For the past few months, Sundale has been working in partnership with NCC early learners to design and deliver outstanding education and care programs.
Recent Queensland Government approval, means NCC early learners will take control of operations from late February 2020.
Importantly, the intergenerational programs Sundale has championed at We Rock! Childcare Centre and Aloaka Care Centre will continue.
Head of NCC early learners, Bronwyn Taylor said the organisation is thrilled to be joining the Kilcoy community.
“In partnership with Sundale we held a Family Information Session recently and explained the transition process,” Ms Taylor said.
“The education and care of the children at We Rock! Childcare Centre will not be interrupted during the transfer of service.
“Kilcoy will be our seventh site, and we’re committed to providing the highest quality care and learning within a safe and supportive Christian environment.”
Executive Manager of Corporate Performance at Sundale, Mark James said the transfer will allow Sundale to fully focus on its core business – aged care, and its primary goal of delivering exceptional clinical care.
“Caring for older Australians in an issue of national importance and is too important not to get right,” Mr James said.
“We’ve done an outstanding job looking after people on both ends of the age spectrum, but the time is right to focus solely on aged care.
“We’re delighted NCC early learners is taking over We Rock! Childcare Centre, because they’ll look after the little ones and the community just as well as we did.”