Neurodivergent Kids Play

1st Sat of the month

A playgroup for neurodivergent children and their families to socialise and support one another.

The playgroup meets the first Saturday of each month at the Collective Community Hub. New and familiar families welcome. Keep up-to-date on future and ongoing activities on their Facebook page. They would love to meet you and share the journey – the beautiful, the rough and seeing kids play in a safe space – together but apart.

For more info visit:

Neurodivergent Kids Play


Collective Community Hub
1/33 Johnsonville Road


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