Overview on how home provision works

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Overview on how home provision works

Unread post by admin_bbw » Dec 3rd, '18, 15:28

For access to the Home Provision scheme it is the parents that send the application to the Dept of Ed. Forms are usualy released in April / May of each year.

The following is brief overview of the steps needed.

1) The child must have a recognised qualifying condition
- either ASD
- or a severe/profound learning difficulty.

2) Find a qualified teacher to offer your child tuition.
- To contact a teacher post your needs on our Notice Board, under the school type / province / county of your choice.
- To maximise exposure for your posts we post links to all new messages on our Facebook and Twitter feeds.
- The teacher must be registered / garda vetted with the Teaching Council of Ireland. Teachers have a reg number that can be verified using https://www.teachingcouncil.ie/en/Regis ... -Teachers/.
- Dept will reject an application if the teacher is not registered.
- For primary pupils home provision is in July
- For post-primary pupils home provision is in June
- The scheme allocates a total of 40 hours during the month, 10 hours per week.

3) Meet the teacher in person to discuss your child's specific needs.
- To achieve max' from the scheme get tutor to speak with your child's resource teacher to build a plan.

3) Complete the application forms in full
- Must be signed by your school principal.
- Tutor also needs to complete various sections.
- Like & Follow our Facebook and Twitter pages and when forms released we'll put up a notice.

4) Important to return completed forms before the deadline cut-off date.
- Late forms will be dealt with last and there could be a chance that your child may not get the full allocation of hours available.

5) A confirmation letter/pack will be sent to the parents a number of weeks prior to the scheme start date.
- Pack will contain
- - Confirmation letter detailing tutors name and rates etc
- - Payment claims form.
- - Give tutor copies of these.

6) At the end of the scheme period
- Tutor and parents must complete and sign the payment claims form.
- Claim form must be returned to Dept of Ed at end of scheme period.

If you have any questions about the scheme and how it works please feel free to message us or alternatively email us using Support@JulyProvision.com.

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The Support Team

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