Resource Category
Video

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  • Community and Sport

    In this video with Gerard O'Dwyer, we find out what social inclusion is like for people with Down syndrome.

  • Community and Sport

    In this video Gerard O' Dwyer finds out what people with Down syndrome enjoy about their sport.

  • Education

    This webinar covers current research and emerging findings from the Down Syndrome Research Program at the University of Queensland.

  • Education

    This free webinar will give details of different communication methods that can be explored with individuals who are non-verbal or limited in their verbal capacity. It will also show visuals that can be used to assist a person to express their wants, needs and desires.

  • Education

    This webinar, aimed at educators, gives strategies and ideas to assist in making the transition to and around primary school as smooth as possible.

  • Education

    This webinar, aimed at educators, gives strategies and ideas to assist in making the transition to and around secondary school as smooth as possible. With access to free downloads, visuals and other considerations.

  • Webinars

    Join DSQ’s Support Services Team as they discuss the exploration of an additional diagnosis with Dr Honey Huessler, Medical Director, Child and Youth Community Services. We also hear from a parent who has navigated this process.

  • Webinars

    This session explores what it means to advocate for your child’s needs in a range of settings, with specific focus on areas such as health, school and the NDIS.

  • Webinars

    Feeling confused about what a therapy assistant is, and how they differ from a support worker? Join us as we explore the role of a therapy assistant and the role they can contribute to your child’s developmental journey.

  • Webinars

    Understanding Inclusion Support when starting childcare or transitioning to before/after school care programs. This webinar discusses planning and support when your child is accessing care in settings outside the home.

  • This short animation explains the new national website for Down Syndrome Australia and some of the new features for finding information.

  • Employment

    This video from Down Syndrome Victoria shows why employing someone with Down syndrome is good for business.

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