Around one million families are set to receive free child care during the coronavirus pandemic under a plan from the Morrison Government that will help deliver relief and support to…
On 30 March 2020, the Federal Government announced the introduction of the JobKeeper Payment package.
Early Childhood Services and OOSH Centers fear they may never recover from the coronavirus crisis as 4 out of 5 services are on the brink of collapse and both sectors…
If you're running a Family Day Care service that needs to close or if you have to reduce your business activities due to Coronavirus you may be able to receive…
Before parents lose government subsidies on childcare fees, young children are given an extra 20 days of absences, as part of the government's response to coronavirus.
With 1.3 million children in childcare and about 200,000 staff employed in the early childhood education and care sector, services throughout Australia will continue to remain open. The federal government's…
Some services are having difficulty ordering food and essential items from their usual food supplier. This could be mainly due to widespread public fear of the Coronavirus and the potential…
In South Granville, NSW, a 33-year-old man has been recently charged for allegedly claiming almost $100,000 in false childcare subsidy payments.
The following FAQ's were developed and responded to by Early Childhood Australia for all services currently opened. Questions answered include, if a child/parent has coronavirus what steps does a service…
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