Blog

May 11, 2017

Why is inter-professional communication so hard?

Child psychologist, Amelia Hawkins poses a number of pertinent questions around professional collaboration.
April 19, 2017

A refreshing change…

Speech Pathologist, Esther Joliffe reflects on the learnings and benefits of a career move from private practice to a not-for-profit early childhood intervention service in regional NSW.
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.
March 16, 2017

Are We the Same?

Ithia Farah shares an innovative program which supports inclusion through drawing and symbolic representation. As the facilitator, parents and other professionals and children draw their feelings, experiences and opinions, they started to unpack bias.
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.