People can participate in group activities at the SFSA They can also participate in the Mi Community, Sport, Recreation, and Leisure programme, which takes them out into the community. All activities are supervised by a certified staff member and have learning outcomes that correspond to the NDIS plan of the participants. People have a lot of options when it comes to center-based activities.
Gentle exercise, photography, Lego masters, cooking, gardening, and gaming are just a few of the activities available at the SFSA Centre. Drama, basic woodworking, karaoke, scrapbooking, learn to sew, and other artistic activities are available at the SFSA.
Alternatively, we offer a community access programme that is perfect for groups that enjoy getting out and about. Participants in the Recreation, and Leisure programme can learn to play golf, beachcombing, 10-pin bowling, swimming, fishing, and watching movies, among other activities. Individuals who require individual assistance can be helped to engage in group activities.