Information on services to support children with additional needs, including the move to the NDIS.
What hearing loss is, what it means for your child's education and where to go for extra help.
Early intervention services, starting childcare and support at kindergarten.
What vision loss or blindness means for your child's education.
Different ways to get your child's vision tested and support after an assessment.
What the law says, your child's rights and education provider responsibilities.
Where you can get your child's hearing tested and how to find communication support.
What do do if your child needs additional support at kindergarten due to disability or developmental delay.
Visiting specialist teachers, the Statewide Vision Resource Centre and the expanded core curriculum.
Early intervention services for hearing loss, starting childcare and support at kindergarten.
Changes to the way your child is supported in their learning, the school environment and additional supports.
Talking to teachers, support at meetings and making decisions about your child's education.
Support and information for families when their baby or young child is diagnosed with a hearing impairment.
Planning for primary school, meeting with support groups and sharing information.
Learning support, accessible buildings and equipment, specialist staff and other programs.
Working with your child's school to make decisions about their education.
Extra funding to help government schools support students with disability and high needs.
Applying for the NDIS and how it can affect your child at school.
Planning the move from year 6 to year 7 and what parents and schools can do.
Life after school, work experience, careers and further education.
Help with travel for students at specialist schools.
What autism means for your child's education, and finding support and advice.
Autism assessment and what happens next.
Programs and resources to support autistic students at school.
Dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD and what they mean for your child's education.
How teachers assess your child's learning and can identify a learning difficulty.
Working with education providers, homework and support for parents.
What intellectual disability means for your child's education and where to find support and advice.
What physical disability and health care needs mean for your child's education.
How learning needs and intellectual development is assessed by teachers and psychologists.
Help from psychologists, speech pathologists and other health professionals at school.
Includes how teachers assess, plan for and support your child's learning.
Training to meet your child’s high medical needs and support if they're away from school for a long time.
How schools can be more accessible and apply for funding for extra equipment.
What speech, language and communciation needs mean for your child's education.
How teachers and speech pathologists assess your child's communication needs.
Learning to travel independently, keeping your child safe.
Finding a school, reasonable adjustments and visiting teachers.
Working with the kindergarten to support your child with additional needs