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What is a Strategic Inclusion Plan (SIP)? – Video

A Strategic Inclusion Plan (or ‘SIP’) is a planning tool for services accessing the Inclusion Support Programme. It documents goals and progress, helping your service to ensure all children experience a sense of belonging.

Try these reflective questions to use with this video, either individually or at your next staff meeting or PD session:

  • When it comes to inclusion, what are your biggest goals?
  • What are the benefits of having a Strategic Inclusion Plan (SIP)?
  • How and when can you use a SIP as a planning and documentation tool?
  • How does a SIP link to your Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) and why might it be a valuable asset during the assessment and rating process?
  • How can a SIP help you get ahead when it comes to supporting the inclusion of all children at your service?

Reflective questions_What is a Strategic Inclusion Plan (SIP)?

 
AUSkey: Quick guide for education and care services – Video

What is an AUSkey and does your early or middle childhood service need one?

Just as you need a key to your house, you need a key to access the Inclusion Support Portal. This ‘AUSKey’ ensures that children’s confidential details are protected and can only be seen by authorised people in your organisation.

Try these reflective questions to use with this video, either individually or at your next staff meeting or PD session:

  • Do you face any barriers when it comes to setting up your AUSkey?
  • Where will you record your password and how will you remember it?
  • Where is the best place to download your AUSkey – computer or USB? (Tip: Think about where you would like to work on your Strategic Inclusion Plan)
  • Who should have the Standard AUSkey at your service? E.g. director, educational leader, 2IC

Reflective questions_AUSkey: Quick guide for education and care services

 
Inclusion Support Portal: Tips and tricks – Video

Handy hints and tips for getting started with the Inclusion Support Portal.

Try these reflective questions to use with this video, either individually or at your next staff meeting or PD session:

  • What are the benefits of having access to the IS Portal?
  • How can you use the IS Portal to document and improve your practice?
  • What are some ways you can share information on the IS Portal with your team?

Reflective questions_Inclusion Support Portal: Tips and tricks

 
Parental Consent Form – KU Children's Services

To enable the service to access funding, documentary evidence must be provided from the parent/guardian that confirms:

  • a diagnosed disability (including development delay) or diagnosed medical condition, or
  • a current and ongoing assessment for disability.

The ISP requires consent from a parent/guardian to disclose this documentary evidence for the purposes of administering the ISP. The application for funding in respect of your child cannot be processed without the provision of this information.

This form is suitable for education and care services located in regions 1, 3, 5 and 8: 
Alpine, Ararat, Bayside, Benalla, Boroondara, Brimbank, Colac - Otway, Corangamite, Glen Eira, Glenelg, Golden Plains, Greater Geelong, Greater Shepparton, Hindmarsh, Hobson's Bay, Horsham, Hume, Indigo, Kingston, Mansfield, Maribrynong, Melton, Moira, Monash, Moonee Valley, Moyne, Northern Grampians, Port Phillip, Pyrenees, Queenscliffe, Southern Grampians, Stonnington, Strathbogie, Surf Coast, Towong, Wangaratta, Warrnambool, West Wimmera, Wodonga, Wyndham and Yarriambiack.

Download ISP KU Parental Consent

 
Parental Consent Form – Community Child Care Association

To enable the service to access funding, documentary evidence must be provided from the parent/guardian that confirms:

  • a diagnosed disability (including development delay) or diagnosed medical condition, or
  • a current and ongoing assessment for disability.

The ISP requires consent from a parent/guardian to disclose this documentary evidence for the purposes of administering the ISP. The application for funding in respect of your child cannot be processed without the provision of this information.

This form is suitable for education and care services located in regions 2 and 6: 
Ballarat, Banyule, Bendigo, Buloke, Campaspe, Central Goldfields, Darebin, Ganawarra, Greater Bendigo, Hepburn, Loddon, Macedon Ranges, Melbourne, Mildura, Mitchell, Moorabool, Moreland, Mount Alexander, Swan Hill, Whittlesea, and Yarra.

Download ISP CCC Parent Consent

 
Parental Consent Form – Yooralla

To enable the service to access funding, documentary evidence must be provided from the parent/guardian that confirms:

  • a diagnosed disability (including development delay) or diagnosed medical condition, or
  • a current and ongoing assessment for disability.

The ISP requires consent from a parent/guardian to disclose this documentary evidence for the purposes of administering the ISP. The application for funding in respect of your child cannot be processed without the provision of this information.

This form is suitable for education and care services located in regions 4, 7 and 9: 
Bass Coast, Baw Baw, Cardinia, Casey, East Gippsland, Frankston, Greater Dandenong, La Trobe, Manningham, Maroondah, Mornington Peninsula, Nillumbik, South Gippsland, Wellington, Whitehorse and Yarra Ranges.

Download ISP Yooralla Parental Consent

 
Specialist Equipment Library – Item request form

The Inclusion Support Programme (ISP) provides assistance to early childhood and child care (ECCC) services to address barriers to inclusion. This assistance may include access to the Specialist Equipment Library which is managed by the Inclusion Agency (IA) in each jurisdiction. This request is subject to approval in line with the ISP Guidelines and the suitability and availability of requested equipment.

ECCC services are responsible for returning this form, along with relevant supporting documentation, to: email: specialistequipment@yooralla.com.au 

Specialist Equipment Library item request form