What is Kidz Club?
Kidz Club is an exciting opportunity for children to engage with similar aged peers in activities such as music and movement, crafts, games and cooking. Groups will be semi-structured, with many child-led opportunities to incorporate their preferences and creative expression.
We welcome children who use alternate forms of communication (including device users), as programs are inclusive to support all communication needs.
- Communicate preferences and make choices about activities and themes
- Learn new skills, such as cooking, craft, gardening, dance, sports and more
- Socialise with other school-aged peers
Who is this program for?
Kidz Club is designed for children who are currently enrolled in grades from Kindergarten to Year 4 and who have a diagnosis of Autism or other developmental disability.
When and where does it run?
The group runs weekly during NSW school terms for 1.5 hrs. Contact us for further information.
Who runs 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 in Kidz Club.