Learn how to make and keep friends and develop relationships, with the PEERS® Program!
The Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS®) is the leading research-based social skills training program for people with social challenges and has a strong evidence base for use with young adults with Autism.
Who Should Register?
The PEERS® group suits adults, aged 18-30 years who have:
Explore how mindfulness can assist with self-awareness and distress tolerance with the aim of promoting relaxation and wellbeing. Participants will be supported by Allied Health professionals to trial a variety of mindfulness techniques adapted for people with Autism over 6 weeks.
Are you currently a participant in our Autism specific Disability Employment Service (DES)?
Or do you have NDIS Employment funding?
Are you looking for meaningful employment and interested in gaining skills to participate in the workforce?
Run by experienced employment consultants and allied health therapists, this informative and interactive program will focus on core areas and skills that will support you to become
A group with a focus on building social skills and self-care skills around the activity of cooking. Participants will work in the kitchen as a group while learning different skills that can be applied to other areas of life.
The Master Kitchen group would suit adults that may require support with communication.
Our highly skilled and dedicated team is committed to providing quality outcomes for people with Autism and their families. All team members take part in extensive and ongoing professional development and keep up to date with the very best in service delivery for people with Autism.
The team includes:
The person with Autism is at the centre of everything we do. We work side-by-side with the person with Autism, their family and other supporters. Our services are provided in a range of natural environments including home, education, employment and recreation settings.
Our trans-disciplinary team approach ensures that each individual team member can draw on the strengths of therapists from different professional backgrounds to create a service that is tailored to each individual’s needs and aspirations.
One team member will be the key contact for the person with Autism and their family and will be responsible for achieving a coordinated approach to the therapy services provided.
Individualised services we provide for adults with Autism include:
To ensure that we continue to provide services of an exceptionally high standard, our services undergo ongoing quality reviews based on feedback from people with Autism and their families. As an endorsed service provider for the Department of Communities – Disability Services (previously Disability Services Commission), we are also reviewed externally through the Department of Communities – Disability Services’s Quality System.
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