Supporting families needing In Home Care and the services which provide it in NSW & SA.


Resources for families, services and the general community to find out more about the In Home Care program and the IHC Support Agency.

Guide to Additional Child Care Subsidy (child wellbeing)

This Guide contains information for CCS approved providers and services who are involved in the administration of ACCS (child wellbeing).

‘Be You’ mental health resources

Be You aims to transform Australia’s approach to supporting children’s and young people’s mental health in early learning services and schools, from early years to 18. Free resources for educators and children are available on the Be You website.

Child Care Subsidy

Estimate what Child Care Subsidy a family may be able to receive. (To do this a family needs to know the hourly rate their In Home Care service provider will be charging.)

Child Care Provider Handbook

The Child Care Provider Handbook is written for providers of early learning and child care. It is a guide to the requirements and responsibilities of child care providers and services that are approved under Family Assistance Law.

In Home Care Guidelines

These are the guidelines that govern the revised In Home Care program and its delivery through a networked brokerage model of In Home Care Support Agencies.

In Home Care Handbook

The In Home Care (IHC) Handbook complements the IHC National Guidelines and the Child Care Provider Handbook. The IHC Handbook outlines the operational policy for the IHC program delivered through a network of IHC Support Agencies.

Family Home Safety Check

A form to enable services providers and educators to check a family home’s safety for them to educate and care for children in. Coming soon.

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