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  • Pocket Guide to Advocacy

    The inevitability of advocacy is particularly true when parents share a desire for an inclusive life for their son or daughter with developmental disabilities: for their children to have a good life in community. Advocacy in itself does not imply a struggle or an adversarial process. Every parent advocates for the well-being of the children whether or not they have a disability.

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  • The purpose of life is a life with purpose: creating meaningful futures through valued roles.

    ‘Person Centered Practice’, ‘Self Direction’, ‘Community Inclusion’ and ‘Participation’ are words we hear all the time. What does it really mean and how can we actually assist people have a life that reflects the rhetoric? I have seen many programs that sound great, using words such as these to describe what they do...

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  • Inclusive Education - From Promise to Practice

    Inclusive Education - From Promise to Practice

    After more than 40 years of practice and research, the full inclusion of students with intellectual and other disabilities in regular education classrooms continues to be problematic and often controversial. Attend this workshop to define and embark on quality inclusive schooling that benefits ALL children.

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  • Community Pathways - A Powerful Means to an Inclusive Life

    Community Pathways - A Powerful Means to an Inclusive Life

    There is much discussion as the NDIS emerges across Australia concerning inclusion of people with disability. What authentic inclusion is has already been seriously misunderstood to the detriment of people with disability. This workshop will clearly define what it means to be included and how to be mindful of the trappings of less effective practices.

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  • Let's Get Started...Getting Ready for School and Life

    Let's Get Started...Getting Ready for School and Life

    An information session for families who would like to know more about educating children with and without disabilities in the same classes and schools.

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  • Families Getting NDIS Ready

    Families Getting NDIS Ready

    This workshop is designed to facilitate thinking and discussion about how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) could best work for your family member.

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  • Families Getting NDIS Ready

    Families Getting NDIS Ready

    This workshop is designed to facilitate thinking and discussion about how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) could best work for your family member.

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  • Families Getting NDIS Ready

    Families Getting NDIS Ready

    This workshop is designed to facilitate thinking and discussion about how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) could best work for your family member.

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  • The Good Life

    The Good Life

    Hugh Mackay has spent his entire working life asking Australian's about their values, motivations, ambitions, hopes and fears. In The Good Life , he addresses the ultimate question: What makes a life worth living? His conclusion is provocative.

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  • ONE OF THE KIDS - PENRITH

    ONE OF THE KIDS - PENRITH

    Learn about inclusive education, hear from a parent whose child is learning in the regular class and see how inclusion can work at schools.

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