The Australian Government funded Inclusion Support Program assists child care services with a range of practical supports, including advice, planning and resources, so that they are better able to provide all children with the opportunities to participate in activities that encourage learning and development within relationships with peers and adults and in a manner that reflects the interests and strengths of all children inclusive of physical, cultural and linguistic diversity.
National Inclusion Support Subsidy Provider
KU Children's Services, Australia's oldest not for profit provider of early childhood education and care, is proud to have been selected as the National Provider of the Australian Government's ISS Program. Find out more about the Inclusion Support Subsidy.
Inclusion Support Agencies
Under the program, Inclusion Support Agencies (ISAs) employ Inclusion Support Facilitators (ISFs) who provide child care services with practical support that will help build their capacity to provide a quality inclusive environment for children with additional needs.
KU Children's Services operates ISAs in 7 NSW regions. Find out more about the KU Inclusion Support Agencies or contact your local Inclusion Support Agency for more details.
KU Northern Sydney SCAN
Supporting Children with Additional Needs (SCAN) is a program set up by the NSW Government to increase the capacity of eligible preschool, vacation care, and occasional child care services* to include children with additional support needs. KU Children's Services manages the network region known as KU Northern Sydney SCAN.