To be truly inclusive in Early Childhood Services we must look at the child as a whole and identify all the possible keys to inclusion, be it disability, gender, culture and language. All children deserve to be included and inspired in order to thrive.
Parents of children with disabilities often say that one of the most helpful things is hearing the experiences of another parent who has already been there. This is the story of one family's transition to school and what made it succesful.
Imagine a world where all children can go to their local playground to play. Caroline Ghatt tells about why she embarked on the
"Play for All" campaign for playgrounds everywhere to be inclusively designed to be accessible to children of all abilities.
Universal Design for Learning is a new way of thinking about creating learning opportunities for all children. In this Blog article Caitlin Townsend from Jamberoo preschool shares the way in which the UDL principles are embedded in their practice.