‘What’s The Buzz?’

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What is ‘What’s The Buzz?’

‘What’s the Buzz?’ is a creative and popular social learning program (created and developed by Mark Le Messurier and Madhavi Nawana Parker) targeted at children and teenagers experiencing challenges around social interactions. Using activity-based sessions, the 16-week program focuses on the practical development of social skills to increase willingness and confidence to engage in social situations.

Used in more than 130 countries by teachers, psychologists and social workers the program utilises positive psychology and educational techniques, giving young people the chance to develop social skills, enrich emotional stability and encourage positive behaviours.

Learn More

Read more about the ‘What’s the Buzz?’ program at their dedicated website whatsthebuzz.net.au

 

‘What’s The Buzz?’ and NDIS Funding

Hourly rate: $193 (charged in increments of 15 minutes)
Travel costs may apply for Face to Face sessions.

*As per the current ‘Social Distancing and Other Measures to Combat Coronavirus (COVID-19)’ as outlined by the Australian Department of Health.

Get in Contact:

For more information or to register for our ‘What’s The Buzz?’ program please contact our BSSA team HERE or call 08 8122 6733.

*BSSA is a program of registered NDIA Behaviour Support Provider Inclusive Sport SA and able to provide support under Specialised CB Relationships.

What's the Buzz logos

What is ‘What’s The Buzz?’

‘What’s the Buzz?’ is a creative and popular social learning program (created and developed by Mark Le Messurier and Madhavi Nawana Parker) targeted at children and teenagers experiencing challenges around social interactions. Using activity-based sessions, the 16-week program focuses on the practical development of social skills to increase willingness and confidence to engage in social situations.

Used in more than 130 countries by teachers, psychologists and social workers the program utilises positive psychology and educational techniques, giving young people the chance to develop social skills, enrich emotional stability and encourage positive behaviours.

Learn More

Read more about the ‘What’s the Buzz?’ program at their dedicated website whatsthebuzz.net.au

 

‘What’s The Buzz?’ and NDIS Funding

Hourly rate: $193 (charged in increments of 15 minutes)
Travel costs may apply for Face to Face sessions.

*As per the current ‘Social Distancing and Other Measures to Combat Coronavirus (COVID-19)’ as outlined by the Australian Department of Health.

Get in Contact:

For more information or to register for our ‘What’s The Buzz?’ program please contact our BSSA team HERE or call 08 8122 6733.

*BSSA is a program of registered NDIA Behaviour Support Provider Inclusive Sport SA and able to provide support under Specialised CB Relationships.

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