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In Home Care - VISE - REVISE - Outback Links

What is In Home Care?

After reading and googling please email Governess Australia if you need more advice.I prefer to give advice on an individual basis, with knowledge of your situation.

What is it?

Finding A Centre?

On this link http://australianhomechildcare.com.au/in-home-care/  you can find a place to choose your state on the right hand side.

Listed below are some other known In Home Care schemes;

  • QLD

    • Longreach Family Day Care and In Home Care Centre - Longreach and Outback QLD SeniorCoordinatorIHC@longreach.qld.gov.au  or  Phone: 07 4658 3628

    • Capricornia In Home Care  Capricornia-In-Home-Care Facebook Page or Phone: 0400 008 170

    • In Home Child Care Wide Bay - We connect carers with families in the Wide Bay-Burnett area of Queensland as well as on stations as far out as Roma, Charleville, St George and Cunnamulla.  mbihc@cofcqld.com.au  Ph: 07 4122 4153  www.care.cofcqld.com.au  

    • Charleville & District In Home Care -  Phone: 07 4654 7348 or Email:chfdcc@frontierservices.org

    • Hughenden In Home Care - Phone: 07 3217 7105  or Email:  nat.ihc@frontierservices.org

  • NSW

    • Far West Family Day Care and In Home Care Service - Cobar and Western NSW fdcadmin@cobar.nsw.gov.au      Phone: 02 6836 1156


Outback Links - Frontier Services

Definition: Outback Links aims to reduce isolation and disadvantage in Outback Australia by linking appropriately skilled and gifted volunteers with outback people, who could use a helping hand

Email:   outback.links@frontierservices.org


What is VISE and REVISE?

"VISE volunteers provide educational assistance to families and students in rural Australia. We also provide domestic and personal support in the case of emergencies or when respite is necessary.
VISE is a volunteer service established in 1989 by a small group of retired teachers and the Tennant Creek Lions Club in consultation with the Isolated Childrens Parents' Association (ICPA). The aim of VISE is to support the education of students in rural areas especially isolated outback families involved with distance education." VISE


REVISE

"REVISE - is a volunteer organisation which provides qualified education workers to support the learning of isolated students. REVISE teachers travel to remote locations for placements which are usually of three to six weeks' duration. While on placement, REVISE teachers work with School of the Air (SOTA) Port Augusta staff, supervising children's lessons. The placement supports or in many cases provides respite for the usual supervisor (mother or governess)." SA ICPA

"REVISE is an independently incorporated volunteer organisation supporting isolated students' learning. It is guided by a management committee with representatives of parent and teacher groups. Its volunteer management is based in Adelaide. REVISE works in close collaboration with ICPA and is proudly under the patronage of SACWA, the South Australian Country Womens' Association." REVISE