Specialised substitute residential care

Supporting the safety and wellbeing the children and young people accessing overnight care.

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When a parent makes an arrangement with an organisation for their child to receive overnight respite care or behaviour support for 3 or more nights in a 7-day period outside of the family home in NSW, this is legally known as specialised substitute residential care. Any organisation that provides this type of care falls under the Child Safe Scheme, and must follow a code of practice.

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