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Key Dates

    Call for Abstracts Close 6 Setember 2019
  • Abstract Notifications 26 September 2019
    3 October 2019
  • Early-Bird/Presenter Registration Close 11 October 2019
  • Standard Registration Open 12 October 2019
  • Extended Poster Abstracts Deadline 31 October 2019
  • Workshops 8 December 2019
  • ASI 2019 8 – 12 December 2019
48th Annual Scientific Meeting of The Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology 8 – 12 December 2019
Adelaide Convention Centre

Childcare

ASI acknowledges and actively addresses the difficulties associated with attending the Annual Scientific Meeting when also faced with balancing primary carer duties. Like last year, the meeting will feature an onsite crèche with fully qualified carers.

  • The childcare services are available for all children ages 0-12 years.
  • Monday 9 – Wednesday 11 December 2019 8:30am – 5:30pm - $100 per child per day (excl meals)
  • Thursday 12 December 2019 8:30am – 1:00pm - $50 per child (excl meals)

You can book this childcare service through the registration form

For further enquiries - registration@asi2019.org

Hessel Group

Formerly nannySA and Green Shoes, we have grown into an even better Hessel. Starting from humble beginnings, Hessel Group has been providing quality care, support and education to South Australians for almost 20 years.

All Hessel Group employees have undergone our recruitment process and have all the legal minimum requirements to work with children, which includes a Child Related Employment Screening conducted by the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI). In addition to these requirements, our employees have various skills and qualifications including Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or higher.

The crèche is staffed with experienced carers who have their Working With Children Check, 1st Aid and CPR, Through Their Eyes Training (formally Child Safe Environments), a medical clearance and either the Diploma or Certificate 3 in Children’s Services

Hessel Group

Our typical day in the crèche room

8:30am: Parents and children are warmly greeted by our friendly staff. All relevant information about the children is exchanged and the children are brought into the crèche and engaged in their chosen activity.
9:00am – 10:00: Children play with a variety of activities and toys including puzzles, board games, blocks, cars, dolls etc.
10:00-10:30: Morning tea (provided by parents)
11:00-12:00: Children engage in quiet craft activities, book reading, quiet reading or watching a movie
12:00: Lunch followed by rest/ nap/ quiet time for children who require a sleep
13:30-15:00: Children play with the variety of toys and crafts available
15:00-15:30: Afternoon tea (provided by parents)
16:00-17:30: Free play
17:15-17:30: Parents arrive to collect their children and receive a handover about their child’s day or routine

FAQ’s

What are the food options?

The Hessel Group doesn’t supply food but can distribute the food provided by the convention centre or supervises the food provided by the families during mealtimes

Do I have to bring my own games?

The Hessel Group provides a large range of toys and equipment to cater for very young children up to children who are 12 years old. Children can bring their own toys if their parents allow them to. We do require parents to supply young children under 2 with all the supplies they will need for that day e.g. nappies, clothes, bottles, food, their pram and comforter etc.

Can I drop in any time to see my child?

Parents can feel free to drop in at any time during the day to see their child, they can take them out for lunch or stay and eat with them, we don’t stop the parents from seeing their children. We may however ask the parent to think twice if the child is prone to get upset if the parent leaves once they are settled in, this will be played by ear and discussed with the parent first.

Will you have an area for naptime?

This will depend on the room and how big it is, we often have a designated area for rest and have quiet activities after lunch to facilitate this. We follow individual children’s routines as closely as possible and work with the parents to guide us, we do however realise that children react differently in a crèche (unfamiliar) environment.

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