Child Care News for Parents & Carers
April 7, 2021
Welcome, this week learn why your child care service charges you fees when your child isn't there due to public holidays, forced closures and illness. Also, how COVID-19 impacted the health and wellbeing of our children.
Sick days, public holidays and unplanned closure fee policies
There's no one-fee-fits-all approach in Australian child care.

Instead, your individual service has its own policies and procedures which will determine how much your family pays for a session.

The specific service you choose, government assistance you're eligible for, and hours your child attends will all influence the fees you're charged, but what happens if your child doesn't actually go to child care on their usual day?

Unexpected sick days, planned public holidays and sudden closures can all affect your child's attendance.

Here's what they might mean for your family budget.
How to safeguard your child's wellbeing during the pandemic
COVID-19 has sent shockwaves through the global community, and Australian schoolkids aren't immune from its impact.

Over the last year, our children have been pivoted into new ways of moving, learning and socialising, and a survey by Camp Australia has revealed the physical and mental effects of the pandemic on our kids.

Here, we take a look at their findings, and see how you can support your school-aged child as COVID-19 continues to disrupt our world.
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