From 1 July 2016, Gowrie SA will deliver the IPSP program for South Australia. Please visit www.gowriesa.org.au for more information and contact details.
ECCC’s are still able to contact our ISF team at Inclusive Directions on 8165 2900 for all IPSP enquires up to 30 June 2016 when the IPSP program closes. From 1 July Gowrie SA will launch the new IPSP program for South Australia. Check Gowrie SA’s website and Facebook page for contact details and more information.
The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, combined with greater awareness in schools and the broader community, is seeing a growing number of people better understand the complexities of Autism Spectrum Disorder and, most importantly, how children and families can be supported in school and life. It’s hard to believe that parents were once
It’s these stories that inspire our talented team at Inclusive Directions to continue supporting children with special needs. We specialise in supporting children living with autism – offering one of the very few research-based programs to assist children living with the condition, and a highly-effective school readiness program.
The launch of SA’s only research-based school readiness program is expected to prepare some of the State’s most vulnerable youngsters for the rigours of the education system by teaching them the skills and coping mechanisms needed to successfully transition to a mainstream school. Inclusive Directions Chief Executive Officer, Ms Jocelyn Graham, said the decision to
Jumping, rolling, throwing, catching, bouncing, laughing, working together and having fun!
Kelly Vincent presented a powerful speech at Inclusive Directions’ recent Inclusion Matters Conference. Read more.
The services of Flinders’ acclaimed early intervention program for autistic children will expand with the new Inclusive Directions Flinders Therapy House at St Marys. Read more.
South Australia’s first therapy house is offering children with autism early intervention programs while also easing the financial burden their families face. Read more.