Social Skills Training Programs
Gold Foundation runs two social skills training programs What’s The Buzz and Express Yourself.
What’s the Buzz is a highly structured, role-play and play-based social skills enrichment program for primary-aged students designed to teach young autistic people how to think socially and how to get along with others. Gold Foundation runs What’s The Buzz for ages 5-8, 9-11 & 12-15.
Express Yourself is a creative arts and social skills program for children aged 5-8. Facilitated by a Registered Music Therapist (RMT), and supervised by a Drama Therapist, your child will have fun, make music, interact with others and learn some social skills along the way.
Gold Foundation runs several social groups designed to foster social development in a relaxed and fun environment, where our young autistic people can be social together, forge lasting friendships, develop social skills and connect with others their age.
Programs where young autistic people learn useful skills that foster personal development, and build independence and confidence to take on the world.
Go For Gold
Programs designed to assist young autistic people to find meaningful employment or education pathways to university.