Western Australia - Social life

All Stars for Autism Kids Club

The All Stars Kids Club is a weekly social program for primary school-aged children with autism and their siblings/families. If your children have autism this program can support them to engage with their community in a peer-to-peer setting, build confidence, and develop an understanding of expected behaviour. Find out more about the All Stars for Autism Kids Club

Autism Identity and Awareness for Individuals

This online training course delivers life skills for teenagers and young adults living with autism. It can help you to build confidence and self-awareness. Find out more about this training course


BRAMS can assist Indigenous and people with disability to access supports and the disability system, and provides confidential, culturally responsible and sensitive service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who may be facing challenges in their lives, which are impacting upon their social and emotional wellbeing. Learn about BRAMS


Buddiup supports adolescent males and young men of all abilities to live a healthier life, through program facilitation, mentoring and physical activity. Find out more about Buddiup


CFStrong is a website designed and built specifically for adults living with cystic fibrosis (CF). It is an online resource with stories and information, advice, and covers topics such as medical questions, employment, relationships, and more. Find out more about CFStrong

Circles of Support

Circles of Support will provide peer led activities including local village morning teas and playgroups to CALD and Indigenous people with disability. Find out more about Circles of Support

Empowered Leadership

This program is designed to develop the leadership potential of the disability community across WA. Find out more information

Launchpad – leaving school and leading your own life

Autism Spectrum Australia has developed this resource to help young people with Autism and their families to live independently. See how Launchpad can help you

My Life Keys

This program delivers group based activities including developing communication skills and building confidence for people with intellectual disability to speak up for themselves, make choices and decisions. More information on My Life Keys

National Online Afternoon Program

The I Can Network runs this program to give young autistic people a safe, peer-led space to build confidence and social connections in a safe environment. Visit the website to learn more about the program

The A-List

This is an online platform for young autistic people, their families and carers to find social and group activities with like-minded people with similar interests. Find out more information