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The Specialist Trans and Gender Diverse Health Service (NSW)
Affirmation-support, parental conflict, and mental health outcomes of transgender and...
The media’s campaign against trans kids
Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN)
Rainbow Care Clinic (TAS)
My Amazing Body
‘I just want to feel equal to others’: Hearing from trans and gender diverse...
Open Doors (QLD)
Resources for carers
Western Kids Health Gender Diversity Clinic (WA)
Brophy Family and Youth Services (VIC)
The DC Book of Pride: A Celebration of DC’s LGBTQIA+ Characters
Gender Connect Country (SA)
Rainbow Community House (WA)
The Gender Pathways Service (WA)
PFLAG Tasmania (TAS)
PFLAG Canberra (ACT)
Transgender Victoria (VIC)
Crossing Time: Australia’s transgender history
Trans Space (VIC)
The sibling experience: growing up with a trans sibling
Mental health resources for parents and caregivers
Base Camp aGender (WA)
Parenting non-binary kids
How to embrace your child’s gender transition
Misgendering: What it is and why it matters
Gender fluidity: What it means and why support matters
Beyond Pronouns: The next steps
Disordered eating behaviors among transgender youth
Watching for eating disorders in transgender teens
All about #BodyPride as an LGBTQIA+ human
Communicating with healthcare staff
Working it Out (TAS)
Gender Diversity Service, Royal Perth Hospital, Perth (WA)
Transcend Australia (National)
Parents of Gender Diverse Children (National)
The Future Proofing Study: Design, methods and baseline characteristics of a prospective...
M-Clinic – Gender-Affirming Clinic (WA)
My Services Community Directory (WA)
It Gets Better Project (International)
Being Proud (TAS)
Here by ACON (National)
Mental health resources for gender diverse children and young people
Mental health resources for children and young people
Other research of interest
A history of trans health care in Australia
The care that transgender youth need and deserve
How parents can support a child who comes out as trans – by conquering their own...
Yes, words can harm young trans people. Here’s what we can do to help
Guide for parents and carers: Supporting your gender diverse child at school
Guide for schools: Supporting and affirming gender diverse students
Helpful resources for schools and educators
Communicating with school
Communicating with day care
Formal template to inform existing educators about your child’s gender identity
Formal template to inform new educators about your child’s gender identity
Casual template to inform educators about your child’s gender identity
Formal template to inform faith-based schools about your child’s gender identity
Helpful resources for extra-curricular providers
Formal template to inform existing extra-curricular providers about your child’s...
Formal template to inform new extra-curricular providers about your child’s gender...
Casual template to inform existing extra-curricular providers about your child’s...
Sport and physical activity
How to work with your child’s sports organisation to affirm their gender identity
Helpful resources for sports organisations
Formal template to inform new sports organisations about your child’s gender identity
Formal template to inform existing sports organisations about your child’s gender...
Casual template to inform existing sports organisations about your child’s gender...
Informing new health professionals about your child’s gender identity
Informing existing health professionals about your child’s gender identity
Books for parents
Books for teens & young adults
Books for children