Collaborative Team Work

April 6, 2017

Connecting beyond diagnosis. A social worker’s approach to supporting families.

Families often talk about the range of strong emotions experienced around the time of diagnosis of disability for their child and there is research sbout the influence of the way a diagnosis is received impacting on families for years to come. In this blog, Jessica Maccallum, Social Worker from the Disability Specialist Unit, Burwood talks about the ways she works with families around the time of diagnosis, and a checklist she uses to ensure information and support is responsively and consistently provided.
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.
December 9, 2016

Early childhood inclusion, my most meaningful career moments.

November 10, 2016

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.