Dulcie Stone

 

Website: www.dulciestone.com.au

Dulcie StoneTeaching experience in kindergarten, primary, secondary and special education, gifted children, adult education, children and adults with intellectual disability, physical disability, psychiatric impairment, psychological impairment. 16 years honorary probation officer. Educational consultant, facilitator and lecturer. MBE for services to the handicapped (1981) Currently co-editor of the Australian Institute on Disability quarterly magazine. Fiction and non fiction books and short stories, articles, poetry. 2016 non fiction book ‘CHANGING MINDS, CHANGING TIMES’, available free of all charges. Based on fact novel ‘Give Us the Tools’ published 2016.

 

BOOKS

I Laugh I cry I Feel, Spectrum Publication 1978.
Jonny Love, Spectrum Publication 1979.
Hullo Fay, Self published 1980.
Ask Me About Saturdays, Smartboard internet publishers 1981.
Chance’s Children. Spectrum 1982.
Fay. Published by Australian Institute on Intellectual Disability 1983.
Dark Oasis. Zeus 1984.
Tools of War. Zeus 1985.
Autumn Music. Zeus 1986.
Child With Doll. Spectrum 1987.
Remember Alberobello. Zeus 2014.
Give Us the Tools. Zeus 2016.

FayAutumn MusicOasisTools of WarChance's Children

 

 

 

 

Switching on the LightJonny LoveI Laugh I Cry I FeelTeaching With the RetardedChild with Doll

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some of these books are available via website: www.dulciestone.com.au

MAGAZINES
The Dawn Women’s Magazine.
Interaction. Australian Institute on Intellectual Disability Quarterly magazine.
Rural Women’s Network magazine.

SHORT STORY COMPETITIONS
1st Prize, Victorian Veteran Community (True Life Experience category) 2012.
1st Prize, Inaugural Geelong Advertiser/Geelong Writers 2010
Margaret Hazzard Award: 3rd Prize 2010. 2nd Prize  2006. 3rd prize 2016

AWARDS
Hon Life Governor, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne 1962-;
Life member, W.J. Christie Centre 1979;
I Laugh I Cry I Feel. International Year of the Disabled selection in 1981;
Community Service Award, City of Mildura 1983;
Papal Blessing 1989;
Life member, Upper Yarra Community House Inc 1990;
Teaching methods recommended by UNESCO 1980;
Selected International Woman of the Year 1996-97 by The International Biographical Centre of Cambridge, England.