Frequently Asked Questions
We offer in home education and care services in regional, remote and metro areas and are currently operating in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Tasmania.
We offer in home education and care services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
No, we offer short days, long days, and overnight bookings. See our Fees for the varying prices according to how many hours you book.
The minimum session is three hours once a week, for a 12 week period or school terms. The minimum period does not apply to families where at least one parent or guardian works non-standard or variable hours.
Yes you can, however an In Home Assessment must be completed beforehand and a 5% surcharge applies to our hourly rates.
We require a minimum of 1 booking per week, unless at least one parent or guardian works non-standard or variable hours, in which case we can work with their roster.
Our Educators can transport children to and from other educational activities using your car if your insurance covers the Educators use of your vehicle.
Children who access our service do not need to be immunised if they are not accessing the Child Care Subsidy. This means non-immunised children can access early learning and care in their own home, or join with another family of children who are not immunised as part of a Family Co-op. All of our Educators are regularly immunised.
Our curriculum is tailored to the needs of each child. This means that our Educators spend time each week preparing a program according to each child’s stage of learning and development so that no child within the program misses out on having their needs met. See our section on Varying Ages for more information.
We occasionally have a waitlist, so please contact us to find out if we have availability for the day and time you are after. Once you have completed your In Home Assessment you will then be placed on our waitlist.
If you have only one or two children, you can participate in a Family Co-op to bring down your cost. We can pair you with another family or you can find another family to join with yourself.
Yes, if other forms of childcare are not appropriate you may be eligible for the Child Care Subsidy towards our fees, which is classified as In Home Care. You will need to be approved for In Home Care and we will refer you to the relevant agency for approval after you discuss your needs with us.
Unfortunately Leor is not an NDIS Provider however many families use their self managed funds to access Leor services for their child. This allows us to incorporate the recommendations of your allied health professionals into your child’s program to deliver a holistic program that achieves your children’s outcomes.
Yes of course, it is your home and our Educators are happy to take care of all of your child’s education and care needs even if you are at home. We simply ask that you allow the Educator the space and time to engage with your child on their own to enable them to build a relationship with your child.
Yes. We believe the Educator’s relationship with your child is crucial to your child’s success. We aim to allocate the same Educator to each family unless you are happy to have multiple Educators.
If for any reason you want to change Educators, we have various feedback opportunities to discuss how we can meet your needs and find the best Educator to meet your family’s needs.
Our team of experienced childcare professionals considers the needs of your child and your family when determining who would be the right Educator for your family. This may mean that you may be on a waitlist until we feel that we have the right Educator to meet your needs. Our goal is to ensure the right fit for you so as to allow our Educator to achieve your child’s learning outcomes in the long term.