Child Care Industry News July 26, 2016 |®
Child Care Industry News
July 26, 2016
This week some hints on how to talk to children and not 'at them' and make sure you are up-to-date on changes to the Inclusion Support Programme which took effect at the beginning of July.
Inclusion Support Program
On 1 July changes to the Inclusion Support Program (ISP) took effect. The ISP was introduced to replace the Inclusion and Professional Support Program (IPSP), which ended on 30 June.

Inclusion support aims to make it easier for early childhood education and care providers to offer education and care services to children with additional needs, including those with high support needs, through additional funding, boosting the knowledge and skills of educators and capacity building in services.

According to the government the differences between the original IPSP program and the new ISP are all good:
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Tips for talking with children in early childhood settings
Engaging children in conversation is essential for optimal language and social-emotional development. In early childhood settings where the atmosphere can be noisy and hectic it's important to remember to stop and talk with children and not at them.

Below you'll find some reminders on how to communicate effectively with the children in your service:
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