In 2003 AFSEA and the New Zealand Association of Special School Principals (NZASSP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOA) which focused on the development of an international partnership.Read more: International Partnerships
The development of a greater range of post school option pathways for adults with high support needs is required to maximise their potential in Australian society.Read more: Post School Options – Adults with High Support Needs
The issues related to funding of programs for students with disabilities are a major areavof concern for teacher, educational leaders and parents/carers.Read more: Educational Resourcing Models for Students With Disabilities
Foetal Alcohol is the most common cause of birth defects and brain damage in children.Read more: Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
There is a commonly held misconception that advances in technology and medical science have led to a decrease in disabling conditions. Examples citied include prenatal screening for Down Syndrome and identifying the link between Spina Bifida with the mother's intake of folic acid.Read more: Disability Into the future and the Impact on Schools
ASEPA and its affiliate associations have identified the need to maintain and extend the standard of accomplished teaching for students with disabilities/special needs across all schools.Read more: Teacher Training: Future Planning for High Standards of Accomplished Teaching for Students With...
ASEPA and its affiliate associations have identified the need in the 21 century for an assessment tool that can be used nationally for students with disabilities.Read more: Assessment of Students with Disabilities
Whilst all state and territories theoretically include students with disabilities in the curriculum, ASEPA’s three-year study has proved differently.Read more: Inclusive Curriculum “Built In, Not Bolted On”