Following on from their previous blog on why inclusion might be considered a wicked problem, John Nash and Beth Rous reflect on how design thinking - a deliberate and thoughtful solution-seeking approach for addressing complex problems - is well-suited to address unsolved challenges in inclusion.
The first in a two part series, in this blog article Drs John Nash and Beth Rous consider why true inclusion of children with a developmental delay or disability is so important and yet can be difficult to achieve.
It is early childhood intervention awareness week. This blog article invites readers to reflect on the importance of talking about early childhood intervention with members of their community to deepen the understanding of the supports available and why earlier is better.
Mother, Laura Wilson reflects on her son's participation at the NSW Public Schools State Cross Country Championships. Laura tells us why his inclusion in sport was so important and the steps they took to get there.