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February 2024

How to get funding at childcare and kinder

Kindergarten and child care can be an exciting step for you and your child as they learn, play, make friends, and have fun. The good news is that there is funding assistance to support the inclusion of children with disability...Read more about How to get funding at childcare and kinder

December 2023

Leaving school a better place

Finding a supportive school has made all the difference for Angie and her son Liam, who lives with an extremely rare disability.  Liam was born 10 years ago in Canberra before moving to the United States; he was born with...Read more about Leaving school a better place

NDIS Review: what does it mean for families?

The NDIS Review final report has been released. It outlines how the NDIS can work better now and in the future, and makes some big recommendations. So what does it mean for families with children with disability? We’ve summarised the...Read more about NDIS Review: what does it mean for families?

A teenage boy with disability and a Mohican style haircut sits with his arm around his mother's shoulder. They are both smiling and doing a sand puzzle.

Inclusive playgrounds in regional Victoria

Summer holidays are a time to get outside to enjoy the fresh air, and there’s nothing better than an inclusive, all-abilities playground. These are designed for children with a variety of disabilities and sensory issues and are a chance for...Read more about Inclusive playgrounds in regional Victoria

A culturally diverse family at a playground. There is a mother, father, twin boys and a girl in a wheelchair.

November 2023

Free virtual emergency medical service

It can be stressful taking your child to a hospital emergency department, especially at busy times like evenings and weekends, when there are lots of people and long wait times. The Victorian Virtual Emergency Department (VVED) is a FREE online...Read more about Free virtual emergency medical service

A mother holds her young son on her lap. He looks unwell. She is looking at a laptop.