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LPF Programs

All groups and programs  are facilitated by experienced disability staff. They are a great opportunity to be involved in a structured social program within a safe and non-judgemental environment. We aim to increase social development and to foster an inclusive and creative culture, to actively participate in the community. Parents have the opportunity to receive resources and advice on strategies relating to issues that may be of concern with a carer support environment. Through attending a regular group both parents and children are able to build a supportive network of both formal and informal supports.


LPF Nth St Marys DUPLO Club – 3.30pm-5.00pm for parents in support area & children aged 5 -m 8 years with ASD or ASD like symptoms


LPF Parent support Groups – 9.30am and 11.00am monthly (for parents/carers to attend for support)

ME Focus Group – A groups that is run for children aged between 8 -13 years old. Run at the LPF Centre. This group is a drop off social skills program where parents are not required to stay.

EMOJI – This is a group for teenagers / young adults to attend. Running Fortnightly at the LPF Centre between 5.30pm and 7pm. This program includes community participation and monthly outings.


ME Focus Group – 3:30pm – 5pm Apple Group. this session is facilitated to focus on social skills and group behaviours. Children 9 – 13 years of age.


Lego Club – 3.30pm and 5.00pm this group runs for children with ASD in Primary School Grades 3 to 6


LPF Sensory Playgroup – 3.30pm – 5pm Duplo Group this session is facilitated to include Occupational, music and sensory input.  Children aged 5 to 8 years with ASD or ASD like symptoms.

The Carers NSW together program and MyTime assist in the facilitation of separate parent support groups for parents to spend time with other parents on the same journey.

If you would like any information regard these groups or to enquire about availability please email groups@lukepriddisfoundation.com or call the office on 4736 2202

During School Holiday programs the LPF runs social skills program’s as well Music therapy, art sessions and more! Stay updated by subscribing to our newsletter or by following us on Facebook!

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