All Means All is the Australian Alliance for Inclusive Education, a nationwide multi-stakeholder alliance working together to implement an inclusive education system for all students. An excellent source of information for parents and students with a very helpful ‘Inclusion Toolkit”.
The Educational Needs Analysis is a world first research project that gathered the perspectives of 1,500 educators, parents, specialists and students to determine and better understand the educational needs of students on the autism spectrum, aged 5 to 18.
A range of tools and resources developed by the Victorian Department of Education and Training to help teachers better support students on the spectrum. Practical and easy to understand, and a good introduction to educators looking to improve their strategies.
Online training course for teachers, school leaders and other education professionals can access workshop manuals, along with online learning sessions on a range of topics including: supporting behaviour, communication, bullying, transitions and making friends.
Nearly 50% of individuals with ASD wander. 90% of deaths in the ASD population group (under 14yrs old) is a result of drowning. This toolkit equips parents, educators and keys stakeholders with a range of preventative and reactive strategies and resources, designed by clinical specialists, which aim to mitigate the associated risks.