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Ipswich Multiple Birth Association Inc (IMBA) was established in 1987 by local mums and dads of twins, triplets or more. Our Association covers the boundaries of Springfield to Gatton and encompasses Ipswich and its surrounding areas of Esk, Toogoolawah and Boonah.

As a non-profit volunteer-based organisation, our aims are to provide practical and emotional support, access to information, friendship and social functions. To allow an opportunity for parents to share their coping strategies and discuss events unique to their situation, through communicating and sharing of information on the care and raising of multiples.

IMBA also strives to improve the resources and information available to families of multiples and to increase the awareness of these needs in our society.

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Published in Queensland

The Gold Coast Multiple Birth Association, was founded in 1980 as a support network for the growing number of GC parents of twin, triplet and Higher Order Multiples. Open to all parents (natural, foster and adoptive) of multiple birth children.

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Published in Queensland

We are a regionally based club, offering support for parents of multiple birth children. Our aim is to provide social meetings, activities, and information for our families, and to assist with referrals to other support organisations if needed.

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Published in Victoria

The Ballarat and District Multiple Birth Association is a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting families with twins, triplets or more. Established in 1976, BDMBA provides encouragement, support and social opportunities for families of multiples.

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Published in Victoria

Canberra and Region Multiple Birth Association (CARMBA) is a support network for parents, legal guardians and expectant or adoptive parents of twins, triplets, or more! CARMBA is an active organisation founded in 1973 and services the ACT

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The LNSMBA has been operating in Sydney since 1977 and is affiliated with the Australian Multiple Birth Association. We provide support, information and education for parents of multiples from pregnancy through to adulthood. We offer a range of services and social events throughout the year. All of these activities are coordinated and run by a dedicated team of volunteers from within the club who meet regularly to ensure the effective running of the club and to plan future events. Our geographical area covers an area north of the Sydney Harbour Bridge (roughly Mosman to North Sydney to St Ives to Ryde).

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Published in New South Wales

The Tasmanian Multiple Birth Association (TasMBA) is a not-for-profit organisation comprising of multiple birth families . The organisation, run by volunteer families with twins or HOM's, provides support, resources and education to multiple birth families.

TasMBA offers a supportive ear from “those who know”, however it is more than that: regular social interaction for those who feel isolated; whether it is home visits, a phone call, coffee mornings, playgroups, evenings out or weekends away; education at a local level such as expectant parent sessions or first-food introduction classes; breastfeeding support, equipment hire and, volunteer coordination and assistance. These services go a long way to help multiple birth families in raising their children born in very special circumstances

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Published in Tasmania

We aim to support and provide services to multiple birth families in the Northern Territory. We are a not for profit community club run by volunteers and are affiliated with the Australian Multiple Birth Association.

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Published in Northern Territory

The aim of the group is:

  • To provide a network of friends who have multiple birth children.
  • To provide a means of communication for sharing information about the care and raising of multiple birth children.
  • To increase public awareness of the needs of families with multiples and improve the resources available to them.

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Published in Western Australia
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