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July 2021 School Holiday Programs

Jun 11 2021 8:30 AM


Yeah the (teenage) girls

 

Yeah the (Teenage) Girls! is a therapeutic group program designed to support girls with understanding their diagnosis, navigating friendships and exploring the changes they might experience in their teenage years.

Facilitated by Autism SA Social Workers, Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists, the group aims to build skills in the areas of:

  • Understanding an autism diagnosis
  • Building friendships and socialising with similar aged peers
  • Understanding puberty and what this may mean, and
  • Exploring social situations commonly faced as a teenage girl.

Learn more about this program and register your interest by clicking the button below. 

Register your interest for 'Yeah the (teenage) girls'

 

Handwriting without tears®

 

Develop your handwriting skills by attending Autism SA’s July Handwriting Without Tears® Group!

Facilitated by Autism SA Occupational Therapists, this therapeutic group aims to build skills in the areas of:

  • Pre-writing skills, including (but not limited to) posture, paper, positioning, and pencil grasp
  • Letter recognition, orientation, formation, sizing and positioning
  • Parent education to generalise skills outside of group, and
  • Social interaction skills with same aged children

Learn more about this program and register your interest by clicking the button below. 

Register your interest for 'Handwriting without tears'

 

Autism SA Birthday Party

 

Develop your child’s social communication and interaction skills at an Autism SA Birthday Party.

Facilitated by Autism SA Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists, ‘Birthday Party’ is a therapeutic school holiday program that aims to develop skills such as:

  • Taking turns and sharing with an increased number of people
  • Understanding and tolerating winning and losing in a social setting
  • Using language to engage in social conversations
  • Developing the ability to manage small task demands within a busy but noise-controlled environment
  • Following a visual schedule, and
  • Sharing a mealtime of snacks, tolerating new smells and trying new food.

Learn more about this program and register your interest by clicking the button below.

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