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November 25, 2016
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How we talk about disability says a lot

Knowing the most acceptable way of referring to children or adults with developmental delay or disability can be confusing. In this article we write about the importance of language and the most respectful and accepted way of referring to people with disability.
November 10, 2016
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Supporting inclusion in early childhood settings

This blog written by Dr Coral Kemp, of Macquarie University Special Education Centre reflects on some of the barriers to successful early childhood inclusion and suggests some potential solutions. Dr Coral Kemp has had a long history of research, practice and writing about early childhood intervention in Australia and internationally.
October 27, 2016
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Celebrating Children’s Week

Children's Week is about the right of all children to enjoy childhood. This year, the Advocate for Children and Young People has launched a number of new initiatives to enable children to have their voice heard. Children's Week Awards have also recognised the work of two NSW early childhood intervention services around advocacy for young children with developmental delay and disability.
October 13, 2016
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Why kids with disability should be seen and heard – Inclusion in Media

Catia Malaquias writes about the full inclusion of children and adults with disability in all mainstream aspects of life, including the media.
September 29, 2016
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The sky’s the limit. Celebrating with the community

Dubbo community celebrates Early Childhood Intervention Awareness Week.