This parent / carer information session is presented by  Jacqueline Currey - Advocacy and Leadership Coordinator at Family Advocacy

Lets get started - Getting Ready for School

All students learning together 

Educating children with or without disability in the same classes and schools

What we will cover: 

  • choosing a school
  • the transition to school
  • possible supports at school (emphasis on the NSW State system)
  • your relationship with the school
  • research about the benefits of mainstream education

Info Session Details

11:00am to 12:00pm - presentation by Jacqueline Currey

12:00pm to 1:00pm - Question and Answer Session 

Tea, Coffee and light refreshments will be provided

Book your place so that we can confirm numbers. The session will run subject to demand.

An information session exploring the lifelong benefits of and strategies to achieve an inclusive education for children with a developmental disability*

Family Advocacy is an independent and impartial advocacy organisation that works with families across NSW
to promote and defend the rights and interests of people who have developmental disability*

The organisation is managed and staffed by parents and allies of people with disability who
recognise the issues families face and who can assist in strengthening the advocacy of families.

**Developmental disability is a disability that occurs in the developmental period of a person’s life (in the period from conception
to adulthood) and includes intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, autism, and any
combination of physical, intellectual or sensory disability.

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