Recipient—youngest regular care child date of birth, MMYYYY
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Element|
|Short name:||Youngest Regular Care Child date of birth|
|Registration status:||Commonwealth Department of Social Services (retired), Standard 20/06/2018|
The date of birth of the youngest child for which a recipient has regular care, expressed as MMYYYY.
|Data Element Concept:||Recipient—youngest regular care child date of birth|
Value domain attributes
|Maximum character length:||6|
Data element attributes
Collection and usage attributes
Regular care is defined as care provided by the recipient to a child between 14% and 34% of the time. This is between 52 and 127 nights a year, or 2 to 4 nights of care a fortnight.
Recipients with regular care children are eligible for Family Tax Benefit Rent Assistance.
Where a recipient who is paying child support payments also has regular care of a child, the child support payments are adjusted to acknowledge that the recipient directly contributes to the costs of raising the child through regular care.
Source and reference attributes
Australian Government Department of Social Services
|Implementation in Data Set Specifications:|
Children Cluster Commonwealth Department of Social Services (retired), Standard 20/06/2018