The Friendship Space

Our April school holiday program has now been filled. You are welcome to complete the form below to be placed on our waitlist, and you will be contacted if cancellations occur or new sessions are created. If you’d like to learn about other programs on offer during the school holidays, or further information on our services and supports, please contact our Pathways Team on 1300 288 476. 

Thank you for your interest in this program.

What Is The Friendship Space?

The Friendship Space is a 1-2 day school holiday program for children aged 7-9years old, where the group will come together in a safe ‘Friendship Space’ to learn and develop social skills for the school and OSHC environment.

Activities across the 2 days will include Lego building activities, arts, and outdoor school yard games – with all activities designed to work with the participants on building friendship skills that will be able to be used in a typical school yard and with their peers.

Please fill out the booking form below to secure your place.

This program is being delivered at the Redwood Park Foundation Skills Group Site: Redwood Park Centre, 257-259 Grenfell Rd Redwood Park.

This school holiday program for 7-9 year olds will run at Redwood Park Foundation Skills Group Site from 9.30am - 3.00pm on the following dates. Participants can elect to attend one, or both, sessions.

  • Tuesday 13th April

  • Thursday 15th April

Please note: Attendance is limited to 10 participants per day.  If registration capacity is reached you will be advised.


The cost for this program is $465.60 per day including a combination of face to face support and non face to face support. If you are using NDIS funding, this can be funded under the Improved Daily Living (CB Daily Activities) Budget.

Service Agreement

Once complete, your responses to the below questions will form your service agreement.  You will be asked to agree with program costs and terms and conditions, and will receive confirmation of your registration as well as a copy of your answers.  You may withdraw from the program without incurring any fees by contacting at least 2 business days prior to your session.


Please note that the below information will help us to determine if this program is suitable for your child.


Building skills

Behaviours of Concern include: hitting, kicking, biting, running away, throwing objects, knocking over furniture, self harm, continuous screaming, threatening behaviour, spitting and high frequency non-compliance.
If your child does present with Behaviours of Concern, they may be more suited to one to one LEGO Therapy or other programs at Autism SA. We would still like to hear from you - please still submit this form, and a Pathways Consultant will be in touch to discuss this further.

Before submitting, please make yourself aware of Autism SA's Term's and Conditions.

T&C's Autism SA NDIS

T&C's Autism SA FFS