Peer Support Program

Peer Support is a program for young people with a disability.  It provides the opportunity to spend time with other young people and a chance to get out and have fun!  It also provides an opportunity for their families to receive respite.

The Peer Support Group Program is a series of pre-planned activities which is ran on weekends, school holidays and some evenings.  The aim of the program is to encourage community participation, and to build networks and friendships with other young people.  But most importantly, the aim is to have fun.

 

AGE GROUPS

  • 6 to 12 Years
  • 13 to 17 Years

 

TYPES OF ACTIVITIES

  • Camps
  • Mini Golf
  • Music Sessions
  • Board Games
  • Library Visits
  • Community Festivals
  • Bunnings Workshops
  • Christmas Lights Tours