February / March are often known as the months that Adelaide come alive, largely because of the Fringe. Adelaide Fringe want everyone to experience the magic of the Fringe, and are committed to ensuring that artists and audiences of all abilities can make the most of the program. The Adelaide Fringe commences 14/02/2020 and ends 15/03/2020. […]
DARU (Disability Advocacy Resource Unit) are offering a free online course called ‘Inclusive Education’. Information about the course (from DARU’s website) is below: In this course you will learn: • Why we should integrate rather than segregate • The decision making process in developing an integration program • The integration support group best practice processes […]
Autism CRC and Autism Queensland are proud to launch the Adolescent/Adult Goal Setting Tool (AAGST) which gives people on the spectrum a voice in planning their futures, and greater control over their own lives. The tool provides a means of facilitating conversations about their goals and aspirations by using a card-sort process. The tool is […]
Supporting Justice RMIT University, Centre for Innovative Justice People with cognitive impairment and intellectual disability have the right to be treated fairly in the criminal justice system in Victoria. Supporting Justice provides practical resources to help people in the criminal justice system get fairer outcomes and needs-based support.
This short article is for people new to evaluation who are planning to conduct or commission an evaluation. Identifying evaluation questions From Child Family Community Australia
RediPlan – Plan for an emergency. Easy English. (Australian Red Cross).
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 […]
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 […]
Supporting staff to work with children and families with complex needs: A checklist for organisations This Emerging Minds paper provides managers, practice leaders and other decision makers with practical guidance on supporting staff to work with children and families with complex needs.
Creating autism-inclusive kindergartens Amaze is delighted to launch our latest resource, Autism and Inclusion at Kindergarten. This booklet is practical guide for Victoria’s early childhood teachers to support and engage autistic students in their classrooms. Download Autism and Inclusion at Kindergarten