A range of resources are available to support services to provide inclusive environments and programs for all children.
Sometimes the most helpful resources are the ones that help us to reflect on our practice and support us to think differently.

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Understanding Behaviour Poster

Understanding Behaviour Poster

This poster supports educators to critically reflect on thier practice as individuals and together as a team.

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Meeting the sleep, rest and relaxation needs of all children

Meeting the sleep, rest and relaxation needs of all children

This resource supports educators to reflect on how they can work with children and families to provide appropriate opportunities to meet each child’s need for sleep, rest, and relaxation.

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Building resilience in children aged 0–12

Building resilience in children aged 0–12

This guide aims to assist practitioners to promote children’s resilience and raise community awareness about it more broadly.

Early Years Connect

Early Years Connect

Information sheets including: creating inclusive early childhood education and care services, the principles of inclusion, the legislation, leading and implementing change and working with families and service providers.

Early Childhood Australia and Early Childhood Intervention Australia – Position Statement on the inc

Early Childhood Australia and Early Childhood Intervention Australia – Position Statement on the inc

A position statement that aims to create a vision of high quality inclusive practices in early childhood education and care.
 

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Emerging Minds

Emerging Minds

The National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health has been established the Emerging Minds website to assist professionals and organisations who work with children and/or parents/families to have the skills to identify assess and support children at risk of mental health conditions. Access free training, practice guides, webinars, tools, information and news.

 

Working Together Agreement

Working Together Agreement

The Working Together Agreement has been developed to support educators to work collaboratively with early childhood intervention practitioners and families to promote early childhood inclusion for young children with developmental delay and/or disability. This free package includes sample letters, checklists, the agreement itself and shared practice standards and guidelines.

Raising Children

Raising Children

Raising Children website explores up-to-date, evidence-based, scientifically validated information about raising children and caring for yourself. This particular link focuses on speech and language delays.

Strengths of Australian Aboriginal cultural practices in family life and child rearing

Strengths of Australian Aboriginal cultural practices in family life and child rearing

This paper explores some of the characteristics of traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural practices that contribute to effective family functioning, and how these practices can have positive effects on children and communities.

MyTime

MyTime

MyTime is for parents and carers of children with a disability, developmental delay or chronic medical condition. It’s a place for you to unwind and talk about your experiences. It’s a world away from appointments and therapy.

PlayConnect

PlayConnect

PlayConnect is a free, safe and supported playgroup program for children on the Autism Spectrum, or with developmental delays or behavioural concerns, and thier families.   We provide over 40 groups across the country for children aged 0 to 5 years.


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This page provides a listing of resources relating to inclusion which may be of interest to educators.  The Inclusion Support QLD aims to list inclusion-related, high quality resources from reputable sources on this page, however Inclusion Support QLD cannot regulate or guarantee the quality or accuracy of details, and relevance of resources listed and is not responsible for any errors or omissions.  All content on this page is shared here for information purposes only and the Inclusion Support QLD does not endorse or promote any specific resource listed on this page.  Early Childhood and Child Care services should use their own professional judgments when deciding what resources will best suit their needs. 

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