CCC is the national childcare and early learning services network.
It is run by the Australian Human Services Commission, which is responsible for providing a range of services for people aged from 16 to 60.
If you or your partner have kids under 16, CCC offers childcare services in homes and at work.
It also runs a wide range of educational and training programs for kids and young people, and provides support for families in caring for children who have special needs.
Here are some tips to get you started.
Get your kids out of school before they’re 12 If your kids are between the ages of 12 and 14, you can get them out of schools before they get to school.
It’s a common mistake to get kids out in the early hours of the morning or evening, says Elizabeth Pizzey, a childcare specialist and child development specialist at CCC.
“They’re at home, they’re not learning, they have no one around them,” she says.
“There’s a lot of stress on parents who can’t really provide care.
You need to be mindful that it’s your child and your child is going to be alone in a lot more of the day.”
They should be able to walk to the front of the classroom to be supervised by a teacher or another adult.” “
It’s important to get them to school early so they’re ready to get to work and also make sure they have the appropriate support if they need it.”
They should be able to walk to the front of the classroom to be supervised by a teacher or another adult.
“If your child’s not ready to go to school by the time they get older, CCCC can offer childcare at home if they are.
If they’re older, you should get them in early, too.
Find out how to get their CCC cards, if they’re aged 12 to 18.
CCC’s online registration form is here, and CCC also offers training to parents.
If your partner is looking after a child, it’s important they can see them every day.
CCCC offers an online tool to help parents with this.
Check out this guide to help you decide what kind of childcare they can get.
If there’s a problem with the CCC care, your child or partner can get support from your local Childcare and Early Learning Service.
Check with your local authority to find out how.
Catching up with your child when they’re at school or in class can be difficult.
If the child isn’t in school, there are other ways to help them: talk to the teacher, talk to other parents, find out what your child wants to do in school and how to make sure that they’re doing it well. “
If they’re struggling with learning, it can be a really challenging time,” says Pizzer.
If the child isn’t in school, there are other ways to help them: talk to the teacher, talk to other parents, find out what your child wants to do in school and how to make sure that they’re doing it well.
“Sometimes you can see that it really depends on what they’re being told by their teacher, by their parent or by a social worker,” says CCC training manager Anne Jones.
“You can get the teacher to see them as a person rather than as a learning problem.”
Get them home from school before 8:00am If you have a school or college child, you might want to let them get home from class before 8.00am.
It can be especially important for older children who may be struggling with social skills.
“For younger kids, there’s the option of letting them go to bed at home,” says Jones.
Parents need to understand that some people may be unable to get up in the morning, and you can do things like bring your child to the kitchen, and offer them a cup of tea, or make sure their car keys are in the ignition.
The CCC website also has advice on this topic.
“The more time they spend in their school environment, the more important it is that they stay in school,” says Jessica Clements, a CCCC training manager.
“Your child’s learning is being enhanced by having them in a safe environment.”
Find out more about CCC at their website.
Find more tips and advice from ABC children and young women.