Unfortunately here is an example of restraint and isolation being used in New Zealand to "educate" autistic children.
Universities still have many accessibility and equality problems and students with disabilities must fit in as best they can rather than necessarily have all their access needs taken care of.
It is time we stopped describing disabled people as "special" and stopped calling their reasonable adjustment needs as "special needs" - it is offensive.
Thousands of disabled students are being forced to choose between having food to eat or having the equipment they need to study, because a new government rule means they must pay £200 towards the cost of computers they need for disability-related reasons.
Details of new software to help children with autism develop their language and communication skills.
Some very sad news that the School For Social Enterprise Australia is closing down. We are personally benefitting from the SSE and the Macquarie Kickstarter program.
The government was making “brutal cuts” to special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) funding. The cuts would have a “significant adverse effect” on the education and job prospects of disabled children.
Governments in Australia, NZ and the UK are failing children with disabilities by not providing necessary learning support.