Superyou Social is a neurodiverse-affirming social group that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences.
Superyou Social is a group that aims to help members
Advocate for themselves
Navigate the social world and friendships
Have fun and enjoy connections with others
Register your interest in Superyou Social, in the form below, or call 08 6263 8623.
Superyou Social Kids Cannington (8-11 years, grade 4 – 6): games, video games, discussion, and learning time. Starting from 10 October 2023. Fortnightly, Tuesday at 3:30pm – 4:30pm. Please book a parent meeting with group facilitator*.
Superyou Social Kids Fremantle (8-11 years, grade 4 – 6): games, video games, discussion, and learning time. Starting from 18 October 2023. Fortnightly, Wednesday at 3:30pm – 4:30pm. Parent meeting session: 3 October 1:30pm – 2:15pm*.
Superyou Social Teens Fremantle (12-14 years, grade 7 – 9): board games, video games, community activities, discussion (e.g., different perspectives and social world, how to advocate for ourselves). Starting from 10 October 2023. Fortnightly, Tuesday 4pm – 5pm. Parent meeting session: 4 October 9:30am – 10:15am*.
Superyou Social Teens Fremantle (15-17 years, grade 10 – 12): board games, video games, community activities, discussion (e.g., different perspectives and social world, how to advocate for ourselves). Starting from 16 October 2023. Fortnightly, Monday 3:30pm – 4:30pm. Parent meeting session: 4 October 11:00am – 11:45am*.
Superyou Social Young Adults Fremantle (18 – 25 years): board games, community activities, discussion time (e.g., difficulty in life and how to navigate). Starting from 4 September 2023. Fortnightly, Monday 1:00pm – 2:30pm. You can start any week but will need to follow cancellation policy if unable to attend afterwards.
*Please note: Parents will need to book 45 minutes (billed) of face to face or online meetings during the school holidays or prior to the group sessions so that group clinician facilitator can allocate you or your children to suitable groups.
We will be in touch to ensure this group is right for your child.
The following are the objectives of the meeting:
Parents can discuss their concerns with clinicians without kids so clinicians can better support your child in the group and attend to their needs
Discuss the expectations of the group (e.g., billing, client-led)
Intro to neurodiverse affirming strategies
Young adults please note: Young adults don’t need to have parents involved for this meeting (but they are more than welcome to have parents attend). They can request to book 30 minutes of meeting time before attending the group.
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Superyou Social is a neurodiverse-affirming group. We encourage neurodivergent individuals to join Superyou Social as a place to feel safe, empowered, and yourself.
We have sessions specifically for
Superyou Social Kids (8-11 years, grade 4 – 6) fortnightly session
Superyou Social Teens (12-14 years, grade 7 – 9) fortnightly session
Superyou Social Teens (15-17 years, grade 10 – 12) fortnightly session
Superyou Social Young Adults (18 – 25 years) fortnightly session
Community (e.g. local bowling alley)
Register your interest below!
Superyou Social Kids/Teens: Total price for the term (5 sessions) will be $727.50
Superyou Social Young Adults: Total price for the term (5 sessions) will be $969.95
You may choose to miss a session; however, you will still be charged the full term price. Please note that it is essential to complete registration and sign the service agreement before starting sessions.
Funding: You can utilise your NDIS plan (improved daily living) or fund the sessions privately.
SUPERYOU THERAPY IS AN ORGANISATION OF PEOPLEKIND GROUP NDIS PROVIDER NUMBER 4050101696
Superyou Therapy acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we operate. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We extend these respects to all First Nations Peoples we work alongside.
Superyou Therapy acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we operate. We recognise the unique connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People to Country and waters, and we pay our respects to Elders past and present.