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Youth Group (ages 12-17)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Gold Foundation organises regular social groups for young people on the Autism Spectrum from 12 to 17 years of age. Our Youth Groups are held in a relaxed and fun environment, where young people can be social together, forge lasting friendships and, informally, develop social skills and connect with others their age.

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Not So Youth Group (ages 18-30)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Not So Youth Group is a social group for young adults on the Autism Spectrum where attendees can be social, find common ground and make friends, all the while continuing to develop communication and social skills.

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‘What’s the Buzz?’ (ages 9-11)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

'What's the Buzz?' (Primary) is a 16-week social skills enrichment program for 9-11 year olds on the Autism Spectrum that encourages children to think about how to get along with others and explore the benefits of developing new social skills.

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‘What’s the Buzz?’ (ages 5-8)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

'What's the Buzz?' (ages 5-8) is a 16-week social skills enrichment program for 5-8 year olds on the Autism Spectrum that encourages children to think about how to get along with others and explore the benefits of developing new social skills.

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Cadets (ages 7-11)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Cadets is an activity-based social group designed to help young people on the Autism Spectrum aged 7-11 develop friendships and improve their social well-being! Through conversations and activities, participants have the opportunity to improve their confidence and build their social skills in a safe and fun environment.

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Youth Group (ages 12-17)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Gold Foundation organises regular social groups for young people on the Autism Spectrum from 12 to 17 years of age. Our Youth Groups are held in a relaxed and fun environment, where young people can be social together, forge lasting friendships and, informally, develop social skills and connect with others their age.

Recurring

Not So Youth Group (ages 18-30)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Not So Youth Group is a social group for young adults on the Autism Spectrum where attendees can be social, find common ground and make friends, all the while continuing to develop communication and social skills.

Recurring

‘What’s the Buzz?’ (ages 9-11)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

'What's the Buzz?' (Primary) is a 16-week social skills enrichment program for 9-11 year olds on the Autism Spectrum that encourages children to think about how to get along with others and explore the benefits of developing new social skills.

Recurring

‘What’s the Buzz?’ (ages 5-8)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

'What's the Buzz?' (ages 5-8) is a 16-week social skills enrichment program for 5-8 year olds on the Autism Spectrum that encourages children to think about how to get along with others and explore the benefits of developing new social skills.

Recurring

Cadets (ages 7-11)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Cadets is an activity-based social group designed to help young people on the Autism Spectrum aged 7-11 develop friendships and improve their social well-being! Through conversations and activities, participants have the opportunity to improve their confidence and build their social skills in a safe and fun environment.

Recurring

Youth Group (ages 12-17)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Gold Foundation organises regular social groups for young people on the Autism Spectrum from 12 to 17 years of age. Our Youth Groups are held in a relaxed and fun environment, where young people can be social together, forge lasting friendships and, informally, develop social skills and connect with others their age.

Recurring

Not So Youth Group (ages 18-30)

The Gold Foundation 9-11 Carlisle Street, Camden Park, SA, Australia

Not So Youth Group is a social group for young adults on the Autism Spectrum where attendees can be social, find common ground and make friends, all the while continuing to develop communication and social skills.

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