Are you looking to learn more about Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to better support children and families in your service? Allplay learn have put together a helpful website that explores what ADHD means, strengths of those who have ADHD and evidence-based strategies and practice tips for educators.
Needing a gastrointestinal tube or button can be confusing for a child. This guide for children, developed by the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust, explores the need for a feeding alternative, the process and what children and families can expect.
Strong relationships with families play a vital role in supporting children with health issues in education and care. This article from Starting Blocks helps families with children with health issues understand how they can best work with their children's services to support the needs of their child.
Under the National Quality Framework, it is important all children attending education and care have their safety, health and wellbeing needs met. For children with health care needs, this often means additional requirements. Understand Victorian policy around medical and health needs, and discover simple things you can do in your service to best support all children.
Create inclusive education environments for children with developmental challenges and disabilities on the AllPlay Learn website. There’s a heap of free educator resources to help children feel more secure, confident and connected, including an emotion card set, strengths and abilities communication checklist and downloadable picture books.