Family Support WA offers a range of workshops and group activities. If you are looking to meet new people and try new things, check out our group activities. If you want to enhance your skills, we may have a workshop for you.


Feel Safe

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Family Support WA is proud to present the “Feel Safe” workshop, teaching practical skills for keeping yourself safe in the community and at home. From people dangers and protective behaviours, to safety skills in the home, we work together in a small group to tackle these issues in a way that is fun and engaging for all abilities.

People Wise

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If you are looking at developing your social skills, such as starting conversations, maintaining friendships or identifying and responding to your and others’ emotions, the “People Wise”program is a great place to start. Working in a group of 10, we practice activities and work together to build and refine our “people skills” while having a lot of laughs along the way.

Group Activities

Sklubb North and South

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SKLUBB is an open-ended social skills youth club open to independent youth with special needs who are suited to a 3-to-1 care ratio. It is a safe environment, where individuals are free to do their own thing and make new friends, with the support of experienced staff. 
Each week, the group do lots of fun activities, but in-keeping with our open-ended philosophy nothing is compulsory. Small groups will usually break off to do different acitivites, such as sport, board games, manicures and art. During the session, the group also have afternoon tea and will take turns washing up afterwards to practice some independent living skills. 
SKLUBB NORTH : Each Tuesday during school term, the North of the river SKLUBB group meet at the Wanneroo Skate Park Youth Centre (corner of Wanneroo Road and Ariti Avenue) at 3:30pm – 6:00pm.
SKLUBB SOUTH: Each Thursday during school term, the South of the river SKLUBB group meet at the McLarty Hall (corner of McLarty Road and Watts Road) at 4:00pm – 6:30pm. 

Cooking up a storm

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If you love cooking and want to learn some new recipes and kitchen skills in a fun small group setting, Cooking up a Storm might be for you! It’s a great way to try new foods as well as make new friends, while practising shopping, nutrition, cooking and kitchen safety skills.
The Cooking up a Storm group meet at The FSWA Hub (80 Landsdale Road, Darch) every Tuesday during term from 10:30am – 1:30pm. The term starts with three weeks of making yummy breakfast meals, followed by six weeks of making nutritious main meals and then one final week when we will order pizza as a treat and make a delicious dessert! 
Each session, the group votes on which recipe they would like to cook, then write a shopping list and purchase groceries, cook a meal and eat together. After lunch, the group also clean up their work area, wash and dry the dishes and pack up any leftovers to be safely stored and taken home at the end of the day.
Limited spaces are available, so get your expression of interest in as soon as possible for each new term!


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Have you been wanting to enhance your artistic skills? Wether it be expressing yourself through drawing, painting or other visual arts- participating in art has been proven to improve a persons over all wellbeing. Creating art is a great way to express yourself  and can also help you to feel more relaxed and focused while making something you can be proud of.
At Art Official you have the option to follow each terms creative program and join in creating a variety of beautiful and unique projects, or you can come and do your own thing with the guidance of experienced artists and support staff.
We provide a fun and social small group setting for all skill- levels and Abilities. We also provide a wide variety of materials for you to explore different mediums and tools.
Art Official is a great way to meet new people and spend time socialising in a relaxed and casual setting. We believe that everyone has the ability to create unique and interesting art and welcome everyone who wants to have a go!

School Holiday Program

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The Family Support WA School Holiday Program is available to young, independent individuals who are suited to a 3-to-1 care ratio and are looking for some fun activities to join in with over school holidays.
Individuals need to be dropped off at the designated start point for each activity (this is usually The Hub at 80 Landsdale Road, Darch) and collected afterwards. Any transport during the day is provided by Family Support WA. Most activities take place during the day, but we also get out and have some awesome outings at night. 
Some of our favourite things to do include TimeZone, ice skating, baking and craft and the drive in cinema. Sometimes Family Support WA will provide lunch or dinner, but otherwise you’ll need to bring your own, or there’s always an opportunity to purchase something too! 
Family Support WA can offer different payment options tailored to suit you – Whether you are an existing Family Support WA client, you share or self manage your funding, or you want to pay for service – Contact us for an individualised quote!