Region 13 – Resources

See below for some great resources

Check out this list of useful disability focused newsletters that you can subscribe to. This list has been compiled by the Municipal Disability Team at Knox City Council.


Broaden Your Horizons provides a wide range of information to help young people with disability, their families/carers and other professionals prepare for life after school.


Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training

 ADCET provides information, advice and resources to disability practitioners, academics, teachers and students on inclusive practices within the post-secondary education sector.


Belonging Matters Inc. is a not for profit capacity enhancing service that provides education, resources, mentoring and advice about social inclusion and belonging. Check out these great programs:

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Building Community Networks Circles of Support are a group of people that form a community around a person with  disabilities to assist him or her to achieve personal goals.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Talks That Matter is a unique, online video strategy  which harnesses the leadership of people with disabilities, families and allies who have challenged exclusionary practices. TTM is an ideal learning and teaching resource for peopTTM Logo green to match BM logo.pngle with a disability, families, support workers, organisations, students, teachers, trainers, planners, professionals, managers, CEOs, policy makers and others who are boundary pushers!


Disability Awareness

Disability Awareness offer e-learning suites on Disability awareness. Including Introduction to Disability Awareness for any audience and programs specific to staff and educators in the VET sector. These cover a broad range of discussions from student needs and rights through to course design. These resources are totally free!