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International Day of People with Disabilities - 3rd December

International Day of People with Disabilities aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate their achievements and contributions. This is an opportunity for us to make positive changes to the lives of the 4.4 million Australians with disability. This year’s theme is Transformative solutions for inclusive development: the role of innovation in fuelling an accessible and equitable world’

To find out more, click here, or make contact with your Inclusion Professional.

The Inclusion Support Program aims to build the capacity and capability of educators to address participation barriers for all children through implementing quality inclusive practices.

The NSW/ACT Inclusion Agency (IA) is part of the Inclusion Support Program (ISP) and is managed by KU Children’s Services, in partnership with Include Me and Gowrie NSW.

Understanding Inclusion

“Inclusion is an important ‘big idea’ but it is also a hands on, every day, very practical process that is lived out moment by moment.” - Dr Kathy Cologan (2021)

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Specialist Equipment Library

The Specialist Equipment Library (SEL) provides eligible early childhood education and care services with access to a range of resources, free of charge, to increase their capacity and capability to provide quality inclusive practices and address participation barriers.

Big Situations

This resource aims to support educators to include all children while responding to, and supporting recovery from, events that impact on the lives of children, families and communities.

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Childrens voices booklet

Children's Voices Project

Listening to children’s voices can inform educators’ reflection and planning both in their everyday work with children and when addressing broader issues of social justice and equity.