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A lot of schools around Australia are closed at the moment. This means that children and parents are having to manage learning from home.
The Australian Coalition for Inclusive Education has developed a new resource about learning at home during coronavirus. They’ve put together information to help students with disability and their families organise and plan for home schooling. Inclusion Australia has converted this information into three Easy Read resources. The resources are filled with practical tips and helpful links.
The Inclusion Australia resources are separated into:
The information in the resources helps parents support their children while they learn from home.
The resources include information on:
Please remember to be realistic and kind to yourself and your family. Do what you can and don’t worry if your child doesn’t get all their schoolwork done.
You can also find the original resource on the Australian Coalition for Inclusive Education website.
The Information for Parents resource may be helpful if you are supporting parents with intellectual disability who have school age children.
Some of Inclusion Australia’s members also have a great range of Easy Read resources, including Victorian Advocacy League for Individuals with Disability (VALID), Council for Intellectual Disability (CID), Speak Out and Developmental Disability WA.