Magazine
As Australia's number one men’s lifestyle brand, Men’s Health content is loaded with expert tips and life hacks from grooming and style, to food, tech, travel, business, fatherhood and mental health.
The Embassy of Sweden in Canberra have been a significant contributor to the success of the the parnetal leave equality campaign. Together with Parents At Work they have driven the coversation by bringing the Swedish Dads Photographic Series to Australia and collaborating on the Aussie Dads, British Dads and Kiwi Dads exhibitions and associated events.
The Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce
SACC has been a wonderful support for the parental leave equality campaign and its efforts to promote the Swedish Dads and Aussie Dads photographic exhibitions throughout the Swedish business community in Australia and beyond.