IPSP Fact Sheet 1: Applying for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 1: Applying for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 1: Applying for ISS.

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IPSP Fact Sheet 2: Claiming for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 2: Claiming for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 2: Claiming for ISS.

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IPSP Fact Sheet 3: Documentary Evidence to Demonstrate Ongoing High Support Needs for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 3: Documentary Evidence to Demonstrate Ongoing High Support Needs for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 3: Documentary Evidence to Demonstrate Ongoing High Support Needs for ISS.

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IPSP Fact Sheet 4: Non-approved Purposes for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 4: Non-approved Purposes for ISS

IPSP Fact Sheet 4: Non-approved Purposes for ISS.

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IPSP Fact Sheet 5: Home Based Services and Inclusion Support Subsidy

IPSP Fact Sheet 5: Home Based Services and Inclusion Support Subsidy

IPSP Fact Sheet 5: Home Based Services and Inclusion Support Subsidy

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IPSP Fact Sheet 6: Change of Service Ownership and Inclusion Support

IPSP Fact Sheet 6: Change of Service Ownership and Inclusion Support

IPSP Fact Sheet 6: Change of Service Ownership and Inclusion Support

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ISP Guidelines 2016 2019

ISP Guidelines 2016 2019

Inclusion Support Guidelines 2016 - 2017 to 2018 - 2019

ISS Application Flowchart

ISS Application Flowchart

The Flowchart is an overview of the Application Process which shows the tasks completed by the service, the ISF and the NISSP.

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Requesting more than one additional educator - Centre Based Services

Requesting more than one additional educator - Centre Based Services

If the service, in consultation with their ISF, identifies that more than one additional educator is required in the care environment, additional information must be provided in order to demonstrate the need for this level of support.

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Setting Information - Centre Based Services

Setting Information - Centre Based Services

The information provided outlines what educators will do differently or more effectively if they have an increased educator to child ratio in this care environment. A range of specific strategies should be provided addressing the inclusion needs and issues identified. The strategies should describe how all educators are involved in the care and education of all children in the care environment.

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Setting Information - Home Based Services

Setting Information - Home Based Services

In Home Based Services, educators caring for eligible children may receive an additional or capacity payment in recognition of the additional care and attention required by children with ongoing high support needs and the impact of this on the educator/carer and care environment.

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Child Details Tips

Child Details Tips

Child details must be provided for each child included in the IS Case. This should be provided in the text box on the Children’s tab – Child details.
The information provided, should relate to issues which will have an impact on the child’s inclusion in the care environment.

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Demonstrating the Needs for ISS

Demonstrating the Needs for ISS

All information provided in the application, in each tab and sub tab of the IS Portal, is assessed to determine if ISS is required to support educators to facilitate inclusion of all children in the care environment.

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IIP Educator Capacity Building Plan - FDH/IHC

IIP Educator Capacity Building Plan - FDH/IHC

For inclusion planning in relation to an individual educator and care environment. This plan complements the IIP developed for the whole service.
 

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IIP Guide

IIP Guide

The IIP Guide provides a straightforward but comprehensive overview of supporting services to develop an IIP. There is a brief overview of each section of the IIP Document, with a list of things to consider and information about what to document. There is a range of reflective questions included to assist ISFs with guiding the discussion with educators. The easy to read document is a practical guide with many helpful tips which will help services to reflect on the barriers to inclusion and identify goals and strategies which will build the educators’ capacity to include all children in the care environment.

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IIP Section D (Evaluation)

IIP Section D (Evaluation)

Services complete the IIP Evaluation to measure the change in the care environment, as a result of the IIP being implemented. It may be completed when needs change, within 12 months of the IIP being developed or after the ‘Educator Capacity Building Plan’ (IIP Part C) is fully implemented.
 

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IIP Template

IIP Template

The IIP is the key planning tool that assists educators in child care and early learning services to focus on their needs, develop goals and implement actions to build educator and service capacity to facilitate the inclusion of all children.

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