We value all the members of the Rose Rainbow family and support children and their families who are vulnerable or who have additional needs/priorities. With an open hand we work alongside families to adapt the environment, the program and our approaches to ensure that we are meeting the individual needs of children. This includes valuing the rich diversity within our community. Diversity is reflected in family structures, cultures, additional needs, socio-economic factors, gifted and talented children and many more.
We work together with children, families and therapists to assist in achieving successful inclusion for children who are on the autism spectrum.
We strive to safeguard childhood and allow ‘kids to be kids’, develop a lifelong love of learning and partner with families so children’s own unique culture, identity and needs are integral to centre life.
Integration of children with special needs is enhanced by accessing additional staffing through the Inclusion Support Subsidy and drawing on the expertise from specialised professionals.