Our social groups provide young individuals on the autism spectrum a place to connect, build friendships and learn.
Using a strengths-based approach centred around special interest projects and diverse social groups, our overall aim is to engage and motivate participants and build feelings of self-worth.
Together, we identify interests and establish goals, planning how to achieve these together. Members then discuss and plan future sessions, which can include incursions, community outings, special guests, and special interest projects.
We help our members achieve and learn:
- Skills development – for example coding, film making, robotics, cooking, art, digital media
- Social skills
- Leadership skills
- How to become an youth / autism advocate
As of July 2017, we will offer a range of social groups tailored to the interests of our members on the autism spectrum in Marangaroo, Fremantle and Claremont.
These groups are great places to develop friendships while enjoying various activities, meals and excursions that they collectively plan, and where possible, we support the delivery of special projects such as coding, music, art and film-making.