4 Dec 2019
Inclusive Christmas Festivities
Want ideas to keep kids busy this holiday? How about some easy craft projects? Here are some tips to help you spread the joy and have an inclusive Christmas
18 Nov 2019
Chickens to the rescue
Craig was always happiest when it came to animals. When his depression and anxiety made it hard to leave his room, his love of animals turned things around.
28 Oct 2019
Inclusive Halloween activities for kids
Whether you’re hosting a Halloween party for your child or celebrating at home, these Halloween activities will ensure that your Halloween is spooktactular!
22 Oct 2019
Is my child shy or is it a sign of autism?
Many parents ponder the question of whether their child is shy or whether their shyness is a sign of autism, as the line between the two can be quite blurry
22 Oct 2019
Autism vs ADHD: explaining the difference between the two
Autism and ADHD can get confused. There’s an overlap between the symptoms of both conditions. Here's explaining some differences between the two.
7 Oct 2019
Virtual Disability Conference 2020 – Call for papers
Have you worked on a project that looks at inclusion in people with disability? Do you have evidence to support your argument? We want to hear from you!
3 Oct 2019
Early diagnosis and how it helps your child
A key benefit of early diagnosis is that it can help you understand how your child sees the world, particularly in the case of conditions like autism.
24 Sep 2019
Hosting a fun party for kids of all abilities
Hosting a inclusive kids’ party where everyone can have fun, including kids with a disability, can seem tricky. Here are some quick tips to get you started.
20 Sep 2019
Top 5 tips on making the most of the Royal Melbourne Show
The Royal Melbourne Show has a range of activities for people of all abilities. Here are some top tips on how you can make the most of your day at the show.
12 Sep 2019
In the voice of a writer – Telescope
The Melbourne Fringe Festival is no news to Melbournians. This year you get the chance to hear from diverse writers with lived experience of disability.