Child Care Industry News May 12, 2015 -®
Child Care Industry News
May 12, 2015
Welcome, this week meet Yamit, owner/director of Yeladim Early Learning Centre in Vaucluse and learn what the Government's new Jobs for Families package means for the early childhood sector.
Child care package to deliver simplified payment system
The Government's long awaited child care and families package was unveiled on Mother's Day and is promising a simpler way of delivering early childhood education and care services.

Under the package a single Child Care Subsidy will replace the CCB and CCR from 1 July 2017.

The government says families earning less than $65,000 will receive on going access to child care services and may be eligible for additional financial support through the child care safety net, families earning between $65,000 and $170,000 will be around $30 a week better off, while those on higher incomes will continue to receive a similar level of support to current arrangements.

The stated objective of the $3.5 billion package is to encourage more parents back into paid employment via a more 'accessible' and 'affordable' child care system.
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Child care person in the spotlight:
Yamit Zelazne
What is your name?
My name is Yamit Zelazne but all the children and the parents call me 'Miti'.

Which centre do you work in? How many staff and children are in the centre?
I am the owner and the Director of a 21 place centre called 'Yeladim Early Learning Centre' for 2-5 year olds in Vaucluse.

What attracted you to a career in child care?
Growing up in a family where my Mum and Dad were both primary school teachers and my Aunt a primary school principal gave me the passion and made me want to work in this industry. I love children very much (especially the younger age) and have a connection with them straight away. I understand their needs, routine and their way of thinking very well and have a lot of patience teaching and guiding them in their first years. Children make me happy and I feel so good being around them.
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