Inclusion Support Program
The Inclusion Support Program (ISP) assists education and care services to include children with additional needs alongside their peers.
The Inclusion Support Program (ISP) assists education and care services to provide and embed quality inclusive practices into their delivery of early learning programs for all children, to address access and participation barriers and to support the inclusion of children with additional needs, with their typically developing peers.
Seven Inclusion Agencies across eight states and territories are available to work with services to provide a quality inclusive environment for children with additional needs. Inclusion Agencies have an established network of Inclusion Professionals to provide practical and tailored advice and support to services on effective inclusive practice, including techniques for improvement and solutions to address particular barriers.
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