Blog

July 7, 2016

Disability in a Cultural Context

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.
June 23, 2016

Change the child or change the environment?

Read about the learnings from a study which explored the inclusion of a child with autism in a mainstream early childhood setting.
June 9, 2016

One family’s transition to school story in videos

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.
May 20, 2016

Making time to learn about Aboriginal culture

Thinking independently, but together at the same time to be truly inclusive is like asking a child to pat their head and rub their tummy…..but guess what….we can do it! Taking the time to simply chat cannot be underestimated.
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.