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Developmental Education

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Developmental Education aims to foster independence in participants by improving life skills and quality of life. We work with participants and their caregivers to improve social skills, build self-esteem and increase community participation.

What can Developmental Education help with?

This service offers a holistic approach to individualised learning goals, we can offer support in:

  • Development of independent living skills
  • Increasing community participation (volunteering, sport and recreation, special interest groups etc.)
  • Emotional regulation
  • Social skill development

For more information download a copy of our Developmental Education Flyer.

What is a Developmental Educator?

A Developmental Educator (DE) is a multi-disciplinary disability specialist with expertise in fostering the skills, independence and quality of life of individuals with developmental or acquired disabilities and their families.

How does it work?

Our Developmental Educator will work with the participant and their family/support network to form an individualised support plan base on identified goals.

Once a plan is established the participant will have regular sessions with the Developmental Educator working towards goals. Sessions can take place across various environments including:
– School
– Community Activities (sport and recreation, volunteer or special interest groups etc.)
– Home
– Workplace

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Get in Contact

For more information or to register for our Developmental Education program please contact our BSSA team HERE or call 08 8122 6733.

*BSSA is a program of registered NDIA Behaviour Support Provider Inclusive Sport SA and able to provide support under Specialised CB Relationships.

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