Guidelines for playgroups with a handicapped child.
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Guidelines for playgroups with a handicapped child.

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Published in London .
Written in English

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Pagination58p. ;
Number of Pages58
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Open LibraryOL19919135M

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Playgroup locations Batemans Bay. Where: Batemans Bay Public School, Mundarra Way, Surfside When: Weekly on Tuesdays, 9am to 10am Bookings essential: to book please email Lisa Heinze or phone Catalina - special interest cultural playgroup. An opportunity for families from diverse backgrounds to come together for playgroup fun and to learn a little about each other's culture. This factsheet provides guidelines for portraying individuals with disabilities in a respectful and balanced way by using language that is accurate, neutral and objective. 1. Ask to find out if an individual is willing to disclose their disability. Do not assume that people with disabilities are willing to disclose their disability. Each family receives a children's book to take home. Child development and reading readiness information are also available for parents. No pre-registration required. Infant/Toddler Play n Learn. These groups are designed for families who have children under 24 months old. Guidelines. We are excited to be able to offer a playgroup especially. Starting Points Program Playgroup Tuesdays am to am. For children with a developmental delay or disability and their families St Pauls Anglican Church Hall Cobbitty Road, Cobbitty Facilitated by KU Children's Services Phone: Christine