MBS Primary Care Items
Get Set 4 Life - Habits for Healthy Kids Guide
The Get Set 4 Life – Habits for Healthy Kids Guide provides practical information on children’s health and covers techniques and tips for teaching children healthy habits that could last a lifetime. Key areas of health and age appropriate development covered in the booklet include: healthy eating, regular exercise, speech and language, oral health and more.
- Get Set 4 Life – Habits for healthy kids (PDF 3223 KB)
TranslationsThe Guide has now been translated into six community languages: Arabic; Traditional Chinese; Greek; Italian; Spanish; and Vietnamese.
- Get Set 4 Life – Habits for healthy kids (PDF 2583 KB) Arabic -
- Get Set 4 Life – Habits for healthy kids (PDF 6328 KB) Traditional Chinese -
- Get Set 4 Life – Habits for healthy kids (PDF 3627 KB) Greek -
- Get Set 4 Life – Habits for healthy kids (PDF 3789 KB) Italian -
- Get Set 4 Life – Habits for healthy kids (PDF 3779 KB) Spanish -
- Get Set 4 Life – Habits for healthy kids (PDF 3837 KB) Vietnamese -
The Healthy Kids Check must include the provision of health advice and information to the patient's parent or carer, using the Get Set 4 Life – Habits for Healthy Kids guide and other relevant information such as a parent-held child record. The medical practitioner, practice nurse or registered Aboriginal health worker must note if the patient’s parent or carer has been referred to this website to obtain a of the Guide, noting that hard copies are no longer available.
There is no requirement that the patient’s parent or carer must be provided with a copy of the guide.
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