Melbourne City Mission’s early childhood intervention specialists and maternal and child health nurses from the City of Moreland are co-located at Early Years Hub Hartnett House.
This allows us to provide families with access to additional supports and services.
Our Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECIS) team provide specialist support and advice for children with disability or developmental delay and their families.
In January 2016, the Victorian State Government introduced new laws around vaccination. All children now need to be fully vaccinated to be enrolled in a child care or kindergarten service.
To enrol your child in an early childhood education and care service you must provide evidence that they have been vaccinated.
As part of the Victorian Government ‘No Jab, No Play’ laws, we require evidence that your child is:
Conscientious objection is not considered an exemption.
We require an immunisation status certificate to enrol your child in our services.
An Immunisation History Statement from the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR) is needed as evidence.
For further information, please visit No Jab No Play on the Better Health website.
Hartnett House participates in the City of Moreland Central Registration Service for child care, which enables you to register your interest for multiple local services in the area.
To find out more about the Central Registration Service visit the City of Moreland website.
You are also welcome to contact us directly regarding enrolment.
Your family may be eligible for support from the Federal Government Child Care Subsidy (CCS).
For more information visit the Department of Human Services.