Resources for learning at home
Learning at home during a time of crisis: COVID-19
This resource helps children and young people with disability with learning at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can download the Learning at home during a time of crisis here.
From the Australian Coalition for Inclusive Education (ACIE)
Ten top tips for teaching your child with Down syndrome at home
These tips are suggestions to help parents with teaching children at home by Dr Rhonda Faragher.
Download Ten Top Tips (PDF) or Ten Top Tips (WORD) here.
Learning resources and ideas for children and teens
You can find a wide range of tools, resources and ideas for supporting children to learn at home.
Visit our Learning resource page here.
Learning and online safety
Learning at home and online tools should be a safe and positive experience. When exploring new platforms and digital technologies, take a few minutes to make sure that you stay safe online.
Social media and online safety guide
Down Syndrome Australia developed this guide to help people with Down syndrome use the internet and social media in a safe way. Download the Social media and online safety guide here.
Online safety guides and tools.
The eSafety Commissioner website has a range of resources to help parents, carers and children stay safe online.
‘Being Safe Online’ is an Easy Read guide to staying safe online.
The COVID-19 Global Online Safety Advice for Parents and Carers is a guide for parents to explain risks and ways to stay safe online.