An Individual Education Plan (IEP) is an essential tool to support children with special needs so they thrive in education. Learn more about how to make a meaningful IEP.
Mark Shanks, an experienced special education professional, shares his tips for helping teens succeed at secondary school.
Lynne Hansen is a parent of a child on the autism spectrum. In this article Lynne looks at the challenges parents face in having their children’s learning needs met and how they access support through the education system.
When it comes to accessing supports in education for children with autism there are no clear and consistent pathways across the country. Learn more about the types of support available.
Schools and kura are responsible for making sure they are safe and accessible for all students. So, if your child needs wheelchair access, or if they require handrails or other building changes, the school will need to arrange suitable modifications.