Connect with us on social media

You can connect with us through a number of official accounts. Ask us questions and stay up to date.

Our social media accounts

We have accounts tailored to you. We:

  • post about payments and services
  • answer questions
  • give useful tips
  • share news, and
  • give updates on relevant issues

Facebook and Twitter

Department of Human Services

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Student Update

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Family Update

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Seniors Update

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You can also follow Hank Jongen on Facebook and Twitter. Hank is our spokesperson and a General Manager. He gives updates on topics relevant to you and his upcoming media interviews.

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The National Graduate Program account gives potential applicants information and updates about the program and the recruitment process.

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Help using Facebook

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Our LinkedIn account provides information and updates for people seeking employment with the department.

YouTube and Google+

Our YouTube channels have instructional videos. We feature up to date information on:

  • our programs
  • services
  • myGov member services, and
  • insight into our customers and staff

Online forum

speechbubble is an online forum. It’s a place our customers, staff and stakeholders can provide feedback and ideas. We use them to improve our service.

We run speechbubble sessions throughout the year. We host the discussion, ask questions and give answers. We publish the outcomes on the speechbubble website.

You can find out when speechbubble is running by subscribing or by following us on Twitter and Facebook.

Social media survey

Your feedback helps us improve our services. We may ask you to do a quick survey after you interact with us on social media. This 60 second survey is optional.

Social media in the department

We use social media to communicate with the public and our stakeholders about our payments and services.

Read more about social media in the department.

Page last updated: 12 February 2018