The Guides to Social Policy Law is a collection of publications designed to assist decision makers administering social policy law. The information contained in this publication is intended only as a guide to relevant legislation/policy. The information is accurate as at the date listed at the bottom of the page, but may be subject to change. To discuss individual circumstances please contact Services Australia. CCS - arrangement with an organisation enrolment


'Arrangement with an organisation' enrolments (1.1.E.25) are created when a third party, other than the child's parent (1.1.P.10) or guardian is liable for the fees for care of the child (for example, the parent's employer, a government agency - such as for participants in the AMEP, or other organisation).

Sessions of care (1.1.S.40) submitted under an arrangement with an organisation are not eligible for CCS.

Providers should submit an enrolment notice if they enter into an arrangement with an organisation to provide care to a child, although less information is needed than for a CWA enrolment ( Arrangement with organisation enrolments do not require a parent or child CRN (as there is no need to link to the individual's eligibility and entitlement (1.1.E.30) information), or details of routine sessions of care (1.1.S.40) and usual fees. They also do not require parent confirmation with Centrelink.

It is possible for an individual to have liability under a CWA for the cost of some sessions of care, and an organisation (for example, their employer) to be paying for other sessions of care. In these cases, a provider can create 2 enrolments for the child, a CWA enrolment and an arrangement with an organisation enrolment. A provider needs to submit the relevant sessions into each enrolment.

Policy reference: FA Guide 2.6.1 CCS eligibility, CCS - CWA enrolment

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