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Need some time to yourself?

Our team run parent coffee groups across a number of locations.


Picture of coffeeJoin us for a chat, a cup of tea and some downtime – at no cost! Bring your children, or come alone! These groups welcome parents of children with a disability aged up to 16 years of age in a friendly, respectful and confidential atmosphere. Parents attending often have much in common, and can talk openly about their children’s challenges and triumphs.

Lead by training Autism association staff, playgroups are available for children aged 6 and under during these groups – siblings are also welcome!!

Our coffee groups offer the opportunity to:

  • Meet with other parents and share experience
  • Talk to our experienced staff for advice and strategies
  • Discuss services and supports available
  • Opportunities for guest speakers
  • Playgroups for young children with Autism and their siblings.

Click Here to download a Flyer for MyTime Term 1, 2020; alternatively please contact our friendly team for more information at: firststeps@autism.org.au

 

Your Stories

As a parent who was just confronted with my child’s diagnosis, I was so stressed and upset. This group has given me lots of empathy and great information.

Peggy herself is such a passionate and lovely person who has enthusiasm to help other parents with making a relaxing time and providing different information. I’m so happy to be going to the group.

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I’ve attended the MyTime sessions in Joondalup for the last 4 months and I can’t thank Peggy enough for all the support she guidance she has provided in that time. Both my kids are on the spectrum and prior to attending MyTime I felt very alone and isolated. Peggy made me feel very welcome and she is always there to offer advice, comfort and reassurance. She is such an asset to the Autism Association.

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- Parent

From the first moment Peggy has supported me, answered all my questions and showed genuine love and concern toward myself and my children who both have Autism. Through her own experiences Peggy has the ability to have empathy for parents and children who travel this journey. Thank you also to our play leaders who have true connection with our precious ones and are always quick to support us. I would be lost without this group.

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Registrations are not required and parents can attend at the times and locations outlined below:

LocationDaysTimes

Joondalup

Joondalup Family Centre
25 Jolstra Crescent, Joondalup

Mondays

3 February ’20 – 6 April ’20

9.30am-11.30am

Gosnells

Autism Association of WA – Gosnells, 2232 Albany Highway, Gosnels

 Mondays

3 February ’20 – 6 April ’20

 9.30am-11.30am

Ellenbrook

Swan Valley Anglican Community School
Building 1, 50 Swanleigh Pde, Aveley

Tuesdays

4 February ’20 – 7 April ’20

9.30am-11.30am

North Fremantle

North Fremantle Community Centre, 2 Thompson Road, North Fremantle

Tuesdays

4 February ’20 – 7 April ’20

9.30am-11.30am

Floreat

Uniting Church Community Hall
50 Berkeley Crescent, Floreat

Thursdays

6 February ’20 – 9 April ’20

9.30am-11.30am

 

Morley

Carramar Community Centre, 23c Redgum Way, Morley

Thursdays

6 February ’20 – 9 April ’20

9.30am – 11.30am

MYTIME DADS GROUPS  

Joondalup

Autism Association of WA – Joondalup, 9/210 Winton Rd, Joondalup 

Saturdays

8 February ’20 – 11 April ’20

9.30am-11.30am

East Fremantle

Autism Association of WA
217 Canning Hwy, East Fremantle

Saturdays

8 February ’20 – 11 April ’20

1.30pm – 3.30pm

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