Aim High Club (30+ years)
What are we
The Aim High Club (30+ years) is a social for people living with Down syndrome aged over 30+ years. We run 4 events per month and 6 Getaways per year to different locations around the Perth region. We combine skill development, social connection and fun as we focus on each members individual NDIS goals.
To attend you will need
- A Signed Service Agreement
- A Signed Support Plan
*Please note this is a NDIS registered service and we bill for our program based on the schedule of supports available from our coordinator by emailing: email@example.com.
Benefits of attending the Aim High Club
- Get together with friends
- Meet new friends
- Have fun going places and doing things like concerts, restaurants, the beach and movies
- Try out some new things and develop your skills
- Learn while having fun
- Increased confidence and self esteem
- Develop independent living skills such as cooking, budgeting and transport management.
How are we run?
Aim High Club operates on 3 members to 1 support ratio and is billed as per the schedule of supports. Members can bring their own support worker to our events if required, however please notify the Aim High Coordinator before the event of this intention.
Our members are supported by an experienced group leader and supports who are off similar ages to the members. The supports share their own strengths, hobbies, experiences with the members, all the while demonstrating inclusion in every program that we run. We are inclusive of every person between 18-30 years old living with Down Syndrome regardless of their culture, background or ability.
Previous events we have run as part of Aim High Club include Zumba, Fringe Festival, Cooking and Bowling and Mini Golf.
Our Aim High Coordinator is also open to suggestions and feedback for events from our members, regularly emailing and sourcing comments. Our members regularly help with event planning and are encouraged to develop leadership skills as part of the program.
Our Aim High Club members have developed their own set of program rules including; being respectful, friendly, listening, helping and being nice to each other and the supports, no arguing, no swearing, staying positive and having fun!
Found Out More
To find our more about our program please email our Aim High Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org.
See our Events page for upcoming Aim High Club events.
If you would like assistance to access any of our NDIS services, please contact us and speak to our Senior Coordinator.