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Challenging Behaviours in Children and Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

‘Challenging behaviours’, such as verbal and physical aggression, self-injurious behaviour, property damage and unsafe behaviours in the vehicle or in the community, are frequently reported in children and adults with intellectual disabilities and the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. These behaviours put the person at risk of placement breakdowns – school suspension, difficulties at respite or day program – due to the risks of harm for themselves, their carers and other... [More]

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Carer Workshop - Supporting children and young people with disability

This workshop is presented by Ability First and ACWA with support from DSS. It is primarily aimed at carers, but caseworkers supporting carers are also welcome. It is free and will be presented online. The following area will be covered: What are some of the indicators of development disability or developmental delay? Foster carers often have young children in their care and may be the first people outside their biological families to spend any real time with these children, which... [More]

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.