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Craft Group

Board Game Club

Cooking Group

Life Skills Hub’s Board Game Club has been specifically tailored for young people to develop their skills in areas of problem-solving and critical thinking as well as social skills.  

Cooking allows children and young people to use all their senses – smelling, looking, touching, listening, tasting – to build upon their knowledge and comfort with food. 

This group gathers the creative minds of young people to further develop fine motor and social skills, as well as executive functioning skills such as ideation and sequencing.

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Dungeons & Dragons

Gross Motor Group

High School Transition

Life Skills Hub's Dungeons & Dragons Group uses fantasy role-playing in a group setting to develop social, emotional and team-building skills, and transfer them into real life experience.

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This group allows young people to come together to further develop their gross motor skills, strength, teamwork skills whilst building their confidence when it comes to physical activities.

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Life Skills Hub’s High School Transition group provides opportunities for students to reflect, connect with peers and learn how to implement strategies to feel prepared for high school life.

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Ladybugs Puberty Group

LEGO Group

Minecraft Social Group

Designed and facilitated by our therapists, our Ladybugs program is tailored for young people who are interested in understanding and preparing for the changes related to puberty.

LEGO© therapy is a social development program designed for young people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other children with social communication difficulties.

Life Skills Hub's Minecraft Social group has been specifically designed by Life Skills Hub staff in conjunction with two teenagers diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 

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What's The Buzz?

The PEERS® group is for Adolescents is a 14-week evidence based social skills program for motivated teens who are interested in learning new ways of making and keeping friends.

The Toolshed Group is a place for young people to develop hands-on skills in a group-based setting; supporting participants to create projects using common tools that we all need to use in daily life.

What’s the Buzz? Is an evidence-based program to teach young people social and emotional intelligence, designed by Mark Le Messurier & Madhavi Nawana Parker.

“We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to.”

- Brene Brown -

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