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Achievement diary

Your child's development and memorable moments that you can add.

Keeping track of important milestones with a child's achievement diary 

The achievement diary is a private area where you can securely enter information to help you monitor your child's physical, mental and other developmental milestones. You can keep track of their first words spoken, first steps or first day of primary school and more. 

People who can access your child's record will be able to view and add milestones or events. Find out more about who can access a record

Healthcare providers cannot access the achievement diary. If you'd like to share information with them, it will need to be communicated verbally. 

How to view an achievement diary

To find the achievement diary section:

  1. Log in to My Health Record through myGov.
  2. Select the child’s record that you would like to view.
  3. Select Documents from the top menu.
  4. Select My Childhood Development.
  5. Select Achievement Diary.

How to add a new achievement or edit one

To enter information about childhood achievements:

  1. In the achievement diary page, select Add New Achievement.
  2. Fill in the achievement date, then select Save. You also have the option to add a description if you want to add extra detail.
  3. To update an achievement you have already entered, select the achievement and make any edits.

You can remove an achievement you have already added by selecting the Remove link next to it.

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