Extension of Outside School Hours care for Teenagers with Disability (Completed)

  • How much?

    See below 
  • Apply when?

    from 5/08/2009  to 8/09/2009 
  • Who to contact?

      Ph:   Email otdp@dss.gov.au   
Short Description:  
 

Outside School Hours Care for Teenagers with Disability is an Australian Government initiative that supports teenagers with disability and their families by funding services to deliver flexible outside school hours and holiday care.

The activity addresses a number of areas of unmet need in service provision for teenagers with disability and their families. A particular focus of this activity is to increase access to outside school hours and holiday care for teenagers with disability aged 12 to 18 years.

In May 2009 the Australian Government announced an additional $5.1 million over four years to further increase the number of outside school hours care places for teenagers with disability.

The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) invites eligible organisations to submit applications for this additional funding to undertake the provision of quality outside school hours care services to teenagers with disability aged 12 to18 years.

This funding round opens on 5 August 2009 and close 2.00 pm 8 September 2009. You can obtain further information from the Fact Sheet.

Organisations interested in applying for Outside School Hours Care for Teenagers with Disability funding should access the Application Pack which consists of the following documents:

Extension of Outside School Hours Care for Teenagers with Disability Application Pack

Outside School Hours Care for Teenagers with Disability Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQs for the extension of the Outside School Hours Care for Teenagers with Disability

You can email otdp@dss.gov.au for further information. Enquiries and responses to questions received from potential applicants will be posted on this page for the benefit of all applicants. Incomplete and late applications will not be accepted.

 

Content Updated: 27 September 2013