What is Cub Club?
Cub Club is a weekly 2-hour program. The program aims to support children in building foundation skills for accessing group-based learning environments. Cub Club delivers a weekly parent/carer program. This program will provide parents/carers with the opportunity to develop relationships with the Foundation community as well as engage in some informal education and training. Parents/Primary Caregivers are required to remain with the children for the duration of the entire program.
Who should attend Cub Club?
The program is designed for children 0 to 3 years who have a diagnosis of Autism, other Developmental Delays or who may be showing early developmental concerns.
What are the objectives of Cub Club?
For children to build foundation skills in:
- Engaging and participating in the routines of a group program
- Independence in everyday routines (e.g. eating, toileting, managing own belongings)
- Functional play
- Social engagement with adults and peers
- For families to understand the individual needs of their child in a group setting and meet their needs to improve their overall developmental progress.
- For families to understand different services available for their child and be involved in the Fit Kidz Foundation Community.
When and where does it run?
Wednesday, 8:30am-10:30am during NSW School terms only. Held at The Fit Kidz Foundation Centre, Dural.
Who supports the program?
The program is delivered by a transdisciplinary team of:
- Special Educators
- Speech Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Behaviour support specialists
- Therapy assistants.
How can I enrol my child in the program?
Contact us to enrol your child for Cub Club.