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 Please keep up to date with our COVID_19 Outline posted on this website. All of our face2 face meet-ups have moved to Zoom online so please check details before attending. 

We have some interesting events for our Aspergers community coming up and also we have  listed our Peer Group Meetings and Courses for you to book all listed here for you. Register here for updates about AV's events as they are posted.  

Bookings for our Peer Meet-ups are so we can manage numbers due to their increasing popularity. For more details about our Peer Meet-ups please visit here. These Meetings are for those who are independent, with no carers present, except for our u18 Meetings where parents stay on premises in a separate area. Please refer to our terms and conditions page for our event Tickets here.  Please note that images may be recorded at our events and meeting so please notify Admin if you do not wish your image or your child's recorded. 

Our events and meetings are run by our amazing team of volunteers. Please thank them for their contribution if you get a chance. 

    • 25 May 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • 28 Jun 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • Hybrid of Online and Face to Face
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    Teens Work Know How Program 

    Expression of Interest


    Thank you for your interest in our Aspergers Victoria Teens Work Know How Program.  

    Aspergers Victoria believes that our early career experiences build our life foundations. It is our vision that this exciting new program will provide our community with a pathway to understand themselves, the world of work, and with that their job readiness, in a way that is positive, empowering, practical and geared towards their individual learning styles.

    Participants in this program will leave with more career understanding, self-confidence and some useful tools to help you map out your own future in work.

    We will include parent / guardian briefings as well so they can support your progress. This program is designed to align with the Department of Education requirements for work experience, adapted for COVID restrictions.


    Who can attend?
    - Individuals with Aspergers, autism, or other similar neurodiverse profiles.
    - Teens aged 15 and older who are currently enrolled in secondary education.
    - AV members


    Is the program free?

    Courtesy of a generous ILC grant from the Department of Social Services, our Teens Work Know How program will be free of charge for Aspergers Victoria members. 


    Why do I need to fill out this form?

    The information collected in this form assists us to determine interest in the program and is stored in line with our Privacy Policy.
    We will contact you with more information about the program soon. 


    If you have any questions, please contact our Employment Project Manager, Sofia Neale - programs@aspergersvic.org.au


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    • 28 Jun 2021
    • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Hampton Community Centre, 14 Willis Street, Hampton
    • 8
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    Southern Parents & Carers Support Group


    Our Southern Parents & Carers group is an in-person peer support meeting open to all parents & carers of Aspergers / autistic children, teens or adults. We are returning to in-person meetings for the first time since February 2020, and while things have changed a little due to COVIDSafe requirements, we will do our best to make the transition as smooth as possible for our community.


    This session will be facilitated by the Group Leader:

    southern@aspergersvic.org.au

    All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV group leaders have a Working with Children Check.


    We also have two other Parents & Carers groups.

    Our North-East group meets monthly in the Eltham area: northeastparents@aspergersvic.org.au

    Our Online group meets monthly via Zoom: adultparentsupport@aspergersvic.org.au


    Do I need to register?

    All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHHS COVID contact tracing and venue capacity limits.


    Cost: Free for AV members in June (courtesy of the Supporting Carers Locally grant), $10 for non-members.

    If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

    If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


    Venue information

    Hampton Community Centre website

    Hampton Community Centre on Google Maps

    Closest public transport: Hampton Station, 100m away. Buses: 708, 828. Timed parking behind Woolworths (rear of Hampton St).

    Accessibility: accessible parking on-site, wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets.


    What can I expect when I attend an AV COVIDSafe event?
    AV is closely following DHHS COVID-19 requirements and our in-person events have changed to comply with these. We encourage you to read our AV COVIDSafe Plan before you attend in-person events at AV in 2021. This includes important information about our QR code check-in system and what you need to bring with you to an event. As the venue capacity is reduced and spaces are limited, please register if you would like to attend to ensure you don't miss out.

    Due to current DHHS restrictions, refreshments will not be provided at this event. You are most welcome to bring your own snack and drink to enjoy, however please be aware that these are not able to be shared.


    Please note that DHHS advice may change and we will do our best to communicate any changes in AV COVID-19 policy to our community.


    If you have questions about our COVIDSafe policy or would like more information: contact Jenni (AV Admin) via admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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    • 1 Jul 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Online via Zoom
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    Partners Group - HYBRID MEETING
    Online Registration
    Topic: Creating boundaries - continuing our Self-Care theme


    Join our Partners Peer Support Group to meet other adults who are or who have been in a relationship with someone who has Aspergers, is autistic, or has a similar neurodiverse profile. Sharing experiences within the safe environment of our peer support meetings can be a lifeline, and sharing with people who have similar lived experience is validating and often educational. Your partner may be self-diagnosed or have a formal diagnosis, and you may share a household or live separately. We are an inclusive group and welcome partners of all genders and relationship types.


    This month, we are continuing our Self-Care theme by discussing how we can best create and maintain boundaries. We will meet at 7pm online and in person for a 7.30pm meeting start.


    This session is facilitated by our Partners group leaders: partners@aspergersvic.org.au. 

    All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees.


    Hybrid Event

    In July, we are trying something new for this group: a hybrid event.

    We will run two meetings at the same time on the same evening, but in different formats.

    • an online event via Zoom
    • an in-person event at Power Neighbourhood House, Ashwood

    Our Partners Group Leaders aim to link participants joining via the Zoom meeting into the in-person meeting and we will do our best to make this happen on the night.


    How do I register for the right event?


    Do I need to register?

    All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHS COVID contact tracing requirements and venue capacity limits.


    Cost: $5 for AV members, $10 for non-members.

    Become an AV member today to access discounted tickets for groups and events, other members-only programs, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community.

    If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

    If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


    What is Zoom?

    Zoom is a free web-based video conferencing program. You can download it free onto your computer or phone/tablet, or you can dial in and participate via your phone (landline or smart phone). Download the AV Zoom Guide (pdf)


    How do I access the Zoom session?

    When your registration is complete, you will receive a registration confirmation email with the Zoom link. We have included more information below about Zoom and how to access the Zoom session. Feel free to join us at any time during the session. 


    If you have questions about registration, our COVIDSafe policy or would like more information, please contact our admin team: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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    • 1 Jul 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Power Neighbourhood House, 54 Power Avenue, Ashwood
    • 7
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    Partners Group - HYBRID MEETING
    In-Person Registration
    Topic: Creating boundaries - continuing our Self-Care theme


    Join our Partners Peer Support Group to meet other adults who are or who have been in a relationship with someone who has Aspergers, is autistic, or has a similar neurodiverse profile. Sharing experiences within the safe environment of our peer support meetings can be a lifeline, and sharing with people who have similar lived experience is validating and often educational. Your partner may be self-diagnosed or have a formal diagnosis, and you may share a household or live separately. We are an inclusive group and welcome partners of all genders and relationship types.


    This month, we are continuing our Self-Care theme by discussing how we can best create and maintain boundaries. We will meet at 7pm online and in person for a 7.30pm meeting start.


    This session is facilitated by our Partners group leaders: partners@aspergersvic.org.au. All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees.


    Hybrid Event

    In July, we are trying something new for this group: a hybrid event.

    We will run two meetings at the same time on the same evening, but in different formats.

    • an online event via Zoom
    • an in-person event at Power Neighbourhood House, Ashwood

    Our Partners Group Leaders aim to link participants joining via the Zoom meeting into the in-person meeting and we will do our best to make this happen on the night.


    How do I register for the right event?

    • I want to attend the in-person event at Power Neighbourhood House in Ashwoodclick the "Register" button on the left and complete the registration form
    • I want to attend the online event via Zoomfollow this link to register for the online event


    Do I need to register?

    All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHHS COVID contact tracing and venue capacity limits.


    Cost: $10 for members, $15 for non-members.

    Become an AV member today to access discounted tickets for groups and events, other members-only programs, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community.

    If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

    If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


    Venue Information

    Power Neighbourhood House, 54 Power Avenue, Ashwood

    Power Neighbourhood House website

    Power Neighbourhood House on Google Maps

    Accessibility: Ramp access at front and rear, accessible bathroom.

    Transport: Holmesglen Station (700m). 624 bus (stops outside). On-street parking.


    What can I expect when I attend an AV COVIDSafe event?
    AV is closely following DHHS COVID-19 requirements and our in-person events have changed to comply with these. We encourage you to read our AV COVIDSafe plan before you attend in-person events at AV in 2021. This includes important information about our QR code check-in system and what you need to bring with you to an event. As the venue capacity is reduced and spaces are limited, please register if you would like to attend to ensure you don't miss out.

    Please note that due to DHS COVIDSafe guidelines, there will be no refreshments provided by AV at this event. Participants are welcome to bring their own refreshments if they choose, however these must not be shared.


    Please note that DHS advice may change and we will do our best to communicate any changes in AV COVID-19 policy to our community.


    If you have questions about registration, our COVIDSafe policy or would like more information, please contact our admin team: admin@aspergersvic.org.au

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    • 5 Jul 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • 9 Jul 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • 5 sessions
    • Online
    • 18
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    Winter 2021 Holiday Program

    - Free for AV Members!


    Are you looking for something cool to do these school holidays? Are you new to Minecraft? Would you like to try it out before registering for our Term 3 program? Well, now you can!


    We're running a "Try Out AspieLand" Holiday Program, from 2pm to 4pm every day of the second week of the July school holidays (Monday 5 July to Friday 9 July).


    The best bit? It's completely free for AV membersIf you've been thinking about trying out AspieLand but haven't yet registered, this is the event for you!


    Our Minecraft Moderators, older teens from our AV community, will introduce you to Minecraft and our AspieLand server, help you to learn some useful basic Minecraft skills to help you get started or to improve your builds, and they'll also be there to provide support, guidance and advice on appropriate behaviour, as well as to help you have a fantastic time!


    Available Sessions

    Our Winter Holiday Program takes place every day in the second week of the winter school holidays.
    It starts on Monday 5 July and runs every afternoon in that week from 2pm to 4pm, finishing on Friday 9 July.

    Please note that places are limited and will be allocated based on who registers first.


    Cost

    Our Winter Minecraft Holiday Program is completely free for AV Members!


    For non-AV members, registration is only $50.

    Did you know that you could join the Winter Holiday Program, or you could join AV as a member for the same price! An annual membership is only $50! If you sign up today, you can join our week-long Winter Holiday Program for free!  


    You'll also get a stack of other membership benefits, including eligibility to register for our members-only Dungeons & Dragons sessions, Term 3 Minecraft program, Teens Work Know How Program, discounts on all of our groups and events, and heaps more!

    If you have questions or need more information, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au

    If cost is a barrier, please talk to Carla - gm@aspergersvic.org.au


    Who can attend?

    • Children and teens aged 10-17 years 
    • Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced players
    • Anyone who is curious about the AspieLand Minecraft server and wants to try it out!

      [If you've built in AspieLand before, you can register for our Term 3 Minecraft program here.]


    What platform will be used?

    Our AspieLand moderated Minecraft server is only available via Minecraft Java Edition. Other editions of Minecraft cannot access AspieLand: these include but are not limited to Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox, and Minecraft: Windows Edition. Please contact us if you are unsure about your Minecraft edition.


    Who are the moderators?

    Our Moderators are older teens from our AV community. They will have support and guidance from AV staff.


    Who can I contact for help if I have a question?

    If you have questions or need help joining the server, you can contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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    • 8 Jul 2021
    • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Online via Zoom.
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    Parents & Carers Community Connection:
    Online Discussion


    This is an online peer support meeting open to all parents and carers of Aspergers / autistic children, teens or adults to meet, chat, exchange ideas and find support.


    This session will be facilitated by the Group Leader, Jenny: adultparentsupport@aspergersvic.org.auAll AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV group leaders have a Working with Children Check.


    We also have two Parents & Carers groups meeting in person.

    Our North-East group meets monthly in the Eltham area: northeastparents@aspergersvic.org.au

    Our Southern group meets monthly in the Hampton area: southern@aspergersvic.org.au


    Do I need to register?

    All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHHS COVID contact tracing requirements and venue capacity limits.


    Cost: $5 for AV members , $10 for non-members.

    If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

    If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


    How do I access the Zoom session?

    When your registration is complete, you will receive a registration confirmation email with the Zoom link. We have included more information below about Zoom and how to access the Zoom session. Feel free to join us at any time during the session. 


    What is Zoom?

    Zoom is a free web-based video conferencing program. You can download it free onto your computer or phone/tablet, or you can dial in and participate via your phone (landline or smart phone). Download the AV Zoom Guide (pdf)


    If you have questions about the event, about AV, or need assistance with registering, please email Jenni at admin@aspergersvic.org.au.


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      • 12 Jul 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 10 Sep 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 18 sessions
      • Online
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      AspieLand Moderated Minecraft

      Term 3 2021


      The AspieLand moderated Minecraft server is back and open for registration for Term 3!


      AspieLand has been developed and shaped in consultation with the children, teens, and families who access AV groups and programs and we're excited to welcome new and existing players back to the server! Our Minecraft Moderators are older teens from our Aspergers community who are employed to help guide and support participants to build, remind about what sort of behaviour is appropriate if needed and most importantly, have fun! Term 3 will be a huge 9 weeks of Minecraft with 18 two-hour sessions - that's 36 hours of Minecraft building time!


      Available Sessions

      Our Term 3 program starts on Monday 12 July and runs from 4pm to 6pm on Monday and Friday afternoons throughout Term 3. The last session is Friday 10 September.


      Cost

      Our Term 3 AspieLand program is $288 for 18 x two-hour moderated sessions.

      That's just $8 per hour!

      If cost is a barrier, please talk to Carla - gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      Who can attend?

      • Children and teens aged 10-17 years 
      • Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced players
      • Players who hold a current AV membership.
        If you are not yet an AV member, sign up today to access this program and so much more, including our members only D&D program, Teens Work Know How Program, and member discounts for all of our groups and events!


      What platform will be used?

      Our AspieLand moderated Minecraft server is only available via the Java edition of Minecraft on PC. Other editions of Minecraft cannot access AspieLand: these include but are not limited to Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox, and Minecraft: Windows Edition.


      Who are the moderators?

      Our Moderators are older teens from our AV community. They will have support and guidance from AV staff.


      Who can I contact for help if I have a question?

      You can contact Jenni  - admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      • 13 Jul 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 7 Sep 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 9 sessions
      • Online via Zoom
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      Dungeons & Dragons Term 3 2021
      Session 1: Tuesday 6:30pm, 14-17y.o.


      Dungeons & Dragons is back for Term 3, 2021!


      Our Dungeon Masters are excited for you to join them on more adventures with your teammates, while also making friends, exploring your creativity, connecting with others in our community, and having fun!

      Our Term 3 program runs for a huge 9 weeks, our longest program yet!


      Who can participate in AV's Dungeons & Dragons program?

      • Players aged 10 and older
      • Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced players
      • Current AV members
        If you are not yet an AV member, join as an AV member today to access this members-only program, and so much more!


      Cost

      $270 for the 9-week term.

      That's a huge 270 hours of questing and adventuring fun! 

      This ensures our Dungeons Masters have adequate time to develop exciting adventures, moderate our groups and make it fun for everyone.
      If cost is a barrier, please talk to Carla - gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      When are the sessions in Term 3?

      We've listened to our members' feedback and to all of the requests in the Expression of Interest, and we've done our best to include all of these as well as our Dungeon Masters' availability in our session planning for Term 3.


      • Session 1: Tuesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years
      • Session 2: Wednesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Dean
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years 
      • Session 3: Friday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        18+ only session

      • Session 4: Saturday afternoon 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        U
        nder 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 
      • Session 5: Sunday 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 

      Players aged 10-17 can register for any of the under 18 timeslots, but from previous feedback, they may prefer to attend with others close to their age.


      Each session can accommodate six players maximum, and must have at least four players to run. If a session doesn't have at least four registrations one week before the start date, we will contact those registered to find an alternative session.


      When are the sessions running?

      Sessions start in the first week of Term 3 (from Monday 12 July).

      The last sessions for Term 3 will be in the week finishing Sunday 12 September.


      Who are the Dungeon Masters?

      Our AV Dungeon Masters are skilled in Dungeon & Dragons storytelling. We have employed a team of experts to assist new and younger players to learn, some from our very own Young Adults Group.


      What platform will be used?

      Our Dungeon Masters use Zoom to host their virtual campaign and share it with their players. When you registration is complete, you will receive an event registration confirmation email which contains the Zoom link.

      You'll also receive your Dungeon Master's AV email address so you have a direct link with them in case you need help, if you're running late, or if you're going to miss a session.


      Do I need any equipment?

      You are welcome to purchase a set of Dungeons & Dragons dice if you would like to. They can help players to feel involved in the game, particularly for virtual programs. These are available for purchase at most game shops in Melbourne and at a range of online stores.

      For more information, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


      How do I create a character?

      You will need to submit a completed character sheet with your registration.

      This can be either a PDF of an online character sheet, or a clear photo / scan of a printed & completed character sheet. Please check that it is clear and legible before uploading it.

      - If you need a template, you can use the Fast Character website 

      - Our DMs have requested that players use these resources to create characters: Players Handbook, DM’s Guide, Xanathar’s Guide, Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, Volos Guide to Monsters, Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything.

      - If you need help, please contact the DM for your session. Please click on their name beside your preferred session to send them an email.


      Who can I contact if I have a question or need assistance?

      You can contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      • 14 Jul 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 8 Sep 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 9 sessions
      • Online via Zoom
      Register




      Dungeons & Dragons Term 3 2021
      Session 2: Wednesday 6:30pm, 14-17y.o.


      Dungeons & Dragons is back for Term 3, 2021!


      Our Dungeon Masters are excited for you to join them on more adventures with your teammates, while also making friends, exploring your creativity, connecting with others in our community, and having fun!

      Our Term 3 program runs for a huge 9 weeks, our longest program yet!


      Who can participate in AV's Dungeons & Dragons program?

      • Players aged 10 and older
      • Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced players
      • Current AV members
        If you are not yet an AV member, join as an AV member today to access this members-only program, and so much more!


      Cost

      $270 for the 9-week term.

      That's a huge 270 hours of questing and adventuring fun! 

      This ensures our Dungeons Masters have adequate time to develop exciting adventures, moderate our groups and make it fun for everyone.
      If cost is a barrier, please talk to Carla - gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      When are the sessions in Term 3?

      We've listened to our members' feedback and to all of the requests in the Expression of Interest, and we've done our best to include all of these as well as our Dungeon Masters' availability in our session planning for Term 3.


      • Session 1: Tuesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years
      • Session 2: Wednesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Dean
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years 
      • Session 3: Friday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        18+ only session

      • Session 4: Saturday afternoon 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        U
        nder 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 
      • Session 5: Sunday 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 13 to 13 years 

      Players aged 10-17 can register for any of the under 18 timeslots, but from previous feedback, they may prefer to attend with others close to their age.


      Each session can accommodate six players maximum, and must have at least four players to run. If a session doesn't have at least four registrations one week before the start date, we will contact those registered to find an alternative session.


      When are the sessions running?

      Sessions start in the first week of Term 3 (from Monday 12 July).

      The last sessions for Term 3 will be in the week finishing Sunday 12 September.


      Who are the Dungeon Masters?

      Our AV Dungeon Masters are skilled in Dungeon & Dragons storytelling. We have employed a team of experts to assist new and younger players to learn, some from our very own Young Adults Group.


      What platform will be used?

      Our Dungeon Masters use Zoom to host their virtual campaign and share it with their players. When you registration is complete, you will receive an event registration confirmation email which contains the Zoom link.

      You'll also receive your Dungeon Master's AV email address so you have a direct link with them in case you need help, if you're running late, or if you're going to miss a session.


      Do I need any equipment?

      You are welcome to purchase a set of Dungeons & Dragons dice if you would like to. They can help players to feel involved in the game, particularly for virtual programs. These are available for purchase at most game shops in Melbourne and at a range of online stores.

      For more information, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


      How do I create a character?

      You will need to submit a completed character sheet with your registration.

      This can be either a PDF of an online character sheet, or a clear photo / scan of a printed & completed character sheet. Please check that it is clear and legible before uploading it.

      - If you need a template, you can use the Fast Character website 

      - Our DMs have requested that players use these resources to create characters: Players Handbook, DM’s Guide, Xanathar’s Guide, Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, Volos Guide to Monsters, Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything.

      - If you need help, please contact the DM for your session. Please click on their name beside your preferred session to send them an email.


      Who can I contact if I have a question or need assistance?

      You can contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      • 15 Jul 2021
      • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Online via Zoom
      Register


      Adults Hub: Online / Phone Social Night


      Our Adults Group is for older members of the Aspergers autistic community and those with other similar neurodiverse profiles. It is more suitable for those who are aged 35 years and over, although younger adults are welcome to join in. (Young adults may prefer to attend our Young Adults group meetings as well as or instead of this group.) This month we are meeting online via Zoom.


      This session will be facilitated by the Group Leader, Colin. You can contact him via asadults@aspergersvic.org.au. All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV group leaders have a Working with Children Check.


      Do I need to register?

      All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHHS COVID contact tracing requirements and venue capacity limits.


      Cost: $5 for AV members, $10 for non-members.

      Become an AV member today to access discounted tickets for groups and events, other members-only programs, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community.

      If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.
      If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      How do I access the Zoom session?

      When your registration is complete, you will receive a registration confirmation email with the Zoom link. We have included more information below about Zoom and how to access the Zoom session. Feel free to join us at any time during the session. 


      What is Zoom?

      Zoom is a free web-based video conferencing program. You can download it free onto your computer or phone/tablet, or you can dial in and participate via your phone (landline or smart phone). Download the AV Zoom Guide (pdf)


      If you have questions about the event, about AV, or need assistance with registering, please email Jenni at admin@aspergersvic.org.au.


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      • 16 Jul 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 10 Sep 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 9 sessions
      • Online via Zoom
      Register




      Dungeons & Dragons Term 2 2021
      Session 3: Friday 6.30pm, 18+ only


      Dungeons & Dragons is back for Term 3, 2021!


      Our Dungeon Masters are excited for you to join them on more adventures with your teammates, while also making friends, exploring your creativity, connecting with others in our community, and having fun!

      Our Term 3 program runs for a huge 9 weeks, our longest program yet!


      Who can participate in AV's Dungeons & Dragons program?

      • Players aged 10 and older
      • Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced players
      • Current AV members
        If you are not yet an AV member, join as an AV member today to access this members-only program, and so much more!


      Cost

      $270 for the 9-week term.

      That's a huge 270 hours of questing and adventuring fun! 

      This ensures our Dungeons Masters have adequate time to develop exciting adventures, moderate our groups and make it fun for everyone.
      If cost is a barrier, please talk to Carla - gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      When are the sessions in Term 3?

      We've listened to our members' feedback and to all of the requests in the Expression of Interest, and we've done our best to include all of these as well as our Dungeon Masters' availability in our session planning for Term 3.


      • Session 1: Tuesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years.
      • Session 2: Wednesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Dean
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years 
      • THIS SESSION Session 3: Friday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        18+ only session

      • Session 4: Saturday afternoon 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        U
        nder 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 
      • Session 5: Sunday 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 

      Players aged 10-17 can register for any of the under 18 timeslots, but from previous feedback, they may prefer to attend with others close to their age.


      Each session can accommodate six players maximum, and must have at least four players to run. If a session doesn't have at least four registrations one week before the start date, we will contact those registered to find an alternative session.


      When are the sessions running?

      Sessions start in the first week of Term 3 (from Monday 12 July).

      The last sessions for Term 3 will be in the week finishing Sunday 12 September.


      Who are the Dungeon Masters?

      Our AV Dungeon Masters are skilled in Dungeon & Dragons storytelling. We have employed a team of experts to assist new and younger players to learn, some from our very own Young Adults Group.


      What platform will be used?

      Our Dungeon Masters use Zoom to host their virtual campaign and share it with their players. When you registration is complete, you will receive an event registration confirmation email which contains the Zoom link.

      You'll also receive your Dungeon Master's AV email address so you have a direct link with them in case you need help, if you're running late, or if you're going to miss a session.


      Do I need any equipment?

      You are welcome to purchase a set of Dungeons & Dragons dice if you would like to. They can help players to feel involved in the game, particularly for virtual programs. These are available for purchase at most game shops in Melbourne and at a range of online stores.

      For more information, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


      How do I create a character?

      You will need to submit a completed character sheet with your registration.

      This can be either a PDF of an online character sheet, or a clear photo / scan of a printed & completed character sheet. Please check that it is clear and legible before uploading it.

      - If you need a template, you can use the Fast Character website 

      - Our DMs have requested that players use these resources to create characters: Players Handbook, DM’s Guide, Xanathar’s Guide, Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, Volos Guide to Monsters, Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything.

      - If you need help, please contact the DM for your session. Please click on their name beside your preferred session to send them an email.


      Who can I contact if I have a question or need assistance?

      You can contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      • 17 Jul 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 11 Sep 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 9 sessions
      • Online via Zoom
      Register




      Dungeons & Dragons Term 3 2021
      Session 4: Saturday 2pm, 10-13y.o.


      Dungeons & Dragons is back for Term 3, 2021!


      Our Dungeon Masters are excited for you to join them on more adventures with your teammates, while also making friends, exploring your creativity, connecting with others in our community, and having fun!

      Our Term 3 program runs for a huge 9 weeks, our longest program yet!


      Who can participate in AV's Dungeons & Dragons program?

      • Players aged 10 and older
      • Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced players
      • Current AV members
        If you are not yet an AV member, join as an AV member today to access this members-only program, and so much more!


      Cost

      $270 for the 9-week term.

      That's a huge 270 hours of questing and adventuring fun! 

      This ensures our Dungeons Masters have adequate time to develop exciting adventures, moderate our groups and make it fun for everyone.
      If cost is a barrier, please talk to Carla - gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      When are the sessions in Term 3?

      We've listened to our members' feedback and to all of the requests in the Expression of Interest, and we've done our best to include all of these as well as our Dungeon Masters' availability in our session planning for Term 3.


      • Session 1: Tuesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years
      • Session 2: Wednesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Dean
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years 
      • Session 3: Friday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        18+ only session

      • Session 4: Saturday afternoon 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        U
        nder 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 
      • Session 5: Sunday 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 

      Players aged 10-17 can register for any of the under 18 timeslots, but from previous feedback, they may prefer to attend with others close to their age.


      Each session can accommodate six players maximum, and must have at least four players to run. If a session doesn't have at least four registrations one week before the start date, we will contact those registered to find an alternative session.


      When are the sessions running?

      Sessions start in the first week of Term 3 (from Monday 12 July).

      The last sessions for Term 3 will be in the week finishing Sunday 12 September.


      Who are the Dungeon Masters?

      Our AV Dungeon Masters are skilled in Dungeon & Dragons storytelling. We have employed a team of experts to assist new and younger players to learn, some from our very own Young Adults Group.


      What platform will be used?

      Our Dungeon Masters use Zoom to host their virtual campaign and share it with their players. When you registration is complete, you will receive an event registration confirmation email which contains the Zoom link.

      You'll also receive your Dungeon Master's AV email address so you have a direct link with them in case you need help, if you're running late, or if you're going to miss a session.


      Do I need any equipment?

      You are welcome to purchase a set of Dungeons & Dragons dice if you would like to. They can help players to feel involved in the game, particularly for virtual programs. These are available for purchase at most game shops in Melbourne and at a range of online stores.

      For more information, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


      How do I create a character?
      You will need to submit a completed character sheet with your registration.

      This can be either a PDF of an online character sheet, or a clear photo / scan of a printed & completed character sheet. Please check that it is clear and legible before uploading it.

      - If you need a template, you can use the Fast Character website

      - Our DMs have requested that players use these resources to create characters: Players Handbook, DM’s Guide, Xanathar’s Guide, Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, Volos Guide to Monsters, Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything.

      - If you need help, please contact the DM for your session. Please click on their name beside your preferred session to send them an email.


      Who can I contact if I have a question or need assistance?

      You can contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      • 17 Jul 2021
      • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Power Neighbourhood House, 54 Power Avenue, Ashwood
      • 4
      Register


      Women & NB folk - In-Person Meeting


      Our Inclusive Women's & NB Group is a great place to connect with other Aspergers/autistic women and NB folk to chat about your experiences, share ideas, exchange advice, and support each other. You are also welcome to attend our Adults Group or our Young Adults Group, or all three! 


      This session is facilitated by our Women's & NB Group Leader, Barbara: women@aspergersvic.org.au.

      All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV group leaders have a Working with Children Check.


      Do I need to register?

      All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHHS COVID contact tracing and venue capacity limits. When your registration is complete, you will receive a QR code that you will need to bring with you on the day on your phone or as a printout to access the meeting.


      Cost: $10 for AV members, $15 for non-members.

      Become an AV member today to access discounted tickets for groups and events, other members-only programs, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community.

      If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

      If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      Venue Information

      Power Neighbourhood House, 54 Power Avenue, Ashwood

      Power Neighbourhood House website

      Accessibility: Ramp access at front and rear, accessible bathroom.

      Transport: Holmesglen Station (700m). 624 bus (stops outside). On-street parking.


      What can I expect when I attend an AV COVIDSafe event?

      AV is closely following DHHS COVID-19 requirements and our in-person events have changed to comply with these. We encourage you to read our AV COVIDSafe Plan before you attend in-person events at AV in 2021. This includes important information about our QR code check-in system and what you need to bring with you to an event. As the venue capacity is reduced and spaces are limited, please register if you would like to attend to ensure you don't miss out.

      Due to current DHHS restrictions, refreshments will not be provided at this event. You are most welcome to bring your own snack and drink to enjoy, however please be aware that these are not able to be shared.


      Please note that DHHS advice may change and we will do our best to communicate any changes in AV COVID-19 policy to our community.


      If you have questions about the event, our COVIDSafe policy, or need assistance with registration, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      • 18 Jul 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 12 Sep 2021
      • (UTC+10:00)
      • 9 sessions
      • Online via Zoom
      Register




      Dungeons & Dragons Term 3 2021
      Session 5: Sunday 2pm, 10-13y.o.


      Dungeons & Dragons is back for Term 3, 2021!


      Our Dungeon Masters are excited for you to join them on more adventures with your teammates, while also making friends, exploring your creativity, connecting with others in our community, and having fun!

      Our Term 3 program runs for a huge 9 weeks, our longest program yet!


      Who can participate in AV's Dungeons & Dragons program?

      • Players aged 10 and older
      • Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced players
      • Current AV members
        If you are not yet an AV member, join as an AV member today to access this members-only program, and so much more!


      Cost

      $270 for the 9-week term.

      That's a huge 270 hours of questing and adventuring fun! 

      This ensures our Dungeons Masters have adequate time to develop exciting adventures, moderate our groups and make it fun for everyone.
      If cost is a barrier, please talk to Carla - gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      When are the sessions in Term 3?

      We've listened to our members' feedback and to all of the requests in the Expression of Interest, and we've done our best to include all of these as well as our Dungeon Masters' availability in our session planning for Term 3.


      • Session 1: Tuesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years
      • Session 2: Wednesday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Dean
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 14 to 17 years 
      • Session 3: Friday evening 6:30pm-9:30pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        18+ only session

      • Session 4: Saturday afternoon 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Tarquin
        U
        nder 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 
      • Session 5: Sunday 2pm-5pm. Dungeon Master: Cal
        Under 18 only session, recommended for players aged 10 to 13 years 

      Players aged 10-17 can register for any of the under 18 timeslots, but from previous feedback, they may prefer to attend with others close to their age.


      Each session can accommodate six players maximum, and must have at least four players to run. If a session doesn't have at least four registrations one week before the start date, we will contact those registered to find an alternative session.


      When are the sessions running?

      Sessions start in the first week of Term 3 (from Monday 12 July).

      The last sessions for Term 3 will be in the week finishing Sunday 12 September.


      Who are the Dungeon Masters?

      Our AV Dungeon Masters are skilled in Dungeon & Dragons storytelling. We have employed a team of experts to assist new and younger players to learn, some from our very own Young Adults Group.


      What platform will be used?

      Our Dungeon Masters use Zoom to host their virtual campaign and share it with their players. When you registration is complete, you will receive an event registration confirmation email which contains the Zoom link.

      You'll also receive your Dungeon Master's AV email address so you have a direct link with them in case you need help, if you're running late, or if you're going to miss a session.


      Do I need any equipment?

      You are welcome to purchase a set of Dungeons & Dragons dice if you would like to. They can help players to feel involved in the game, particularly for virtual programs. These are available for purchase at most game shops in Melbourne and at a range of online stores.

      For more information, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


      How do I create a character?

      You will need to submit a completed character sheet with your registration.

      This can be either a PDF of an online character sheet, or a clear photo / scan of a printed & completed character sheet. Please check that it is clear and legible before uploading it.

      - If you need a template, you can use the Fast Character website 

      - Our DMs have requested that players use these resources to create characters: Players Handbook, DM’s Guide, Xanathar’s Guide, Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, Volos Guide to Monsters, Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything.

      - If you need help, please contact the DM for your session. Please click on their name beside your preferred session to send them an email.


      Who can I contact if I have a question or need assistance?

      You can contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      • 20 Jul 2021
      • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Online via Zoom
      Register


      Managing Burnout


      What is autistic burnout? If you have felt emotionally, physically and mentally exhausted from day to day living, then you may just be experiencing it. Autistic burnout is a state of physical and mental fatigue, heightened stress, and reduced ability to manage daily life, sensory input, or social interactions. It's typically the result of years of living in a world which is out of sync with our needs; essentially, when life's challenges and demands continually exceed our resources.


      Join us to hear our guest speakers share their personal and professional experience and knowledge of autistic burnout, and to discover some techniques and strategies you can try to help you and those close to you manage autistic burnout and its effects on your life.


      Date: Tuesday 20 July

      Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm


      Timing on the night:

      7.30 pm: Welcome and introduction

      7.35 pm: Presentation

      8.30 pm: Question and answer session

      9.00 pm: Informal chat (optional)

      9.30 pm: Event concludes.


      Cost:  $15 for AV Members, $30 for Non-Members.

      Become an AV Member today to access a member's rate ticket and a range of other benefits and members-only programs, as well as supporting the amazing work of our AV team!

      If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


      Who would benefit from this topic?

      This event is suitable for Aspergers Victoria members, families, professionals, or anyone else interested in this topic.


      The Zoom session will be facilitated by:

      • Carla Tatulaschwili - General Manager
      • Libby Wiliamson- Events Coordinator
      • Jenni Clarke - Community Administration Coordinator


      What is Zoom?

      Zoom is a free web-based video conferencing program. You can download it free onto your computer or phone/tablet, or you can dial in and participate via your phone (landline or smart phone). Download the AV Zoom Guide (pdf)


      How can I access the event?

      The meeting will be held via Zoom. You will receive an event confirmation email with the Zoom meeting link after you register your attendance.

      More information about using Zoom


      If you have questions or would like more information, please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au.


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      • 22 Jul 2021
      • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
      • Online via Zoom



      Young Adults Hub: Online Peer Discussion -

      chat & play online games


      Our Young Adults group is a great place for Aspergers, autistic and other similar neurodivergent profiles adults aged 18 years - 35 years (approx.) to meet, chat, and play games with no social pressure. As this is a parent/carer-free zone, we invite any parents or carers to attend our separate Parents & Carers group.


      We are meeting online via Zoom in July, and we have included more information below about Zoom and how to access the meetings. You are welcome to have your video and microphone on or off if you prefer, and you can also participate in the meeting via Zoom's text-based chat function.


      The session is facilitated by the Young Adult team:

      • Matt, Cal, Sunny, Eleanor & Tim - YA Mentors
      • Lyndel Kennedy - Young Adults Co-Facilitator


      All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV group leaders have a Working with Children Check.


      Do I need to register?

      All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHHS COVID contact tracing and venue capacity limits.


      Cost: $5 for AV members, $10 for non-members.

      Become an AV member today to access discounted tickets for groups and events, other members-only programs, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community.

      If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

      If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


        What is Zoom?

        Zoom is a free web-based video conferencing program. You can download it free onto your computer or phone/tablet, or you can dial in and participate via your landline or smart phone. Download the AV Zoom Guide (pdf)


        If you have questions about the event, our COVIDSafe policy, or need assistance with registration, please contact Jenni: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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        • 24 Jul 2021
        • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
        • Edendale Farm, 30 Gastons Rd, Eltham
        • 8
        Register




        North-East Parents & Carers Support Group - Edendale Farm


        Our North-East Parents & Carers group is an in-person peer support meeting open to all parents & carers of Aspergers / autistic children, teens or adults to meet, chat, exchange ideas and find support. We are now returning to in-person meetings for this group, and while things have changed a little due to COVIDSafe requirements, we will do our best to make the transition as smooth as possible for our community.


        This session is facilitated by Rebecca, our North-East Parents & Carers Group Leader: northeastparents@aspergersvic.org.auAll AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV group leaders have a Working with Children Check.


        We also have two other Parents & Carers group meetings.

        Our online group meets monthly via Zoom and is facilitated by Jenny: adultparentsupport@aspergersvic.org.au

        Our Southern group meets monthly in person in the Hampton area: southern@aspergersvic.org.au


        Do I need to register?

        All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHHS COVID contact tracing and venue capacity limits.


        Cost: $10 for AV members, $15 for non-members.

        Become an AV member today to access discounted tickets for groups and events, other members-only programs, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community. 

        If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

        If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


        Venue information

        Edendale Farm, 30 Gastons Road, Eltham. We will meet in the Thomas Coolroom in the main homestead.

        Edendale Farm website

        Edendale Farm website - on-site accessibility and transport information

        Edendale Farm on Google Maps


        What can I expect when I attend an AV COVIDSafe event?
        AV is closely following DHHS COVID-19 requirements and our in-person events have changed to comply with these. We encourage you to read our Aspergers Victoria COVID Safe Plan - April 2021.pdf before you attend in-person events at AV in 2021. This includes important information about our QR code check-in system and what you need to bring with you to an event. As the venue capacity is reduced and spaces are limited, please register if you would like to attend to ensure you don't miss out.

        Please note that due to DHHS COVIDSafe guidelines, there will be no refreshments provided by AV at this event. Participants are welcome to bring their own refreshments if they choose, including a water bottle.

        Please note that DHHS advice may change and we will do our best to communicate any changes in AV COVID-19 policy to our community.


        If you have questions about the event, about AV, or need assistance with registering, please email our admin team: admin@aspergersvic.org.au.


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        • 26 Jul 2021
        • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
        • Hampton Community Centre, 14 Willis Street, Hampton
        • 25
        Register




        Southern Parents & Carers Support Group


        Our Southern Parents & Carers group is an in-person peer support meeting open to all parents & carers of Aspergers / autistic children, teens or adults. We are returning to in-person meetings for the first time since February 2020, and while things have changed a little due to COVIDSafe requirements, we will do our best to make the transition as smooth as possible for our community.


        This session will be facilitated by the Group Leader, Natalie:

        southern@aspergersvic.org.au

        All AV volunteer group leaders share the lived experience of their group participants and welcome new attendees. All AV group leaders have a Working with Children Check.


        We also have two other Parents & Carers groups.

        Our North-East group meets monthly in the Eltham area: northeastparents@aspergersvic.org.au

        Our Online group meets monthly via Zoom: adultparentsupport@aspergersvic.org.au


        Do I need to register?

        All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details. For in-person meetings, registration is required due to DHS COVID contact tracing requirements and venue capacity limits. When your registration is complete, you will receive a QR code that you will need to bring with you on the day on your phone or as a printout to access the meeting.


        Cost: $10 for AV members, $15 for non-members.

        Become an AV member today to access discounted tickets for groups and events, other members-only programs, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community.

        If you are attending an AV group for the first time, you are welcome to register for free using our first-time attendee ticket. Please email admin@aspergersvic.org.au to access this.

        If cost is a barrier, please contact Carla: gm@aspergersvic.org.au


        Venue information

        Hampton Community Centre website

        Hampton Community Centre on Google Maps

        Closest public transport: Hampton Station, 100m away. Buses: 708, 828. Timed parking behind Woolworths (rear of Hampton St).

        Accessibility: accessible parking on-site, wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets.


        What can I expect when I attend an AV COVIDSafe event?
        AV is closely following DHHS COVID-19 requirements and our in-person events have changed to comply with these. We encourage you to read our AV COVIDSafe Plan before you attend in-person events at AV in 2021. This includes important information about our QR code check-in system and what you need to bring with you to an event. As the venue capacity is reduced and spaces are limited, please register if you would like to attend to ensure you don't miss out.

        Due to current DHHS restrictions, refreshments will not be provided at this event. You are most welcome to bring your own snack and drink to enjoy, however please be aware that these are not able to be shared.


        Please note that DHHS advice may change and we will do our best to communicate any changes in AV COVID-19 policy to our community.


        If you have questions about the event, our COVIDSafe policy, or need assistance with registration, please contact our admin team: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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        • 27 Jul 2021
        • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
        • Online via Zoom
        • 5
        Register

        AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 7:30pm group


        Our next AV Book Club will discuss The Left Hand of Darkness, by Ursula K. Le Guin.


        The Left Hand of Darkness (Hainish Cycle, #4)

        A groundbreaking work of science fiction, The Left Hand of Darkness tells the story of a lone

        human emissary to Winter, an alien world whose inhabitants can choose - and change - their

        gender. His goal is to facilitate Winter's inclusion in a growing intergalactic civilization. But to do so

        he must bridge the gulf between his own views and those of the completely dissimilar culture that

        he encounters. Embracing the aspects of psychology, society, and human emotion on an alien world, The Left Hand of Darkness stands as a landmark achievement in the annals of intellectual

        science fiction.


        Do I need to register?

        All attendees to AV's online and in-person groups and events must register before attending. For Zoom meetings, you need to register to access the Zoom details.


        Cost: Free for AV members.

        Become an AV member today to access this members-only interest group, discounted tickets for peer support groups and AV events, and to support all the wonderful work our volunteers and staff team do for our community. 


        How do I access the Zoom session?

        When your registration is complete, you will receive a registration confirmation email with the Zoom link. We have included more information below about Zoom and how to access the Zoom session.


        What is Zoom?

        Zoom is a free web-based video conferencing program. You can download it free onto your computer or phone/tablet, or you can dial in and participate via your landline or smart phone. Download the AV Zoom Guide (pdf)


        If you have questions about registration or would like more information, please contact our admin team: admin@aspergersvic.org.au


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      Past events

      24 Jun 2021 Young Adults Hub: Updated June Meeting - now online only
      19 Jun 2021 Inclusive Women's & NB Get-Together - Online Meeting
      17 Jun 2021 Adults Hub: Online. Topic: autism in women
      10 Jun 2021 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      9 Jun 2021 Community Lockdown Gathering
      5 Jun 2021 Managing Bullying Workshop
      4 Jun 2021 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      3 Jun 2021 Updated: Partners Group - online meeting: You, me and everyone can benefit from Self Care. What is Self-Care for me?
      2 Jun 2021 Community Lockdown Gathering
      27 May 2021 Young Adults Hub - Online Meeting
      25 May 2021 AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 7:30pm group
      22 May 2021 North-East Parents & Carers - Edendale Farm
      20 May 2021 Adults Hub: Where and how to meet people
      15 May 2021 Inclusive Women's & NB Get-Together - In-Person Meeting
      13 May 2021 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      12 May 2021 "AspieLand" Moderated Minecraft - Expressions of Interest for Term 3 2021
      12 May 2021 Dungeons and Dragons - Expression of Interest for Term 3, 2021
      7 May 2021 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      6 May 2021 Partners Group: Positively Piecing It Together
      28 Apr 2021 From Passion to Paycheque
      26 Apr 2021 "AspieLand" Moderated Minecraft - Term 2 2021
      22 Apr 2021 Young Adults Hub - HYBRID EVENT: ONLINE REGISTRATION
      22 Apr 2021 Young Adults Hub - HYBRID EVENT: IN PERSON REGISTRATION
      19 Apr 2021 Southern Parents & Carers - In-Person Meeting
      17 Apr 2021 Inclusive Women's & NB Get-Together - Return to In-Person Meetings
      15 Apr 2021 Adults Hub: Online Phone/Peer Meeting Discussion
      9 Apr 2021 Teens Hub: Pancake Parlour
      8 Apr 2021 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      1 Apr 2021 Partners Group: Guest Speaker - Margaret Hall (psychologist)
      30 Mar 2021 AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 7:30 PM group
      30 Mar 2021 AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 9.30 AM group
      27 Mar 2021 North-East Parents & Carers - In-Person Meeting
      25 Mar 2021 Young Adults Hub
      18 Mar 2021 Partners Group - Benefits of Being Together
      18 Mar 2021 Adults Hub: Sensory Sensitivities
      18 Mar 2021 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      15 Mar 2021 Southern Parents & Carers - In-Person Meeting (morning)
      13 Mar 2021 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      11 Mar 2021 Adults Hub - Picnic at Central Park
      5 Mar 2021 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      5 Mar 2021 Southern Parents & Carers - In-Person Meeting (evening)
      2 Mar 2021 Dungeons and Dragons - Expression of Interest for Term 2, 2021
      2 Mar 2021 "AspieLand" Moderated Minecraft - Expressions of Interest for Term 2 2021
      1 Mar 2021 "AspieLand" Moderated Minecraft - Term 1 2021
      28 Feb 2021 AV 30th Birthday Celebration
      25 Feb 2021 Young Adults Hub
      22 Feb 2021 Virtual Work Know How Program - Expression of Interest
      18 Feb 2021 Partners Group - Together Again
      18 Feb 2021 Adults Hub: Topic - diagnosis
      18 Feb 2021 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      17 Feb 2021 Successful Tertiary Transitions
      17 Feb 2021 Managing Bullying Workshop - Expression of Interest
      15 Feb 2021 Community Lockdown Gathering
      13 Feb 2021 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      12 Feb 2021 Dungeons & Dragons Term 1 2021 - Friday 6.30pm session (18 and older)
      5 Feb 2021 Southern Parents & Carers - Return to In-Person Meetings
      5 Feb 2021 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      28 Jan 2021 Young Adults Hub
      27 Jan 2021 AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 7:30 PM group
      27 Jan 2021 AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 10 AM group
      21 Jan 2021 Adults Hub: Social Night - "Welcome to the New Year"
      21 Jan 2021 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      20 Jan 2021 Supporting Successful School Transitions Event
      18 Jan 2021 "AspieLand" Moderated Minecraft - Summer School Holiday Program 2021
      16 Jan 2021 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      17 Dec 2020 Adults Hub: Festive Season Social Night
      17 Dec 2020 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      17 Dec 2020 Young Adults Hub
      17 Dec 2020 Mentor Meets - Foundations of Creativity
      12 Dec 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      10 Dec 2020 "AspieLand" Moderated Minecraft - Expressions of Interest for 2021
      9 Dec 2020 Mentor Meets - Foundations of Software Engineering and Business Partnering
      4 Dec 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      30 Nov 2020 Mentor Meets - Foundations of Cyber Security
      26 Nov 2020 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      26 Nov 2020 Young Adults Hub
      21 Nov 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      19 Nov 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      17 Nov 2020 AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 7:30 PM group
      17 Nov 2020 Moderated Minecraft - AspieLand (Pilot Program)
      17 Nov 2020 Dungeons and Dragons - Expression of Interest for 2021
      17 Nov 2020 AV Book Club - Fiction by Aspie / Autistic Authors: 10 AM group
      15 Nov 2020 Aspergers Victoria 2020 Annual General Meeting
      8 Nov 2020 Access to TAFE Advocacy Meeting
      6 Nov 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      29 Oct 2020 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      29 Oct 2020 Adults Hub: Online / Phone Social Night
      22 Oct 2020 Young Adults Hub
      17 Oct 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      15 Oct 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      13 Oct 2020 Danny Blackford: Building Resilience - How to Bounce Back in a Tough World
      3 Oct 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      2 Oct 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      24 Sep 2020 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      24 Sep 2020 Young Adults Hub
      19 Sep 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      17 Sep 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      7 Sep 2020 Raelene Dundon - Anxiety and Pathological Demand Avoidance in Autism
      4 Sep 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      27 Aug 2020 Young Adults Hub
      20 Aug 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      15 Aug 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      12 Aug 2020 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      11 Aug 2020 "Different Not Less" with Chloe Hayden
      7 Aug 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      30 Jul 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      23 Jul 2020 Young Adults Hub
      21 Jul 2020 ***CANCELLED*** Demand Avoidance in Autism with Kristy Forbes
      18 Jul 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      16 Jul 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      15 Jul 2020 Online Parents & Carers Community Connection
      10 Jul 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      8 Jul 2020 'My Career From Nerd To Novelist' with Graeme Simsion
      25 Jun 2020 Young Adults Hub
      20 Jun 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      18 Jun 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      17 Jun 2020 Online Parents & Carers of Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      9 Jun 2020 GameAware Event with Andrew Kinch
      5 Jun 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      3 Jun 2020 Online Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      28 May 2020 Young Adults Hub
      21 May 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      20 May 2020 Online Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      16 May 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      14 May 2020 Young Adults Hub
      6 May 2020 Online Parents & Carers of Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      1 May 2020 Teens Hub: Concurrent Online Discord Games & Zoom Parents Discussion
      30 Apr 2020 AV's World of Work: Socialising & Executive Functioning with Barb Cook
      23 Apr 2020 Young Adults Hub
      22 Apr 2020 Online Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      18 Apr 2020 Online Inclusive Women's Get-together
      16 Apr 2020 Adults Hub: Online/Phone Peer Meeting Discussion
      6 Apr 2020 Online Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      3 Apr 2020 Teens Hub: Discord & Zoom Concurrent Online Peer Discussion
      27 Mar 2020 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      26 Mar 2020 Young Adults Hub
      21 Mar 2020 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      19 Mar 2020 Adults Meet-Up
      18 Mar 2020 Online Peer Discussion regarding COVID-19 Uncertainty
      9 Mar 2020 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      6 Mar 2020 Teens Hub: BBQ, Fire Pit & Board Games Night
      6 Mar 2020 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      5 Mar 2020 Partners Peer Support Group
      28 Feb 2020 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      27 Feb 2020 Young Adults Hub
      20 Feb 2020 Adults Meet-Up
      18 Feb 2020 International Aspergers Day Celebration Event
      15 Feb 2020 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      10 Feb 2020 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      7 Feb 2020 Teens Meetup: Barefoot/Socks Lawn Bowls Night
      7 Feb 2020 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      6 Feb 2020 Partners Peer Support Group
      30 Jan 2020 AS Adults Social Night Meeting
      19 Dec 2019 AS Adults Social Night Meeting
      9 Dec 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      6 Dec 2019 Teens Meetup: Gift making, Pizza & Board Games Night
      6 Dec 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      5 Dec 2019 Partners Peer Support Group
      5 Dec 2019 Volunteers & Staff End of Year Celebration Dinner
      28 Nov 2019 Young Adults Hub
      22 Nov 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      21 Nov 2019 Adults Meet-Up
      17 Nov 2019 Annual General Meeting & Celebration
      16 Nov 2019 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      15 Nov 2019 Social Butterflies: Inclusive Girls' Gathering
      11 Nov 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      11 Nov 2019 Social Communication for Life Program - Young Adults Module 1
      7 Nov 2019 Partners Peer Support Group
      1 Nov 2019 Teens Meetup: Indoor Rock Climbing Night
      31 Oct 2019 AS Adults Social Night Meeting
      29 Oct 2019 Develop Your Social Skills Toolkit - Young Adults Module 2
      27 Oct 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group - Term 4 2019
      25 Oct 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      24 Oct 2019 Young Adults Meetup
      19 Oct 2019 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      18 Oct 2019 Social Butterflies: Inclusive Girls' Gathering
      17 Oct 2019 Adults Meet-Up
      14 Oct 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      13 Oct 2019 Develop Your Social Skills Toolkit -Teens Module 1
      8 Oct 2019 Adults & Young Adults Melbourne Observatory Social Night
      4 Oct 2019 Teens Meetup: Drumming Workshop & Games Night
      3 Oct 2019 Partners Peer Support Group
      29 Sep 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      26 Sep 2019 Young Adults Hub
      21 Sep 2019 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      20 Sep 2019 Social Butterflies: Inclusive Girls' Gathering
      19 Sep 2019 Adults Meet-Up
      17 Sep 2019 Develop Your Social Skills Toolkit -Young Adults Module 1
      15 Sep 2019 Aspie Women@Work: Diagnosis & Disclosure Panel Event
      15 Sep 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      11 Sep 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      6 Sep 2019 Teens Hub: BBQ, Fire Pit & Board Games Night
      6 Sep 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      5 Sep 2019 Partners Meet-Up
      1 Sep 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      29 Aug 2019 AS Adults Social Night Meeting
      23 Aug 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      22 Aug 2019 Young Adults Hub
      18 Aug 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      17 Aug 2019 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      16 Aug 2019 Social Butterflies: Inclusive Girls' Gathering
      15 Aug 2019 Adult Meet-Up
      14 Aug 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      4 Aug 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      2 Aug 2019 Teens Hub: BBQ, Fire Pit & Board Games Night
      2 Aug 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      1 Aug 2019 Partners Meet-Up
      26 Jul 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      25 Jul 2019 Young Adults Hub
      21 Jul 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      20 Jul 2019 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      19 Jul 2019 Social Butterflies: Inclusive Girls' Gathering
      18 Jul 2019 Adult Meet-Up
      7 Jul 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      4 Jul 2019 Partners Meet-Up
      28 Jun 2019 Teens Hub
      28 Jun 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      27 Jun 2019 Young Adults Hub
      23 Jun 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      21 Jun 2019 Social Butterflies Gathering
      20 Jun 2019 Adult Meet-Up
      15 Jun 2019 Inclusive Women's Get-together
      9 Jun 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      7 Jun 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      6 Jun 2019 Partners Meet-Up
      30 May 2019 AS Adults Social Night Meeting
      26 May 2019 Dungeons & Dragons Group
      24 May 2019 Teens Peer Group Meeting
      24 May 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      23 May 2019 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      18 May 2019 Womens Group
      16 May 2019 AS Adults Group Meeting
      12 May 2019 Dungeons & Dragons
      10 May 2019 Teen Girls Peer Mentor Group
      3 May 2019 Teens Peer Group Meeting
      3 May 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      2 May 2019 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      2 May 2019 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      27 Apr 2019 Gener8 (meet-up group for 25 to 45 year olds)
      26 Apr 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      20 Apr 2019 Womens Group
      18 Apr 2019 AS Adults Social Group Meeting
      5 Apr 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      4 Apr 2019 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      28 Mar 2019 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      22 Mar 2019 Teens Peer Group Meeting
      22 Mar 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      21 Mar 2019 AS Adults Social Group Meeting
      16 Mar 2019 Womens Group
      7 Mar 2019 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      1 Mar 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      28 Feb 2019 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      22 Feb 2019 Teens Peer Group Meeting
      22 Feb 2019 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      21 Feb 2019 AS Adults Social Group Meeting
      18 Feb 2019 International Aspergers Day Fundraiser
      18 Feb 2019 International Aspergers Day Breakfast Celebration
      16 Feb 2019 NEW C1825 (social meet up for 18 to 25 year olds)
      16 Feb 2019 Womens Group
      15 Feb 2019 Teen Girls Peer Mentor Group
      8 Feb 2019 Gener8 (meet-up group for 25 to 45 year olds)
      7 Feb 2019 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      1 Feb 2019 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      7 Dec 2018 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      6 Dec 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      3 Dec 2018 Strategies for Success @ Work
      29 Nov 2018 AS Adults End of Year Social Group Meeting
      23 Nov 2018 Teens Peer Group Meeting
      23 Nov 2018 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      22 Nov 2018 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      21 Nov 2018 Annual General Meeting & Celebration
      19 Nov 2018 AV Adult Women's 20+ Group
      16 Nov 2018 Teen Girls Peer Mentor Group
      15 Nov 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      10 Nov 2018 Adults in Their Thirties Social Network
      2 Nov 2018 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      1 Nov 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      30 Oct 2018 Aspergers and Sleep
      26 Oct 2018 Teens & Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      26 Oct 2018 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      25 Oct 2018 AV Young Adults Mini Peer Group Meeting
      18 Oct 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      12 Oct 2018 Adults in Their Thirties Social Network
      4 Oct 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      28 Sep 2018 Teens Peer Group Meeting
      27 Sep 2018 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      20 Sep 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      18 Sep 2018 Jobs for People with Aspergers
      16 Sep 2018 “The Mechanics of Emotion, Clarity, Congruence and Communication in Everyday Life”
      14 Sep 2018 Teen Girls Peer Mentor Group
      7 Sep 2018 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      6 Sep 2018 Dr Gavi Ansara Presents: How to Unlock your Aspie Superpowers
      30 Aug 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      24 Aug 2018 Teens Peer Group Meeting
      24 Aug 2018 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      23 Aug 2018 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      16 Aug 2018 AS Adults August Social Night
      3 Aug 2018 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      2 Aug 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      27 Jul 2018 AsperTeens Peer Group Meeting
      26 Jul 2018 Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      24 Jul 2018 Pathways to Educational Engagement
      19 Jul 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      5 Jul 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      28 Jun 2018 AV Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      22 Jun 2018 AsperTeens Peer Group Meeting
      22 Jun 2018 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      21 Jun 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      7 Jun 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      1 Jun 2018 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      25 May 2018 AsperTeens Peer Group Meeting
      24 May 2018 AS Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      17 May 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      4 May 2018 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      3 May 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      27 Apr 2018 AsperTeens Peer Group Meeting
      26 Apr 2018 AS Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      19 Apr 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      5 Apr 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      23 Mar 2018 AsperTeens Peer Group Meeting
      23 Mar 2018 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      22 Mar 2018 AS Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      15 Mar 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      2 Mar 2018 Eastern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      1 Mar 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      23 Feb 2018 AsperTeens Peer Group Meeting
      23 Feb 2018 Southern Parents & Carers Peer Group Meeting
      22 Feb 2018 AS Young Adults Peer Group Meeting
      15 Feb 2018 AS Adults Peer Group Meeting
      1 Feb 2018 Partners Peer Group Meeting
      22 Nov 2017 Coaching for Neurodiversity
      15 Nov 2017 Annual General Meeting
      11 Oct 2017 Vermont Primary School - OSCH Training


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