A handy fact sheet noting the more commonly used acronyms in relation to the current Inclusion Support Program.
What are the key differences between the previous Inclusion and Professional Support Program (IPSP) and the new Inclusion Support Program (ISP)?
Who is eligible for support under the new ISP?
How do I access the IS Portal?F
What is a SIP and how do I get one?
What types of funding are available and how do I apply?
Download this resource sheet that delivers a snapshot of the key differences between the old program and the new Inclusion Support Program as well as information about funding streams, specialist equipment, AUSkey, Strategic Inclusion Plan, documentary evidence requirements and more!
A short guide that explains how to go about entering important information into the IS Portal.
Amaze is the peak body for people on the autistic spectrum and their supporters in Victoria, have a look around the website to learn about the Autistic Spectrum and access resources.
Explore the website – listen to the stories of people with a disability; learn more about disability in Australia.
Early Childhood Intervention Australia Victoria/Tasmania is the peak body for early childhood intervention in these states. Check out the website and follow the links to the inclusion hub for more resources.
Explore the language section of Raising Children Network website. Learn about language development, language delay and speech disorders and more. Go to the website and search language for all the options.
Check out the research, resources and links on this website. What might you be able to use in your service?
Explore this UK website to find out about ages and stages, supporting the needs of all children and develop your skills and knowledge.
Explore the Kids Matter website, find out about social development and behaviour, learn how you can understand behaviours, respond compassionately and help children recognise and express their feelings. There is also a dedicated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resource portal. Explore and enjoy.
Narragunnawali (pronounced narra-gunna-wally) is a word from the language of the Ngunnawal people meaning alive, wellbeing, coming together and peace. Explore this website and learn more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions. How do you create an environment in your service that has a high level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions?
Explore this website to learn more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions. How do you create an environment in your service that has a high level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions?
SNAICC is a peak body representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Check out the resources page.
FKA Children’s Services advocates for children’s cultural and linguistic rights and provides support to education and care services in the provision of culturally rich environments that support a civil society. Explore this website and see where it takes you.
Foundation house is an organisation whose aim is to advance the health, wellbeing and human rights of people from refugee backgrounds, who have experienced torture or other traumatic events. Take a look at the resources such as “calmer classroom”.
Check out this website for more information and a range of facts sheets related to speech and language development.