Regular fun and friendship

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Sydney Friendship Circle is here to support your family and help you and your child feel connected to your local community. It takes all of us to come together to create a community that is inclusive, where you and your child feel supported and welcome, and where your child and family feel the true value of friendship.

We also support you in your role as a carer and advocate for your child, connect you with other families and together we enjoy fun experiences and make long-lasting memories. At Friendship Circle, our goal is to help you, your family and your child to experience inclusion in our community. We focus on fostering friendships and offering opportunities for your child to have great experiences and make lots of happy memories with their friends.

What makes Friendship Circle unique is our volunteers and our range of fun and interactive programs and activities. Our teen volunteers are keen to become a friend and mentor to your child. Together, they will play and participate in fun activities. Our volunteers attend regular workshops and are provided with relevant information about your child to enable them to support your child to get the most out of our experiences. We offer programs and activities for Juniors ages , Teens ages and Young Adults ages We also run Day Camp during school holidays with lots of wonderful fun activities and weekend getaways for our Juniors and Teens.

Our Friends at Home program involves weekly visits from two teen volunteers at your house during school terms. They will have a fun play date with your child offering you and your family some respite. Young adults will enjoy our weekly Friendship Bakery sessions, fortnightly yoga , and regular social outings organised by our YAD FC team. More details of our programs are available in our Program Overview and current program dates can be viewed in our Program Calendar. Please note that our programs and activities may be covered by your NDIS funding. Please to discuss this in more detail.

We are so excited to meet your family. The first step to becoming a Friendship Circle Family is to contact Rabbi Sender Kavka on for an introduction to Sydney Friendship Circle and to discuss the specific needs of your family. Once you have spoken to us, please complete the following forms:.

Once you have completed these forms you will be able to register for our upcoming events. Inclusion starts with our attitudes toward what it means to belong. The Rebbe , Rabbi Menachem M. We present you with essays and articles written by people with disabilities, family and community members, as well as how-to guides developed by the Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative RCII to provide the tools to successfully include people with disabilities.

Sydney Friendship Circle. Our volunteers attend regular workshops and are provided with relevant information about your child to enable them to support your child to get the most out of our experiences We offer programs and activities for Juniors ages , Teens ages and Young Adults ages Once you have spoken to us, please complete the following forms: Step 1: Family Application Form Step 2: Participation and Consent Form required Step 3: Participant Profile required Once you have completed these forms you will be able to register for our upcoming events.

Jewish Disability Inclusion With content from the Ruderman-Chabad Inclusion Initiative Inclusion starts with our attitudes toward what it means to belong. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept .

Regular fun and friendship

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