Access the Child Care Subsidy for care in your home.

Leor In Home Early Learning brings the daycare experience to your family in the comfort of your own home. Our Educators develop individual learning programs that are tailored to your child’s needs, you receive regular reports regarding your child’s progress, and our qualified and experienced Early Childhood Educators bring toys and equipment to support the program they have developed for your child each day. Your Leor Educator will also take your children on local excursions, and can support school drop off and pick up for your convenience. If other forms of approved childcare are not appropriate for your family, or not available to you, then your family could be eligible to receive the Child Care Subsidy towards our fees.

Eligibility

Families who are unable to access centre based childcare or out of school hours care may be eligible for the Child Care Subsidy for what is classified as ‘In Home Care’. This could be because other forms of childcare are not right for your family due to complex needs, childcare is not available near you, or it is not open during the hours you need it.

Leor Educators are regularly monitored and supervised by a Lead Educator, which means you can trust that the education and care that they are delivering to your child is overseen by a second set of eyes to ensure your child’s learning and development needs are being met.

As an approved provider of In Home Care under the Child Care Subsidy, Leor is able to offer care across regional and metropolitan areas of New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, the Northern Territory, and the Australian Capital Territory.

The table below outlines the reasons why you may be eligible for the Child Care Subsidy towards our fees.

During the Coronavirus Pandemic all “Essential Workers” will be eligible for In Home Care. Essential workers are:

  • Frontline medical people, such as nurses and doctors, but excluding non-essential medical practitioners, such as chiropractors
  • Supermarket employees
  • Emergency Services employees
  • Pharmacists
  • Medicare or Centrelink employees
  • Cleaners

Complex Needs

This is where a family is experiencing complex needs that would mean mainstream childcare, outside school hours care, or vacation care programs are unable to meet their needs.
  • Family member receiving chemotherapy
  • A family member with a compromised immune system, e.g. premature children
  • Children with complex behavioural, developmental or medical needs e.g. autism, ADHD, ODD, cerebral palsy, vision or hearing impairment
  • Families who may be accessing NDIS but require extra care

No Childcare Available

This is where families cannot access childcare in their area.
  • Regional or remote families
  • Families on a childcare waitlist
  • No childcare available in your area
  • Your childcare centre is closed or excluding children for a specific reason (e.g. pandemic)

Non-Standard Working Hours

This is where families who work non-standard hours, such as a rotating roster, or hours where childcare is not open.
  • Shiftworkers such as medical professionals, hospitality staff or airline crew
  • Fly in fly out workers
  • Single parents who do not have alternate care during the hours that they need to work

Applying

To identify whether you might be eligible for In Home Care under the Child Care Subsidy, please contact the relevant In Home Care Support Agency in your State. Once approved you can be referred back to us to commence care. Alternatively, you may wish to commence care immediately and get the ball rolling for In Home Care approval thereafter.

Fees

Families approved to access In Home Care under the Child Care Subsidy may be required to pay a gap payment between the Subsidy and Leor fees. The fees below are quoted before taking the Child Care Subsidy into account.

In certain cases, families can access up to $39.10* per hour towards our fees. This means that you might be able to access Early Learning sessions in your home for as little as $3.90 per hour. Minimum booking period is three hours.

Contact us for a quote.

The weekday rates apply where the focus of the sessions is early childhood education, in other words where care is provided to children who are not attending school. After school care rates apply where the majority of the children receiving care are attending primary school.
*$39.10 Subsidy applies to families who access the Additional Child Care Subsidy. $3.90 rate applies to long days of Early Learning during weekdays between 7am and 7pm.

Classification

Availability

Hourly Rate: Long Day
6 hours or more

Hourly Rate: Short Day
5 hours or less

Weekdays

7.00am to 7.00pm

$43

$52

Weekdays

7.00pm to 7.00am

$48

$56

Classification

Availability

3 children

4 or more children

Weekdays

7.00am to 7.00pm

$41

$47

Weekdays
(Non-Standard Hours)

7.00pm to 7.00am

$56

$56

These rates apply to children of all ages.

Classification

Availability

Hourly Rate: Long Day
6 hours or more

Hourly Rate: Short Day
5 hours or less

Saturdays

7.00am to 7.00pm

$64

$70

Saturdays

7.00pm to 7.00am

$54

$59

Sundays

Anytime

$73

$80

Public Holidays

Anytime

$92

$100

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1300 510 511

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