May 11, 2017

Why is inter-professional communication so hard?

Child philologists Amelia Hawkins poses a number of pertinent questions around professional collaboration.
February 17, 2017

What is an ECI practitioner’s role in early childhood inclusion? A new graduate’s reflection

Rachel Knights, new graduate speech pathologist with EarlyEd reflects on her role when visiting a early childhood setting. Information about the new free Working Together Agreement resource which promotes early childhood inclusion is also included.
February 16, 2017

Building friendships with Lego

Ruby Wright, Children’s Development and Disability Services Manager from Connect Child and Family Services, tells us about an innovative social skills program which is showing positive outcomes for children in schools in the Nepean and Blue Mountains region.
February 2, 2017

We have a real challenge

Sara Stockman reflects upon the Teaching Pyramid as an effective framework to support early childhood inclusion.
November 25, 2016

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.