Down Syndrome Inclusion Support Service 2015 Registrations are Now Open!


The Down Syndrome Inclusion Support Service (DSISS) provides direct support in the classroom for teachers to assist with practical teaching issues such as curriculum adjustment and positive behaviour support to improve the learning outcomes for students with Down syndrome and their classmates.

The approach taken is always collaborative; the teacher is the expert in the individual classroom, whereas Down Syndrome Victoria has extensive expertise supporting students with Down syndrome. The DSISS education consultants work alongside the teacher to identify the resources and strategies that will best suit the particular needs of their student, the teaching style of the teacher, and the culture of the classroom.

Annual DSISS subscription includes:

  • Three school visits per year or 9 hours email & phone consultation as required 

  • Use of specialist DSISS classroom resources 

  • Assistance in a range of areas such as: 

> Curriculum adjustment > Goal setting > Demonstration teaching > Positive behaviour support > Assistance at SSG / strategy sessions > Assistance sourcing specialist resources > Assistance with individual learning plan development

For more information about the Down Syndrome Inclusion Support Service click here or contact Down Syndrome Victoria on (03) 9486 9600. 

The Department of Education and Early Childhood is supporting the DSISS by funding the service at no cost to government mainstream schools for a number of transition students. For more information about No Cost Inclusion Support for 2015, or to register, click here.

Better Start Early Days Workshops
This suite of workshops have been devoloped to support
parents of children with Down syndrome.
CLICK HERE for more information


Membership Renewals
Membership Renewals for 2015 are fast approaching. 
To renew using our secure and convenient online system please click on the link below
Down Syndrome Inclusion Support Service 

Register now for the Down Syndrome Inclusion
Support Service for the 2014 school year.  In 2014
the service is offered at no cost to prep and transition
students attending government schools.