As all families with children in early learning services would be aware, the government's new Child Care Subsidy has now replaced the previous system (Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate).
The new system means that some families will be better off with a smaller "out of pocket" fee, while others will be worse off, depending on their family income and family activities.
The Department of Education and Training (DET) has reported that more than one million families have completed their call to action in MyGov, which is a great outcome.
Those families that have not yet to registered for the new Child Care Subsidy should do this as soon as possible by following our simple checklist here.
Families can also read our simple guidance on how to access their Child Care Subsidy Assessment Letter here.
Below is a list of key government resources for early learning service providers, for your easy reference:
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