Stakeholder content kit: removal of Child Care Subsidy annual cap

On 10 December 2021, the Australian Government is removing the annual cap for all families who get Child Care Subsidy. We encourage early childhood education and care stakeholders to help us let child care providers and services know. Find prewritten text and images below to use across your channels.

Who should use this kit

This kit is for organisations that support the early childhood education and care sector, including peak bodies and industry groups, state and territory education departments and regulatory authorities, and other Commonwealth agencies.

It contains materials to share with providers and services in your network.

When to use this kit

The annual cap is being removed on 10 December 2021. The best time to share this material is in early December.

Poster

Ask providers to display this poster at their service.

Social media content

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Suggested Facebook/LinkedIn post

On 10 December, the Australian Government is removing the annual cap for all families who get Child Care Subsidy.

Families earning more than $190,015 currently have an annual subsidy cap of $10,655 per child each financial year.

Child care providers and families don’t need to do anything for the change to occur.

Learn more on the Department of Education, Skills and Employment’s website: https://www.dese.gov.au/higher-CCS

Suggested Twitter post

On 10 December, the Australian Government is removing the annual cap for all families who get Child Care Subsidy. Providers and families don’t need to do anything for the change to occur. Learn more about upcoming changes to CCS: https://www.dese.gov.au/higher-CCS 

Newsletter content

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On 10 December, the Australian Government is removing the annual cap for all families who get Child Care Subsidy.

Families earning more than $190,015 currently have an annual subsidy cap of $10,655 per child each financial year.

Child care providers and families don’t need to do anything for the change to occur.

Learn more on the Department of Education, Skills and Employment’s website: https://www.dese.gov.au/higher-CCS

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