Green Eggs Links

Family Assistance

  • CentreLink
    Green Eggs Early Childhood Centre is an Approved Long Day Care Service under the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) System.
    Child Care Subsidy (CCS) is provided on behalf of families and paid directly to approved Long Day Care Centres.
    CCS is based on each family’s combined income and work or study hours (activity test).

    For more information, visit the Department of Education resource page, call Centrelink on 13 61 50 or complete your subsidy assessment via your Centrelink Online Account (MyGov).

Government Bodies

  • ACECQA
    The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority is the national body that oversees and implements the National Quality Framework, with Regulatory Authorities in each state and territory. Email enquiries@acecqa.gov.au call 1300 422 327.

  • Office of Early Childhood Education and Care
    The Office of Early Childhood Education and Care is the State Government body responsible for administration of the Child Care Act 2002 and Child Care Regulation 2003.
    The Mt Gravatt Regional Office can be contacted on: (07) 3028 8063

  • Department of Education and Training
    This department holds primary responsibility for implementing The Federal Government’s Early Childhood Education and Care Policy Agenda.

  • www.mychild.gov.au
    The mychild website provides parents and carers of children with a one-stop shop of information on important health, early learning, child care and parenting support issues and initiatives. The site also provides links to other relevant sites that outline local services in these areas.

  • Queensland Health
    This website contains useful fact sheets regarding Food and Nutrition and Early Childhood Health

  • National Health and Medical Research Council
    Staying Healthy 5th Edition. Preventing Infectious Diseases in Early Childhood Education and Care Services.

  • 13 HEALTH
    The Queensland Health “13 HEALTH” phone service provides information on a range of children’s health issues, parenting advice and links to other services, including children’s health services and Newborn and Family Drop-in Services.

  • Time Out Information
    Some medical conditions require exclusion from school or child care to prevent the spread of infectious diseases among staff and children. This poster provides information on the recommended minimum exclusion periods for infectious conditions and will assist medical practitioners, schools, pre-schools and child care centres to meet the requirements of the Public Health Act 2005. This is a publication provided by Queensland Health.

National Regulations and Law

Parent Support and Information

  • Positive Parenting Programs (Triple P)
    The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program ® takes the guesswork out of parenting. It is one of the few parenting programs in the world with evidence to show it works for most families. This program is now available free online to do at your own pace. The Queensland Government is offering the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program FREE to all Queensland parents with children from birth to 16 years. http://www.triplep-parenting.net.au

  • SunSmart Information
    Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Around half of all people who spend their life here develop some form of skin cancer. Most skin cancers are caused by ultaviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.
    Young children have sensitive skin, which places them at particular risk of sunburn and skin damage. Childcare services have a responsibility and opportunity to reduce children’s risk and to help establish effective long-term Sun-Smart behaviours. A sun protection policy that is based on the latest research and best practice principles helps our Centre to achieve this. See link (above) for further information.

  • Poison Information
    Queensland Health’s poison information centre can be contacted at: 13 11 26. Alternatively, you can access helpful information from their website.

  • Australian Childcare Alliance (Qld)
    ACA Qld is the peak membership organisation for private long day care services in Queensland. They advocate for the interests of children and families and work on behalf of long day care service owners and operators to ensure that families across Queensland have access to quality, affordable and accessible long day care.

  • Parentline
    Parentline provides a confidential telephone counselling and support service for parents and carers.
    Phone 1300 30 1300

  • Kidsafe Queensland
    Kidsafe Qld is a non-profit organisation dedicated to preventing unintentional death and injury to children.

  • Kids Matter Parent Resources
    Kids Matter Parent Resources are designed to help parents deal positively with children’s emotional and social development and well being.

  • Parenting Research Centre
    This is a non-profit organisation that focuses on parenting, dedicated to gathering scientific knowledge of effective parenting and developing practical programs to help parents raise happy healthy children.

  • Get Set 4 Life
    Get Set 4 Life – Habits for Healthy Kids is a guide for parents and carers to promote healthy habits and development in four year old children prior to starting school.

  • Dental Health
    The Metro South branch of Queensland Health (Oral Heath Division) have provided information to us (linked document above). This includes tips for parents of young children to ensure that they give their child’s teeth the best possible start in life. For more information, please contact your dental professional. Contact details for Queensland Health Public service is available at: http://metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/oral-health/appointment-information

  • House Call Doctor
    If you or your child need an urgent after hours doctor, House Call Doctor offers 100% bulk billed visits. Call 13 55 66