Resource: Red Flags Early Identification Guide for children aged birth to five years SECOND EDITION

The Red Flags Early Identification Guide (for children aged birth to five years) is a health resource for professionals (including general practitioners, child health nurses, allied health professionals and early childhood educators) working with families, to help identify developmental concerns early, so families can receive support from the right professionals at the right time. Children’s […]

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New resources on the Peer Connect Website

The Peer Connect website provides practical information about peer networks in Australia, focusing on the disability community. There are three brand new workbooks about setting up and running peer networks – Strong Peer Networks: Connecting the Beads Together. These workbooks have been created by people who are running peer networks around Australia. They are guides to help […]

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Resources for planning of supports for individuals with developmental disabilities

The Personal Preference Indicators: A guide for planning – The purpose of this index is to assist you in planning with and for a person with a developmental disability. The Personal Preference Indicators are not checklists, but are a guide to accessing information about the person’s preference (Moss, Jan. 1997, 2006. The Personal Preference Indicator. Center […]

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Resource – Keeping Kids Central eLearning course 

Resource –Keeping Kids Central eLearning course This online course, produced by the Institute of Child Protection Studies at the Australian Catholic University, looks at child-centred approaches in work with children and young people, particularly those that have experienced family violence. Keeping Kids Central is a free online course designed to help practitioners understand and apply […]

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