Teens Group: February
- in person meeting (Barbecue)
About our Group
Our Teens group is for teens with Aspergers, autistic teens, and those with a similar neurodivergent profile to meet and hang out to play games or chat while their parents / carers meet in another room at the same venue to chat, provide support and share ideas and advice.
This month, we are having a barbecue at Power Neighbourhood House. Please add your dietary requirements in the registration form.
Teens will be supervised by our Teens Mentors.
In another room at the same venue, parents will be met by our Parents Contact to chat and exchange experiences.
The Teens Team:
We’re looking for volunteers aged 18 and older to help out as Teens Mentors so we can continue to run in-person activities. If you’re interested, please complete our online volunteer application or contact AV admin for more information.
All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV volunteers have a Working with Children Check.
Each teen must be accompanied by one parent or carer.
A parent or carer must attend with their teen and must remain on site for the duration of the activity.
We understand that another parent or family member may wish to join the activity, however we can only accommodate one adult per registered teen, and we are unable to accommodate additional adults on the night.
Cost: $10 for members, $15 for non-members, $5 for +Groups membership holders and first-time attendees (to cover catering).
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Power Neighbourhood House - 54 Power Avenue, Ashwood, 3145
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Public transport: Holmesglen Station (700m). 624 bus (stops outside). On-street parking.
Accessibility: Ramp access at front and rear, accessible bathroom.
Anyone wishing to attend an AV activity must register before attending.
For in-person events, this allows us to ensure that we have enough volunteers attending on the night to support the group, and to ensure that the venue can safely accommodate all attendees.
In the event that the activity is cancelled or transferred to an online meeting, we will only be able to let you know if you have registered. First-time attendee tickets must be requested at least 24 hours before the meeting.
NB: Unregistered attendees may incur an admin fee of up to $10.
How to register
- In the first section, enter the details of the teen attending.
- In the second section, enter the details of the parent / carer / support worker who will be attending with the teen.