InclusionEdwebsite

InclusionED inclusionED is the result of research with input from: teachers members of school leadership teams professionals who are allied to education (such as therapists) education policymakers parents/carers students. Teachers and other professionals working in schools want to employ evidence-informed practices in their classrooms, but finding these practices can [...]

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Have you considered getting an ADHD coach as extra support?

Are you considering getting ADHD Coaching? We know 'pills don't teach skills'. After diagnosis you'll probably get your pills. But where do you get skills? One way is to get an ADHD Coach. Have you considered getting an ADHD coach as extra support? Do you want to know what [...]

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Places available in Cire’s Everyday Tech class Lilydale

Places available in Cire's Everyday Tech class Wednesdays 9.30am-2.30pm in Lilydale. Classes are designed for people who don't have regular access to technology and want to build their skills in  a friendly environment. Activities include literacy, numeracy, digital skills, communication, teamwork and problem-solving. Students can come on their own [...]

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Explore the world of Work Free Webinar

Explore the World of Work - Transition to Work We've all heard about NDIS School Leaver Employment Support (SLES), but do you really know how to access it and make the most of this invaluable opportunity? This free webinar is for school teachers, career advisors and families who support [...]

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ADHD in Adults – A guide to successfully living with ADHD

ADHD in Adults - A guide for successfully living with ADHD This booklet is designed to provide you with essential knowledge and practical strategies to support you in living successfully with ADHD. This booklet will also be helpful for those of you who are considering for the first time [...]

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National Conference for Regional, Rural and Remote Education October 2022

National Conference for Regional, Rural and Remote Education October 2022 Barossa Valley 12-14 October 2022 Keynote Speaker: The Hon Fiona Nash, Australia’s first Regional Education Commissioner Join us in the Barossa Valley from 12-14 October 2022 The conference theme “Partnerships for Collective Impact” aims to position community at the centre of [...]

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Linking Carers to Vocational Opportunity Project

Linking Carers to Vocational Opportunity Project Community Houses Association of the Outer-eastern Suburbs (CHAOS) Network Project Leader Leanne FitzGerald said carers need this project to give them the opportunity to consider their own needs and aspirations. If you'd like to explore opportunities for work, study or volunteering,  a Project [...]

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Youth Disability Advocacy Service Young Leaders Program

Young Leaders program Are you 14-25, identify as having a disability and want to organise events, help others or tell your story? Apply now for this year’s Young Leaders program, YDAS- Youth Disability Advocacy Service’s free online leadership program.

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