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AQ Kindy Inclusion Service

In collaboration with the Queensland Government, AQ is working with kindergarten teachers and educators to create inclusive learning environments for all neurodivergent and autistic children.

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Check out our interactive and evidence-informed webinars on topics including communication strategies, connecting with families, successful mealtime strategies and more.

For webinars scheduled in June 2024 click here.

For webinars scheduled July 2024 onwards click here.

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AQ Kindy Inclusion Service: Videos

Key Word Sign

Communication

Key Word Sign is a communication support where signs and gestures are used to emphasise key words in spoken messages. Zhao Chia,…

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Top Tips for Teaching Toileting

Tips & Suggestions, Toileting

Teaching toileting can be tricky. Caryn O’Kane, Teacher, provides the top six tips to use when teaching toileting….

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The Importance of Data Collection in Toileting

Toileting

Data plays is vital in understanding children’s toileting patterns. Lucy Seiler, Occupational Therapist, explains why data collection is important. To learn more…

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AQ Kindy Inclusion Service: Resources

Early Years: What is an Occupational Therapist?

Occupational Therapy, Tips & Suggestions

An occupational therapist is an allied health professional who can support people of all ages to participate in everyday activities that are…

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Early Years: What is a Speech Pathologist?

Speech Pathology, Tips & Suggestions

A speech pathologist is an allied health professional who can support people of all ages with communication and swallowing. This resource provides…

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Neurodiversity-Affirming Practice in the Early Years Tips

Tips & Suggestions

Utilising neurodiversity affirming practices in early childhood settings supports the inclusion of all children in all spaces. This resource provides information and…

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