WA Inclusion Agency Information Hub

Please find below a wide range of easily downloadable professional resources, links and information to support early childhood and child care services to build capacity and ability to provide a quality care environment inclusive of all children. 


Inclusion Support Programme (ISP)

The Inclusion Support Programme will assist early childhood and child care (ECCC) services to include children with additional needs by providing tailored inclusion advice and support from inclusion specialists, as well as funding to suppport more challenging inclusion barriers.

The Inclusion Support Programme is a key component of establishing the Child Care Safety Net that the Australian Government is investing in as part of the Jobs for Families Child Care package they have committed to over four years (from 2016-17).

This program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. For an overview of the program, please visit the Australian Government Department of Education and Training's website.

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The Inclusion Support Programme provides services on the basis of the ISP Guidelines. The ISP Guidelines contain information for ECCC services and other stakeholders about the programme's objectives, the types of support available under the new ISP and how to access support.

Request for Inclusion Support

To request support, and prior to a scheduled visit by an Inclusion Professional, the following forms must be completed and returned. 

Inclusion Support Portal

The new Inclusion Support (IS) Portal is a user-friendly, simplified web-based application to facilitate ECCC’s interaction with the WA ISP. It provides step-by-step guidance for services to complete an online Strategic Inclusion Plan (SIP) and access funding available through all streams of the Inclusion Development Fund. Click here to login to the new IS Portal. For further guidance, please refer to the ISP User Guide

Strategic Inclusion Plans

The Overview of the Strategic Inclusion Plan (SIP) provides information and guidance on how to complete a SIP.

Inclusion Development Fund

Under the ISP, eligible ECCC services can access the Inclusion Development Fund (IDF) which provides funding to services to address a barrier to inclusion that cannot be resolved by support provided by an IA. The IDF is administered nationally on behalf of the department by the Inclusion Development Fund Manager.The IDF Manager is responsible for assessing and determining an outcome for all applications made to the IDF against the eligibility criteria of the ISP Guidelines. The ISP User Guide will be updated to include information about the IDF shortly.

Specialist Equipment Library

The WA Inclusion Agency provides assistance which may include access to the Specialist Equipment Library. Requests are subject to approval in line with the ISP Guidelines, suitability and availability of requested equipment.

To view the products available from the Specialist Equipment Library, please download a copy of our 2016 Catalogue. Please note, new products are added regularly so please contact us if you are unable to find what you are looking for.

To request an item from the Specialist Equipment Library, please complete and return our Request for Specialist Equipment Form along with the relevant documentation.


The WA Inclusion Agency recognises the rights of clients to receive satisfactory service  and values feedback from all stakeholders including compliments, complaints, suggestions and observations to continually improve our service delivery. To provide any type of feedback to the WA Inclusion Agency, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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