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First Steps Playgroup

Do you have a child under 6 years of age displaying:

  • Delays in their communications skills;
  • Difficulty playing and engaging with their peers or siblings;
  • Interest in a limited range of toys and activities; or
  • Delayed or unusual play skills.

Our First Steps Playgroup is available at no cost and provides the opportunity for parents/carers to talk to our experienced therapists and play leaders about their child and learn new information, while their child is learning play and communication skills.
The groups will be running each week during Term 2, 2021 at the following locations:

Location Date Time 

Banksia Grove

Banksia Grove Child and Parent Centre, 14 Viridian Drive, Banksia grove


Mondays, starting 19th April 2021


9.00am to 11.00am


Meerilinga Children and Family Centre, 30 Chichester Drive, Woodvale


Mondays, starting 19th April 2021


1.00pm to 3.00pm

Shenton Park 

Autism Association of WA, 215 Stubbs Terrace (entry via Selby St), Shenton Park


Mondays, starting 19th April 2021


1.00pm to 3.00pm

East Waikiki (2 groups)

East Waikiki Child and Parent Centre, Cnr Carnegie Loop & Murchison Road, Cooloongup


Wednesdays, 21st April 2021


12.30pm to 2.00pm AND 2.30pm to 4.00pm


Westfield Park Child and Parent Centre, 11 Hemingway Drive, Camillo


Wednesdays, 21st April 2021


12.30pm to 2.30pm


Arbor Grove Child and Parent Centre, Brookmount Drive, Ellenbrook


Wednesdays, 21st April 2021


12.30pm to 2.30pm


Swan Child and Parent Centre, Lot 574 Cockman Cross, Stratton (located in Middle Swan Primary School grounds)


Thursdays, 2nd April 2021


1.00pm to 3.00pm


Gosnells Child and Parent Centre, 173 Hicks Street, Gosnells


Fridays, 23rd April 2021


9.30am to 11.30am

Registrations are essential as places are limited!

Contact Stacey.Cole@autism.org.au for more information or to register your interest.

Proudly supported by Anglicare, Meerilinga, Shire of Mundaring, Ngala, Parkerville and CentreCare.

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