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What is Southern Explorers?
Southern Explorers is a group program that supports teenagers and young adults on the autism spectrum to develop a range of social, communication and life skills.
Everyday life skills such as shopping, food preparation, cooking, kitchen hygiene and money handling can all be developed in a fun, group environment which also gives participants opportunities to connect with peers and make new friends.
Southern Explorer evenings run at our Southern House, or out and about in the community.
How can I benefit from joining the group?
Southern Explorers offers a varied 10-week program of workshops, outings and social events that support young adults with autism to develop life skills, encourage a range of social skills, and build connections with like-minded people in a fun environment.
The program gives you the opportunity to get together with others and enjoy activities like:
- Dining out;
- Playing computer and board games;
- Food preparation and cooking;
- Arts & crafts;
- Sports and fitness;
- Movies and live performances;
- Recreational activities; and
- Much more!
Southern Explorers gives participants opportunities to develop life skills and build connections with like-minded people in a fun environment.
How can I access the group?
For more information about supports and services at Autism SA, please contact My Pathways on 1300 288 476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Autism SA is accredited and registered as a provider through the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). This means that you can pay for services at Autism SA with your NDIS funding, or you may pay yourself, through fee for service.