Tresillian Family Day Care Centres

Organisation formed to co-ordinate childhood and maternal services in response to statistics during World War I that showed 63,000 Australian servicemen had lost their lives fighting, whilst 70,000 children under 5 had died through poverty, lack of hygiene and disease in the same period.

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Formed
1918
Name
Alternate
Royal Society for the Welfare of Mothers and Babies
1918 - 1921
Position
1918
1921 - 1923
Property
Occupied
1921 -
Type