Mothers Love provide educators and families with comprehensive support. We provide:
  • professional support by experienced early childhood professionals
  • Support and guide educators the Early Years Frameworks
  • Provide feedback on your child's placement
  • Ensure educators provide a safe environment in accordance with the Education and Care Services National Regulations 
  • Facilitate educators with ongoing professional development opportunities
  • All educators undergo a home safety check to ensure that their home meets safety standards as per the national Education and Care Services Regulations
  • Ongoing safety checks are also carried out during educator support visits

Our Early childhood qualified staff work specifically in the field to monitor and support educators and the children in their care.

The coordinators visit the educator's home to ensure care is provided to required government standards; observe children; providing developmental and behavioral suggestions and support to the educators.

Our Educators are required to plan a program in accordance with the Early Years Frameworks for children in their care and keep it available where parents can view it.

The programs are play based and developed with the children’s interests and current needs in mind. Our weekly programs also include outings to visit the park, library or to take walks to explore nature and the local community

When you meet the educators it's important you ask questions to ensure your child receives the type of care you require. You need to outline any issues that are important to you. We can assist you in the type of questions you should ask the educator.

Mothers Love facilitate educators in a vast range of locations and educators have varying levels of qualifications and experience. Fees for standard hours will be in the range of $7 - $14 per hour.

Mothers Love Family Day Care is an “approved provider". Parents may be eligible for the federal government child care benefit (CCB) and a Child Care rebate of 50%.

The decision on eligibility for CCB rests with the Family Assistance Office. Parents should consult the Department of Human Services  ( for details of their specific entitlements to the CCB and CCR.

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