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Community Inclusion Toolkit – Education Resources

Enabled Learning

Enabled LearningEnabled Learning is a resources for educators working with students with Down syndrome. It combines information, insights, research, practical strategies and ideas to expand the understanding of teachers and provide tools, ideas and resources that can be incorporated into each individual educational context.

Enabled Learning, Primary or Secondary, is available for purchase from the DSAQ online shop.

Reading Our Way

Reading our wayReading Our Way is an exciting reading program developed by DSAQ that has been designed to teach early reading and word recognition to both children and adults with an intellectual disability. The all-inclusive program teaches sight words through fun, interactive and engaging activities, with everything that is needed to implement the program included in the kit.

The kit can be purchased directly from Reading Our Way or from the DSAQ online shop.

Today I learned about Down syndrome

Today I learned about DSToday I learned about Down syndrome is a brochure for classmates of learners with Down syndrome. Hard copies are available from Down Syndrome Victoria.

School awareness package

The objective of the Schools Awareness (otherwise known as Lots of Socks) package is to raise awareness of Down syndrome in primary school settings and to assist social and educational inclusion of children with Down syndrome in their school community. This classroom education activity can be included as part of the creative writing curriculum for all primary school grades. The definitions and explanations contained within the package are levelled at primary school children and the language is easy to understand for children from five years of age.

Other helpful resources

All Means All – Inclusion Toolkit for Parents