Your activity level affects it
The hours of subsidised care you can get per fortnight depends on the hours of recognised activities you do.
Your activity level affects your subsidised care for Child Care Subsidy (CCS).
You can apply for extra Child Care Subsidy (CCS) hours if your family is doing less activity because of COVID-19.
You may be exempt from the Child Care Subsidy activity levels. If you are, you can access 100 hours of subsidised care per child per fortnight.
Casual or irregular work hours may affect your subsidised hours of care for Child Care Subsidy.
You may be able to include travel time as part of your recognised activity for Child Care Subsidy.
Page last updated: 15 September 2020
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