Child Care News for Parents & Carers
August 15, 2018
Welcome, this week we look at the In Home Care Program, the government’s new way of delivering home-based education and care services for eligible families and how to maximise the benefits of reading.

Also,if you haven't already, please take our mini-poll and tell us how your family has been impacted by the new Child Care Subsidy and go into the draw to win a $200 gift voucher from The Iconic.
All you need to know about the new
In Home Care program
The New Child Care Package has implemented sweeping child care reforms, and its effect hasn't just been felt in day care centres and preschools. Families using home-based care are also impacted by the Government's fresh take on child care, and the new In Home Care (IHC) program represents a complete move away from the old IHC program and Nanny Pilot Programme.

The new approach to IHC supports family's workforce participation and strives to deliver flexible, affordable and quality early childhood education and care to those who need it most. Let's look at this new program in more detail.
What type of storytelling is best for preschoolers?
There's no doubt that a new chapter has opened up in the world of story time. Where picture books made of paper were once the only option, parents can now share animated stories and audio books with their young children as well.

Are all books created equal? Or do children respond differently, depending on the method of storytelling?
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