CYDA Webinar 1: Inclusion in early childhood – when and where do we start?
May 11, 2022 - May 11, 2022
What activities did you like as a young child? What fun do you remember? Fun at parties, music, craft, kindy, the park or in your local community? All children benefit from being included from day one.
When: CYDA are running a series of webinars during May to October focused on inclusion in early childhood.
Audience: These webinars are aimed at the families, caregivers and communities of young children to help build confidence to advocate for young children in everyday activities and local places. CYDA believes hearing direct from young people with disability about their experiences helps families, caregivers, and communities to have high expectations and aspirations for all children.
Did you know that ‘inclusion’ means that every child has access to, participates meaningfully in, and experiences positive outcomes from early childhood education and care programs? From: Early Childhood Australia
We know IT TAKES 6 for every child to be ready to learn including every child having a positive identity, confident and respected.
Join the discussion and hear from the panel about what inclusion can look like for young children.
The panel includes:
- Young people with disability
- Early childhood educators
- Family of children with disability
- CYDA team member
There will be an Auslan interpreter throughout, live auto captions and the session will be recorded.
Registrations are essential. Each webinar has a different link and you need to register for each one please.
10am AEST webinar Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81809318788 Meeting ID: 818 0931 8788
Other webinars in this series:
1. Inclusion in early childhood – when and where do we start? (May)
2. Early intervention and inclusion – can we do both? (June)
3. Tips for inclusion – what are easy things to start with? (July)
4. Where can we get help? The basics of information, supports and funding (August)
5. What does ‘school ready’ mean? What to ignore and what to do (September)
6. Inclusion. How do I do that? Suggestions when the examples don’t apply to you (October)