The late 1990’s saw some significant changes to program structure, including greater formalisation in line with Government programs and funding structures, the legacy of which can be seen in many of our current programs. In 1997 FRANS was approved by the NSW Government as a ‘Post School Options’ provider and the first intake of what were then termed ‘service users’ commenced the following year. Prior to 1997 FRANS had offered two segregated centre-based vacation programs. These programs evolved into a ‘Community Access’ children’s service. 1997 also saw the development of the video “Everyone Can Play”, which was inclusive of children with a disability. This was followed by the 1999 video production ‘Out and About’, a video about Community Access for people with a disability. In 1999 FRANS became a designated service provider for the Inner West Carer Respite brokerage funds, for short term 24 hour respite care. This was followed in 2000 by funding for a Flexible Respite Options program.