Topic "Centrelink" in Swahili - total 18 documentsTitle: Assistance for child care (bilingual version)
Summary: The Australian Government offers a range of payments and services to help families with the costs of child care.
Title: Avoid a debt (bilingual version)
Summary: If you receive a Centrelink payment you need to tell us about your income and any changes in your circumstances. This is so we can make sure you get the correct payment amount and do not get overpaid. This resource lists all the changes in circumstances you need to report to Centrelink.
Title: Centrepay (Bilingual version)
Summary: Centrepay is an easy way to pay bills and expenses. Centrepay is a voluntary billpaying service which is free for Centrelink customers. This factsheet explains how to do it.
Title: Consent to disclose medical information (bilingual version)
Summary: This form is used to confirm that you consent to your treating health professionals and/or health providers disclosing relevant information about your disability or medical conditions to the Australian Government Department of Human Services (the department), or assessors engaged by the department.
Title: Crisis payment (bilingual version)
Summary: You might be eligible for a crisis payment at times when you need additional support from Centrelink. Crisis Payment is a special one-off payment that may be paid to you in certain special circumstances
Title: Crisis payment for humanitarian entrants (bilingual version)
Summary: Crisis Payment is a special one-off payment to assist with immediate settlement needs if you are a newly arrived humanitarian entrant
Title: Immunisation (bilingual version)
Summary: To get a family payment for a child under 20 years of age, you need to make sure their immunisations are up to date.
Title: Income management youth and long-term payment recipient (bilingual version)
Summary: Income Management is a way to help you manage your money to meet essential household needs and expenses. Your payments will not reduce but the way you receive them will change. Centrelink will work with you so that part of your payments will be used to pay for things you and your family need.
Title: Maintaining your child care payments (biligual version)
Summary: If you get a child care subsidy, you need to take steps during the year to manage your payment.
Title: Mutual obligation requirements (Bilingual version)
Summary: There are things you must do to keep getting your payment and have a better chance of finding work
Title: Paid Parental Leave scheme for employers (Bilingual version)
Summary: The Paid Parental Leave scheme is funded by the Australian Government and provides financial support for new parents while they’re off work, caring for their newborn or recently adopted child. There are two payments available to eligible working parents under the scheme: This information sheet is for employers.
Title: Parenting payment (bilingual version)
Summary: Parenting Payment is income support for parents or guardians to help with the cost of raising children.
Title: Recently arrived in Australia? (bilingual version)
Summary: This brochure contains information that might be useful to you if you’ve recently moved to Australia. Settling in can be a challenging experience. As a new arrival, you may be able to get some payments and services from the Australian Government. The brochure is bilingual. Scroll to the end of the document to read the English version.
Title: Rent assistance (bilingual version)
Summary: Rent Assistance provides financial help to people who pay rent and receive a Centrelink payment from us
Title: Support for new parents on leave from work (bilingual version)
Summary: When you welcome a new child into your family and want to take time off work, it's good to know you can get some financial support to help you.
Title: The new JobSeeker payment (bilingual version)
Summary: From 20 March 2020, JobSeeker Payment is the main income support payment. You can get it if you are between 22 years of age and Age Pension age.
Title: What if you do not agree with a decision? (bilingual version)
Summary: If you do not agree with a decision about your entitlements, you have the right to ask for a review of the decision.
Title: Why you have to attend your appointments and activities (bilingual version)
Summary: You have an obligation to attend your Centrelink appointments. You may lose some of your income support payment if you don’t: call your provider before the appointment to let them know you can’t go and have a good reason for missing the appointment.
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