Come along to this free workshop to learn about inclusive education, hear stories of success from a parent guest speaker and see how inclusion works in the regular classroom.
A workshop for families of children with developmental disability* in or approaching the school years.
This workshop will cover:
* How the school years can lead to a meaningful life
* A brief history of disability education
* How inclusion can look in the classroom
* Evidence and support for inclusive education
* Education policies and supports that exist within schools
Come along and hear from a family member as they share their story of their child who is learning in the regular classroom.
*Developmental disability is a disability that occurs in the developmental period of a person’s life (in the period from conception to adulthood) and includes intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, autism, and any combination of physical, intellectual or sensory disability.
Family Advocacy works with families to promote and defend the rights and interests of people with developmental disability. We were founded by families of people with disability, and differ from carer organisations in that our family members are advocating for people with disability to have a good, ordinary life
Contact the event organiser
Type Community Diary
Format Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks