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    Will I still get Ccb/ccr for my daughter while I'm on ppl?

    Wondering if I'll have to drop her out or not. If I have to pay full fees she wouldn't be able to stay in childcare.

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    Yes you can. I think you are eligible for 12 months after baby is born but best check the human services website.

    I kept my son in FDC for 3 days a week while I was on maternity leave and I got the rebate/benefit.

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    Omg. Never thought of that. I would think its ok as you are employed but in leave so should be ok. I would hope so!

    I am planning on leaving DS in 2 days a week and won't be able to afford full fees while I am off.

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    Pretty sure u meet the work, training, study test whilst your on maternity leave for up to 12 months. Should be on their website though.

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    Yep, if you are on leave but still employed it's fine

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    I tried looking for it online but couldn't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I tried looking for it online but couldn't find it.
    I can never find anything on the Centrelink website.

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    I know! It's a nightmare. There's no way I'm ringing them..

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    It IS on there, or was a while back. I will see if i can find it ☺ 12 mths of mat leave is ok ☺

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