The YRSDS OSH Program matches the NDIS support categories of ‘Assistance with Social and Community Participation’ either 'group activities in a centre' or 'group activities in the community'.
All supports and their prices are charged as per the current NDIS Pricing Arrangement and price Limits (formerly NDIS Price Guide) and are subject to change by the NDIA.
School Holiday Program
The target group for the YRSDS School Holiday Program is school aged children with a disability.
Yarra Ranges Special Developmental School is used as a base from which community-based activities depart, and is also utilised for centre-based activities. The school provides a safe and secure environment.
The YRSDS Holiday Program;
Only operates during school holiday periods
Has approximately 45 participants attend daily
Offers staffing ratio's of 4:1, 3:1 and 2:1 during centre-based and community-based activities, dependent upon individual participant support needs.
Offers staffing ratio of 1:1 dependent on availability of staffing resources.
Operates weekdays between the hours of 9.00am and 5.00pm
Operates for a total of approximately five days during autumn, winter and spring school holiday periods
Operates for a total of approximately 10 days during the summer school holiday period
Does not operate on public holidays
Does not operate on days of declared Extreme or Code Red fire danger
Parents or caregivers are responsible for drop-off and pick-up of participants to and from the OSH Program.
The OSH Program staff aim to support and encourage all participants to actively participate in centre-based and community-based activities.
The OSH Program provides ongoing feedback to parents and caregivers about the participant's enjoyment and involvement in the activities, along with their progression towards individual goals.
Feedback is provided via verbal communication, daily documentation is made available upon request.
Specialist support staff are employed to deliver a variety of engaging centre-based activities. All participants are provided with the opportunity and support to make choices, develop skills and have direct input in to what they would like to do for their recreational activities.
Community based activities offer the opportunity for participants to build on social and recreational skills whilst engaging in everyday activities in the wider community. Independence and friendships are encouraged and supported in a fun and safe environment.
Throughout both centre-based activities and community-based activities participants are actively supported to address or progress toward identified personal goals.
Please read the Privacy Statement before completing the enrolment documentation.
The YRSDS OSH Program provides an Afternoon Club for Yarra Ranges Special Developmental School students every weekday during all school terms.
For Yarra Ranges Special Developmental School students who wish to access the Afternoon Club, details are as follows:
Time: 3.00pm to 6.00pm
Days: Any school day (excluding curriculum days and public holidays)
Where: Yarra Ranges Special Developmental School
Cost: As per the current NDIS Price Guide
Afternoon tea and activities provided.
Specialist support staff are employed to deliver a variety of engaging centre-based activities. All participants are provided with the opportunity and support to make choices, develop skills and have direct input in to what they would like to do for their recreational activities. Independence and friendships are encouraged and supported in a fun and safe environment.
Participants are actively supported to address or progress toward identified personal goals.
We provide regular afternoon sessions with experienced and qualified support staff. Once registered, occasional or one off sessions may be available upon request.