Disability Standards for Education: A Practical Guide for Individuals, Families and Communities This resource aims to increase awareness and understanding of the Disability Standards for Education 2005 among individuals, families and communities throughout Australia. It was developed by the University of Canberra in collaboration with ten funding partners: Australian Capital Territory Government Education and Training Directorate Australian Government Department of Education Catholic Education Commission New South Wales New South Wales Department of Education and Communities Northern Territory Government Department of Education Queensland Department of Education, Training and Employment South Australian Department for Education and Child Development The Department of Education Tasmania The Department of Education Western Australia Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development The above agencies collaborated with the University of Canberra for three years to develop this resource and a suite of online lessons for school staff under the Disability Standards for Education eLearning project. This is a general resource about the rights of students with disability and how schools can work with students and their families to support them. The suite of online lessons for staff of Australian education providers is available at - http://dse.theeducationinstitute.edu.au/.

 ADHD Advocacy at School /  Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Disability Standards for Education: A Practical Guide for Individuals, Families and Communities This resource aims to increase awareness and understanding of the Disability Standards for Education 2005 among individuals, families and communities throughout Australia. It was developed by the University of Canberra in collaboration with ten funding partners: Australian Capital Territory Government Education and Training Directorate Australian Government Department of Education Catholic Education Commission New South Wales New South Wales Department of Education and Communities Northern Territory Government Department of Education Queensland Department of Education, Training and Employment South Australian Department for Education and Child Development The Department of Education Tasmania The Department of Education Western Australia Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development The above agencies collaborated with the University of Canberra for three years to develop this resource and a suite of online lessons for school staff under the Disability Standards for Education eLearning project. This is a general resource about the rights of students with disability and how schools can work with students and their families to support them. The suite of online lessons for staff of Australian education providers is available at - http://dse.theeducationinstitute.edu.au/.

 ADHD Resources for Education Professionals /  Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD) The NCCD is an annual collection of information about Australian school students with disability. The NCCD enables schools, education authorities and governments to better understand the needs of students with disability and how they can be best supported at school.  

 ADHD Resources for Education Professionals /  Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Paula Tazzyman - Accredited Practising Dietician & Accredited Nutritionist Children with ASD/ADHD can have very complex eating issues. A dietician that understands these complexities can be instrument in supporting children with ASD/ADHD to make positive gains in their development, learning & behaviour. Areas where a dietician can be of help: Selective eating and food refusal Correcting nutritional deficiencies Supporting better concentration & learning Improving behaviour Reducing anxiety & depression Improving digestive health Improving sleeping patterns Identifying food intolerance Strengthening immune system Diet modifications Evidence-based supplementation Paula Tazzyman is an experience paediatric Accredited Practicing Dietician who has helped children with learning and behaviour issues, ASD and ADHD since 1997. Paula is registered with Medicare and all private insurance companies. With a Medicare ECP plan your GP can allocate up to 5 visits in a calendar year to access nutrition services. Medicare does not allow phone/online consults. NDIS – If health & wellbeing is a goal, NDIS does cover nutrition. Phone or online consults are permitted under NDIS. Skype consults available @ paula.taz

 Dietician /  Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

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