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.
September 29, 2016

The sky’s the limit. Celebrating with the community

Dubbo community celebrates Early Childhood Intervention Awareness Week.
September 1, 2016

Accept Difference, a disability awareness campaign to promote inclusion

Nancy Sposato, the the creative director and manager of the Accept Difference campaign reflects on inclusion and writes about how this initiative can help make the communities more inclusive.
August 5, 2016

Some lessons I have learned from inclusion

International researcher Prof. Phil Stain shares some significant lessons he has learnt from over 30 years of research and operation of an inclusive program for young children with autism and their families (LEAP Preschool).
May 11, 2016

Reimagining playgrounds for all children: The rise of #playforall Australia

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.