Secret Agent Society (SAS) Small Group Program

Secret Agent Society (SAS) Small Group Program

Thu 24 Sep 2020

Allambie Heights Campus
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17/9/20 to 10/12/204.30pm - 6pmEvery Week on Thursday
Croudace Bay Stuart Centre
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04/8/20 to 27/10/204.30pm - 6.30pmEvery Week on Tuesday
Tuggerah Centre
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08/9/20 to 15/12/204.30pm - 6.30pmEvery Week on Tuesday

Unlocking the secrets of friendship

Secret Agent Society (SAS) Small Group Program is designed for children aged 8 to 12 years who have social or emotional challenges, those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anger management difficulties, and undiagnosed range of social and emotional difficulties.

This evidence-based program is one of the most successful of its kind in the world, providing children with the tools and skills to change their everyday lives by making friends, and feeling happier, calmer and braver.

The SAS Small Group Program has a fun detective theme and taps into kids’ love of gaming. The program transforms tedious tasks with interactive award-winning resources, including: 

  • An animated ‘secret agent’ computer game 
  • Helpful Thought Missile action game 
  • Therapeutic Challenger board game 
  • Secret Message Transmission Device game

 

What does this program involve?

  • 9 small-group weekly club meetings plus 2 follow-up booster sessions for children
  • 8 hours of parent sessions (includes parent information session) over the period of 2 months
  • Weekly missions and teacher tip sheets, SAS Computer Game, and Skill Tracker System to practise skills at home and school

     

    Who is this program for?

    For children aged 8-12 years with:

    • Anxiety disorders
    • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
    • Anger management difficulties
    • High functioning autism / Asperger’s Syndrome
    • Undiagnosed range of social and emotional difficulties including general challenges with friendships, team work, conversations or staying calm.

     

    What are the outcomes?

    The program teaches children how to:

    • Recognise simple and complex emotions in themselves and others
    • Express their feelings in appropriate ways
    • Cope with feelings of anger and anxiety
    • Communicate and play with others
    • Understanding levels of friendship
    • Cope with team work, games and ‘losing’
    • Cope with mistakes and transitions
    • Build and maintain friendships
    • Solve social problems
    • Detect the different between accidents, jokes and nasty deeds
    • Detect and understanding bullying
    • Prevent and manage bullying and teasing
    • Acknowledging personal strengths and goals

       

      REGISTER YOUR SPOT TODAY!

      Limited spaces available! 

      Call 1300 888 378, email ask@cerebralpalsy.org.au or complete the registration form at the top of this page.

      This program can be funded by your NDIS package, under the following categories:

      I’m interested

      • We will be in touch with you within an hour, Mon-Fri 9:00am – 5:00pm.
       

      Address

      61 Parklea Avenue
      Croudace Bay New South Wales 2280
      3A Smalls Road
      Ryde New South Wales 2112
      6 Teamster Close
      Tuggerah New South Wales 2259