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One of the Kids - Taree
A FREE workshop for parents on how to achieve and maintain an inclusive education for their child with disability. Open to parents with children with disability in or approaching the school years.
Learn about inclusive education, hear stories of success from a parent guest speaker and see how inclusion works in the regular classroom. This workshop is free to attend and will cover: - How the school years can lead to a meaningful life - A brief history of disability education - What an inclusive education looks like - Evidence and support for inclusive education - How inclusion can look in the classroom - Education policies and supports that exist within schools - Advocacy tools and strategies from families Hear from a family whose child is learning in the regular classroom.
0-1 - Infants
2-3 - Toddlers
4-5 - Children
5-12 - Children
13-19 - Teens
Club Taree, 121 Wingham Road TAREE, Hunter New England
Play and Learn
Grandparents, Multicultural Families, Young Parents, Young Fathers, Young Mothers, Mothers, Fathers, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Parents, Parents whose children are Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander , Parents of children with additional needs, Parents who are separated or divorced, Kinship / Foster Carers, LGBTI Parents
$10 per session -this can be negotiated for a family experiencing financial hardship
Bungarabee Centre, 48-50 Oaklands Rd Hazelbrook, Nepean Blue Mountains
The Resourcing Parents project would like to acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional Aboriginal owners of the land on which they work and they would also like to pay their respect to elders past and present.