World Autism Month of April 2020
Walk for Autism Ballarat on Sunday 29th March
Support for inclusion and acceptance of autism into the Ballarat community.
Where: Lake Wendouree playground area
Time: 11 am – 1 pm
Meet at the Lake Wendouree playground
Short walk through Fairyland
Network with other families with a free sausage sizzle and giant bubbles
Tony Attwood with Sue Larkey
check out the website for details – www.suelarkey.com.au/workshops
Groups and Programs
Ballarat Autism Network Lego Club
Ballarat Autism Network Lego Club assists children and their families, connect and socialise in an autism friendly atmosphere.
Lego Club is held at the Eastwood Leisure Centre, Corner Eastwood and Peel Street.
Fortnightly on at Saturday afternoon 5-7 years 1 pm – 2 pm
8-12 years 2.15 – 3.30 pm
Teens 3.30 – 4.30 pm
Cost- $5 per child or $7 per family
To find out more information and contacts please click here.- lego-club
Ballarat Autism Parent Connection
The Ballarat Autism Parent Connection is a friendly, relaxed group of parents and carers who come together once a month during the school term. Organised through Pinarc Disability Service parent support coordinator Rebecca Paton.This is a great opportunity to share your knowledge and experience and to gain new information about local services and events.
For more information including dates and contact details, please https://www.ballaratautism.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Pinarc-ASD-parent-social-connection-2018.pdf click here.
Asperger Adult Social Connection Group
The Asperger Adult Group is a partners and friends group that meets monthly for a games & pizza evening. For more information please click here.
School Holiday Programs
Parent & Carer Workshops
Positive Partnerships offer free workshops on ASD. You can register on line and view the dates for training in your region. For more information