SERU provides a range of learning and teaching materials and specialised services which support children and students with disabilities and learning difficulties.
Developmental Learning Resources (Toy Library)
Toys, games and materials include:
Sensory Development - tactile materials to arouse different sensory responses
Sensory Motor Development – fine motor, hand-eye coordination
Perceptual development – sorting matching, classifying shapes, colours
Motor – early physical activities such as skittles and push carts
Conceptual / Abstract Reasoning – thinking skills, memory games
Self-Help – dressing skills
Socio Dramatic Play – puppets, dolls
Music – instruments, relaxation and activity tapes
Specialised and Adapted Resources for Department Sites
This range of resources adapted for switch operation, are available for children and students with severe and multiple disabilities The resources are designed to reinforce the concept of cause and effect by providing various responses to switch operation (eg light noise or vibration).
To be eligible to borrow from SERU you must be supporting a Birth to Year 12 child/student with disabilities or identified learning difficulties and:
a DECD employee
a parent and caregiver