DDA tip sheets

The topical Tip Sheets support services to understand and implement the DDA through grouping information under the headings of Know, Think and Do.

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School age care services must make reasonable adjustments to support children with disability to access and fully participate on the same basis as children without disability. Coordinators, leaders and educators…

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Children’s education and care services must make reasonable adjustments to support children with disability to access and participate on the same basis as children without disability. Service leaders and educators…

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Children’s education and care services must make reasonable adjustments to support children with disability to access and participate on the same basis as children without disability. Service leaders and educators…

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Supporting children and families during transitions supports continuity of learning. Effective communication supports successful transitions. When a child with disability engages in any major transition, it is important to carefully…

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Well-planned induction processes help new employees understand important aspects of their role and establish clear expectations of what is required from them and what to expect from others. Including Information…

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Collaborative relationships with families are central to achieving positive outcomes for children. Sometimes conversations that raise concerns about a child’s development, learning or behaviour can be hard for educators or…

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Accessible recruitment processes promote the value of diversity in the workplace and broaden your pool of applicants, increasing your chances to attract the best person for the role. Accessible recruitment…

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Educators and staff in children’s education and care services are important role models and require a unique set of skills, qualities, and qualifications. Recognising the importance of mindset, skills and…