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For education professionals

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Our state and territory associations can support educators and assist schools to develop inclusive practices with:

  • dedicated education teams are available in some states
  • information and advice about Down syndrome and learning
  • education resources for parents and families
  • professional development and webinars
  • terminology and position guidelines on inclusive education.

Get in touch with your state or territory Down syndrome association to find out more.

1300 881 935

Resources for educators

tip sheet for teachers
Information sheet – for Teachers and educators
taking the next step
Fact sheet – Taking the next steps towards inclusion for teachers
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Poster – Supporting social inclusion in schools
DSA supporting social inclusion in schools cover
Fact sheet – Supporting social inclusion in schools
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Fact sheet – Supporting inclusive therapy
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Fact sheet – What is inclusive education
DSA inclusion in mainstream school case study Final cover
Case study – Ryan’s story
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Case study – Inclusion at University
Visual Supports Guide
Down Syndrome awareness package
Visual learning resources

Community Inclusion Toolkit – Education

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Education Toolkit

Our Education Toolkit provides teachers and educators with an understanding of inclusive education and the adjustments that can be made to support the participation of all.

Visit our Community Inclusion Toolkit here.

Webinars and events

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See our latest events on the Calendar
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See all of our webinars

Find out more about education and training services in your area

Visit our state and territory association pages to find out about education events in your area.

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