Social Skills ASD

Chill at Home

Chill at Home is an online home-based interactive social skills coaching program for young adults 18 plus on the autism spectrum.

Chill at Home is a ten-week program (two 1.5 hour online sessions per week for ten weeks).

Supported by peer mentors, our interactive workshops use video illustration, peer demonstrations, role-play and social situation rehearsals. The program uses popular mediums of drama, music, film and social media to engage participants in a fun and creative experience.

Participants are streamed into peer mentor groups according to their current skills and capacity. Participant streaming maximizes the opportunity for our young adults to make connections with their peers during the program and establish new friendships.


Program focus


  • The rules
  • Trading information
  • Finding common interests
  • Good questions to ask
  • Are you listening?
  • How to join & leave a conversation
  • Body boundaries
  • Voice volume & eye contact
  • Group conversations
  • Phone conversations

Handling Rejection
Social media/texting/messaging

How it works

Our workshop leaders bring a wealth of experience using creative processes and sociodrama to coach and support young adults in social skills. They are also experts in drama and performance making Chill very engaging, motivating and fun! 

Travelling on the Chill journey with your young adult is our fabulous team of trained peer mentors who provide individualised support and social modelling. 

The benefits
  • Establishing and developing new friendships 
  • Feeling less socially isolated
  • Increased self-confidence
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Improved sense of identity
  • Social independence
  • Find your tribe
  • Lots of fun!

The details


Term 1 27 January – 1 April
Term 2 19 April – 25 June
Term 3 12 July – 17 September
Term 4 5 October – 10 December


Tuesdays and Fridays
2:00pm – 3:30pm


$2,850.00 per term

What technology do you need at home?

  • Home internet
  • A laptop or a tablet or a smart phone
  • Ideally some headphones, but not essential

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