1. Disability

Play & learning

Mainstream school, special school or dual enrolment?
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    Everyday play and communication can help your child with disability learn new things. You can spark your child’s learning by tuning into her interests.

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    Being an advocate means speaking up for your child with additional needs. You might need to advocate if your child can’t speak up for himself.

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    Play and friendship are good for children with disability. Here’s how to help your child with disability play, make friends and build social skills.

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