AQ Kindy Inclusion Service
In collaboration with the Queensland Government, AQ is working with kindergarten teachers and educators to creating inclusive learning environments for all neurodivergent and autistic children.
AQ Kindy Inclusion Webinars
Autism Queensland’s FREE Kindergarten Inclusion Service webinars are now live! Learn more or register here.
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AQ Kindy Inclusion Service: Videos
Key Word Sign
Key Word Sign is a communication support where signs and gestures are used to emphasise key words in spoken messages. Zhao Chia,…
Top Tips for Teaching Toileting
Teaching toileting can be tricky. Caryn O’Kane, Teacher, provides the top six tips to use when teaching toileting….
The Importance of Data Collection in Toileting
Data plays is vital in understanding children’s toileting patterns. Lucy Seiler, Occupational Therapist, explains why data collection is important. To learn more…
AQ Kindy Inclusion Service: Resources
Many children benefit from safe predictable environments and relationships to help them feel calm and able to learn. This Tip Sheet provides…
Routines (Group Times) Tips
Group times in an early childhood setting can provide valuable opportunities for learning and fun. Group times may also present some challenges…
Adapting Settings to Support Sensory Experiences
Sensory tools, such as fidgets and noise cancelling headphones can be fantastic, but there may be some other ways to modify the…
AQ Kindy Inclusion Service: Blogs
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