A webinar for parents interested in starting an inclusion subcommittee at their child's school. Parent advocates who have already started a subcommittee will share their experiences and give you tips to help you get started.
Inclusion involves the whole school community, and benefits ALL students. Parents play an important role in raising and bringing attention to issues that might be impacting their children with disability within their school.
When parents work together, they can identify common issues and collaborate to improve their local school – in both government and non-government settings. A powerful way to do this is by setting up an inclusion sub-committee in your school’s P & C (Parents and Citizens) Association - also called "Parents and Friends Association" or "Parent Board" in some schools.
This webinar will be led by parent advocates who have already started a P & C Inclusion subcommittee at their child's school. They will talk about their experiences and give you tips to help you start a subcommittee at your school.