Calling All Dads and Father Figures!

Join our Dads Autism Connect Group to meet other dads of children with Autism of all ages and chat, share and support each other.

There are a range of events running throughout the year, providing a great opportunity to create a support network and become the best dad you can be!


Dads Coffee Groups 

Our Dads Coffee Groups provide a relaxed, casual atmosphere and are a great way to take some time out and connect with other dads.

All dads and father figures of children with a disability aged below 18 are welcome. Come alone or bring your children, one of our Play Leaders will be available to supervise any children aged 6 and under.

These groups run throughout the school term and are available at no cost. Join us at the location closest to you!

Group

Dates

Time

Gosnells

Gosnells Child and Parent Centre,173 Hicks Street, Gosnells

Saturdays

Term 1: 4th of February – 8th of April

Term 2: 29th of April – 1st of July

9.30am to 11.30am

Joondalup

Autism Association of WA (Joondalup) 9/210 Winton Road, Joondalup

Saturdays

Term 1: 4th of February – 8th of April

Term 2: 29th of April – 1st of July

9.30am to 11.30am

To register your interest in attending our Dads Coffee Groups, please email us at Parent.Support@autism.org.au.

 

 

Our team are here to support you, answer questions, and provide information on the events and Dads Autism Connect group. Email us at Autism.Dads@autism.org.au to get in touch.

 

Stay in the loop! 

Stay in the loop with all of our news and join our dads network now!

  • Join our Autism and Dads WA group on Facebook – Click here
  • Register to our Dads Autism Connect group email list via the button below. 

Sign up here!

 

Check out some of the pics from our recent events below! 

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