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SET for Life® Programs

Our SET for Life® Programs

We believe in learning for life, which is why our Social Education and Training (SET for Life®) programs are designed to help develop essential social and emotional skills. Find the perfect fit for you and your child in one of our fantastic small group programs!

Brick-by-Brick Club

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The Brick-by-Brick Club is a fun and positive social environment where children can learn and practise social skills and develop social confidence.

Cool Cucumbers

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The Cool Cucumbers curriculum teaches children how to control their emotions and behaviours, improving their ability to cope with challenging situations.

Ready, Set, Prep!

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Ready, Set, Prep is an individualised school readiness program designed to support your child’s transition to primary school.

Super Social Kids

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Super Social Kids is an individualised social skills program that uses explicit instruction and engaging activities to improve your child’s social skills and confidence.

Secret Agent Society

Secret Agent Society is an evidenced-based small group program for children aged 8-12, designed to improve your child’s social and emotional skills.

Signposts

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Signposts is a government-endorsed, evidence-based parent training course designed to help manage and prevent the challenging behaviours of children aged 3-16 years.

 

 

Read on to learn more about our SET for Life® Programs!

 

What is the Brick-by-Brick Club?

About:

The Brick-by-Brick Club is a fun and positive social space for children with autism, anxiety and/or depression to learn, practise and master social skills and develop social confidence. Children engage in collaborative LEGO building tasks while developing skills such as cooperation, turn taking, sharing, compromising, problem solving, following and giving directions, and using appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication.

Read more about LEGO®-Based Therapy here.

Duration:

Brick-by-Brick Club sessions last for 50 minutes. The Holiday Program runs for six days during the school holidays. The Term Program runs on a weekly basis during the school term for 8-10 weeks.

Who:

Children aged 5 or older, who enjoy playing with LEGO and would benefit from the opportunity to practice social skills in a small group environment.

Sessions are facilitated by a psychologist. Groups have a minimum of three participants and a maximum of six.

 

What is the Ready, Set, Prep! Program?

About:

Ready, Set, Prep! is an individualised school readiness program designed to support your child’s transition to primary school. The Ready, Set, Prep! program psychologist will meet with you and your child to set specific goals, ensuring the program curriculum is designed to address your child’s specific needs. Ready, Set, Prep! sessions are fun and engaging. Your child will learn new strategies, develop social skills, and be gradually exposed to the various demands of school. At the conclusion of the program, the Ready, Set, Prep! team will develop a targeted individual learning plan to ensure your prep teacher is well prepared to support your child’s transition to school.

Duration:

In the Holiday Program, Ready, Set, Prep! sessions run for 100 minutes, with six sessions over 2 weeks. In the Term Program, Ready, Set, Prep! sessions run for 50 minutes each week for ten weeks.

Who:

Children who are starting school in the next 6 months and require additional support to prepare them for the transition; or children who are currently in Prep and experiencing difficulties coping with the demands of school.

Sessions are facilitated by a Psychologist and an Educational Therapist. Groups have a minimum of three participants and a maximum of six.

 

What is the Super Social Kids Program?

About:

Super Social Kids is an individualised social skills program designed to teach your child new knowledge, skills and strategies to support their social interactions. The content of the program is specially tailored to meet the needs, goals and learning styles of those enrolled. Super Social Kids is a safe, engaging and fun environment for your child to develop their social confidence, competence and knowledge.

Duration:

In the Holiday Program, Super Social Kids sessions run for 100 or 50 minutes, with six sessions over 2 weeks. In the Term Program, Super Social Kids sessions run for 50 minutes each week for 8-10 weeks.

Who:

Children aged 4 to 16 (Kindergarten age through to high school), who would benefit from social skills training.

Sessions are facilitated by a psychologist. Groups have a minimum of three participants and a maximum of six.

 

What is the Cool Cucumbers: Emotion Regulation Program?

About:

The Cool Cucumbers: Emotion Regulation Program is an individualised group program designed to equip children with skills, knowledge and strategies to cope with their emotions. The curriculum will incorporate evidence-based practices, and will be tailored to the individual goals and learning styles of the participants.

Duration:

Cool Cucumbers sessions last for 50 minutes. The Holiday Program runs for six days during school holidays. The Term Program runs on a weekly basis during the school term for 8-10 weeks.

Who:

Children aged 5 to 16, who require support to identify and regulate their emotions.

Sessions are facilitated by a psychologist. Groups have a minimum of three participants and a maximum of six.

 

What is the Secret Agent Society?

About:

The Secret Agent Society (SAS) is an evidence-based small group program designed to improve social and emotional skills. The program uses an animated ‘secret agent’ computer game, which is highly engaging for children.

Your child attends group sessions with our Clinical Psychologist and learns with their peers. There are also several ‘parent only’ sessions throughout the program, which gives you practical advice on how to best support your child. In addition, SAS provides home and school ‘missions’, to help your child generalise their skills.

We target a range of skills in SAS, including recognising and regulating emotions; conversation skills; play skills; social problem solving; managing change; and how to respond to bullying.

Read more about SAS here.

Duration:

Secret Agent Society sessions run for 90 minutes each week for 9 weeks. Additionally, there are 4 ‘parent only’ sessions, which run for 2 hours and are scheduled throughout the program. At 3 and 6 months after the program, there are further 2 hour sessions: 90 minutes for the children and 30 minutes for the parents.

Who:

Children aged 8 to 12, who have a diagnosis of ASD, ADHD, Anxiety, or have difficulty with social and emotional skills. They should be interested in computer programs and secret missions!

Sessions are facilitated by our Clinical Psychologist, Jennifer Young. Groups will have four participants.

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