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Intellectual Disability Training

Intellectual disability training is crucial as it equips individuals, caregivers, and professionals with essential knowledge and skills to understand, support, and empower those with intellectual disabilities. Here at disAbility Maternity Care, we offer second to none intellectual disability training that fosters inclusivity, reducing stigma and discrimination. It enhances communication, ensuring that individuals with intellectual disabilities can access essential services and express their needs effectively. Moreover, it promotes the creation of supportive environments that cater to their unique requirements, enhancing their overall quality of life. Our intellectual disability training program ultimately plays a pivotal role in fostering a more inclusive and compassionate society where individuals with intellectual disabilities can thrive, participate actively, and lead fulfilling lives.

Collaborating for Tailored Plans: Our Experienced Professionals

At disAbility Maternity Care, we understand the importance of intellectual disability training in empowering expectant parents and caregivers. Through our disability parenting resources, we offer a wealth of information, including articles, videos, and webinars, covering topics such as accessible prenatal care and adaptive parenting techniques. This training enables individuals to make informed choices, fostering inclusivity and reducing stigma. We have a great commitment to intellectual disability training that extends to personalised support coordination for NDIS participants. We have a team of experienced professionals who collaborate with individuals to create tailored plans that address their specific requirements during the pregnancy and parenting journey.

Empowering Parenthood: disAbility Maternity Care’s Comprehensive Intellectual Disability Training and Resources

By providing access to comprehensive intellectual disability training and resources, disAbility Maternity Care aims to create a supportive and informed community. We believe that with the right knowledge and support, individuals with intellectual disabilities can confidently navigate pregnancy, childbirth, and early parenting, ensuring a more inclusive and compassionate society for all. Be a member today to access these invaluable resources and embark on your path to parenthood with confidence. With disAbility Maternity Care by your side, the journey becomes more manageable and empowering. Thank you for trusting disAbility Maternity Care!

As parents, knowing you are not alone helps you to get through those challenging times. Sharing stories also helps us feel connected. If you would like to contribute a story, please contact us here.

disAbility Maternity Care provides information about pregnancy, birth and early parenting for parents with a disability, families and professionals. Our range of services includes information, training and events as well as links to other relevant organisations. Sign up to receive updates, or check out our social media sites.

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Latest News

“Spring into Parenting: Collaborative Care to support Parents with disabilities” 2023 Conference

disAbility Maternity Care is excited to bring you the second annual Collaborative Care to support Parents with Disabilities Conference. Join us for a Pre-Conference workshop on 1st August 1-5pm, followed by the full day conference on September 1st 8.30 – 4.30. This is followed by our Networking event to 6pm.

Maternity and community providers are encouraged to attend and upskill.

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disAbility Maternity Matters Podcast

Season 2 Coming soon!!!

Season 1 is now available for listening. In this season parents Toby, Dani, Simon and Kimberley provide valuable insights into their lived experience as a parent with a disability.

Subscribe to listen to Season 1 of disAbility Maternity Matters.

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New Blogs

Mind the (disability) gender gap

Celebrate the importance of fathers in our lives with this new blog. Having fathers with disabilities visible in our community establishes good role models for children, both with and without disabilities.

Breastfeeding with a disability

Read the latest blogs from our ambassador Deaire as she talks about the challenges of breastfeeding with a disability.


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We are looking for other organisations to work with us to change the conversation for parents with a disability. If you are interested in working with us to do this please contact us here.

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