Peer groups

Amaze is excited to support some new and existing peer support groups in and around Melbourne and regional Victoria

In the City of Glen Eira and Bayside, Sherene Campbell has continued to support the Bayside autism carers support group which partners with MOIRA Inc. Sherene can be contacted via Facebook.

In the City of Casey, A Spectrum of Belonging, which focuses on bringing together families with primary school aged children has begun to meet and plan for events in the local area.  Ana Willis leads the group and can be contacted via Facebook.

In the City of Bayside, Divergent Connections continues to meet and focus on young people between the ages of 15-25yrs.  This group is led by Fel Andronicou and she can be contacted via Facebook.

Autism Support Network – South East Melbourne has also been recently established by Leonie Hearn.  Leonie is supporting carers with coffee mornings and organised walks and can be contacted via Facebook.

Small Talk – Social support group for autistic families supported by Amaze and facilitated by Farheen Ansari is focusing on linguistically diverse families in the western suburbs of Melbourne.

In the northern Victorian city of Wodonga, Alison Holt has established a girls and teen group called Neurotypical Not So Much which will meet at the Wodonga library.  Please contact Alison via Facebook.

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