AllPlay Learn educators’ section offers a range of resources, information and strengths- and evidence-based strategies that aim to help create inclusive education environments for children with disabilities and developmental challenges. Resources include a guide to inclusion in early childhood education and care settings, resources and information specific to different types of disabilities and developmental challenges that children may experience, and resources and information specific to a range of situations children experience in early childhood education and care settings.
Learn more about becoming an inclusive educator who supports all children to learn, participate and succeed in all aspects of their early childhood education and care experience.
Access a collection of easy to implement strengths- and evidence-based strategies for children with disabilities and developmental challenges at early childhood education and care settings.
Access strategies for specific situations some children with disabilities or developmental challenges may find challenging, such as incursions, excursions and sleep.
Access a range of posters, stories and more to help create an inclusive education environment for children with disabilities and developmental challenges.
Find out how to support children with disabilities and developmental challenges as they transition into, between and out of early childhood education and care settings.
Information about diagnosis
Learn about how children can be supported if they are showing developmental differences.
Research has found that peer mediation is one of the most effective approaches for supporting the inclusion of children, and the development of social skills. Peer mediation is particularly relevant for children who find joining in or engaging with peers challenging, such as children with autism.