Specialist Disability Support in Schools - Department of Education
SBH Disability Services receives government funding to support the educational opportunities, learning outcomes and personal development of children with spina bifida and /or hydrocephalus and related conditions. Organisations are funded under 3-year agreements for the funding categories (1) school support services and (2) resource centre services and 1-year agreements for (3) specialised equipment. The current 3-year agreement period for SDSS funding is 2019–2021.
How SBH Disability Services can help you
To be eligible, a student must be enrolled in a Queensland school and be identified under the Education Adjustment Program as requiring significant educational adjustment related to the specific impairment areas of:
Alternatively, a student enrolled in a state school who is recorded as receiving substantial or extensive adjustments to address a Social-Emotional Disorder on the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability and has been formally reported as being subject to abuse or harm or at risk of harm, may also be eligible.
SBH Disability Services aims to support schools to provide reasonable adjustments for students with disability to access and participate in education through: