We all need a place where we feel good, and that helps us to thrive and grow in our own time and space.
Our community centres are that place for adults on the autism spectrum.
Because we get to know our adult participants, really know them, we quickly become a strong co-partner in recommending and supporting what they need and want, now and into the future.
Our current broad variety of activities and fun day programs for Autistic adults are fantastic and well loved, but it’s how we find, and even create, new activities based on your family member that makes us pretty special.
There’s nothing better than turning up every day and seeing friendly, familiar faces ready to get the day started. Our adult participants feel comfortable and safe being in a group environment that very quickly becomes their home-away-from-home. And our families and carers have peace of mind knowing that when they’re not with them, our team is the next best thing.
Life should be filled with moments of laughter and fun. And there’s plenty to be found here within our beautiful community. Every day we’re creating opportunities to embrace life and build quality moments, memories and relationships for adults on the autism spectrum and their families.
A joyful life is also an independent life. And we love working with our adult community to build confidence and new skills. So, whether it’s learning to cook a meal, catch transport or hang a jacket on the clothes rack, we celebrate every achievement equally.
How good is it when people get you? If you don’t know what that feels like, just step through the front door of any one of our autism-specific adult community centres.With a caring, professional team of highly trained employees, we know how to bring out the best in adults on the autism spectrum. And we’d love to talk with you about the possibilities after leaving school and beyond.
Walking out the front door and embracing real-life experiences in a safe and fun group environment is the best place to start!
If you’d like to have a chat or organise a time to visit one of our centres in Sydney and Melbourne, give us a call on 1800 277 328 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.