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Who We Are:

Inclusion Support Teachers collaborate with school teams to support the successful inclusion of all students.

What We Do:

  • Assist with the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans as ongoing, effective communication tools.
  • Administer learning and behavioural assessments.
  • Help to select appropriate materials and equipment to support the needs of students.
  • Assist classroom teachers with adaptations and modifications to meet the diverse needs of all students in an inclusive environment.
  • Provide in-service and professional development at the school and district level.
  • Work collaboratively with teams to design appropriate behaviour and safety plans.
  • Connect school teams and students to Provincial Outreach Programs, including POPARD (Autism Outreach), POPFASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum) and PIOP (Inclusion Outreach)
  • Help to facilitate communication among classroom teachers, special education teachers, paraeducators, administrators and other support personnel.
  • Support with student transitions (into kindergarten, between classes and schools, and into the community or post-secondary institution).
  • Work to enhance and support planned parental involvement.
  • Assist schools and the District with Ministry data collection (1701 special education data).

How to Access Service?

Ask student’s Inclusion Support Teacher or school-based team to request service.


Inclusion Support Brochure

Referral Forms for Inclusion Support Teachers (IST) to complete:

Consent for a Consultation

Consent for an Academic Assessment