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  • One in all in

    "Governments, funding and services cannot keep people safe on their own, nor can they replace the richness of typical, freely given, relationships. People keep people safe and personal relationships are the key. I encourage families and support workers alike to continue finding ways to initiate, embed and sustain freely given...

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  • Brothers and Sisters

    Brothers and sisters have a vital role to play in each other’s lives. They share a family history together that has a powerful effect on who we become as adults and how we relate to the world.

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  • The birthday party host – a valued role for children

    The birthday party host – a valued role for children encourages typical but essential life experiences.

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  • Getting ready for school and life

    Are you thinking about school for your child? It is never too early to start thinking about the future. The resources below offer practical tips, strategies, ideas and information to help you start planning a positive future and look at some of the things that are important in achieving an inclusive...

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  • An Updated Sketch of the Rationales for the Existence and Independence of the Citizen Advocacy Office

    An exploration of the implementative/administrative mechanism and the presentation on newer thoughts that are more systemic. 

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  • Assumptions Underlying Citizen Advocacy

    This paper reviews twenty-two assumptions that point to, suggest and support Citizen Advocacy rather than some other valid moral strategy.

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  • Making the Most of Evaluation

    This article outlines some of the possible variables that influence the success of an evaluation effort. Parties wishing to make the most of their evaluation experience may find that attending to these variables produces more beneficial results.

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  • The Challenge that IS Citizen Advocacy

    This article looks at the origin of the Citizen Advocacy principles and talk about the challenges of this advocacy service.

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  • Resources for families

    An important part of our work is to strengthen the knowledge of families. Through the resources available in our online resource library the Inclusion Collection, we provide families with information that is both inspiring and practical and promote positive values about people with disability. 

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  • Employment opportunities for all - practical ideas and examples

    Below are examples of people with disability who have really thought about finding employment opportunities that have suited them and all of these began with having high expectations from families and having a vision. The examples of the individuals come with a variety of disabilities and varying support needs, some have...

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