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1.1.C.195 Combined care (CP)

Definition

For the purposes of CP, combined care is where a carer is personally providing constant care to 2 or more children aged under 16 years, each with disability or medical condition. The care load of the 2 children will be at least equivalent to the care load of one child with severe disability or severe medical condition. The carer will have been given a qualifying rating of intense under the DCLA (Child).

 

Note: For combined care a limit of 4 children may contribute to the assessment under the DCLA (Child).

 

Act reference: SSAct section 197C Qualification - 2 or more children each with a disability or medical condition

Disability Care Load Assessment (Child) Determination 2010

Policy reference: SS Guide 3.6.4.10 Qualification for CP, 3.6.4.35 Qualification for CP (child) - Combined Care

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Last reviewed: 13 May 2013


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