Being Friends with Bodie Finch Written and illustrated by Candy Lawrence. Welcome to our guest post by Dani Netherclift. Dani is a writer and blogger who is passionate about children’s books and autism acceptance. She is also the mother of a neurotypical child and a child on the spectrum. Please check out her
An article about the Branch Out Min-Market has appeared in the Geelong Advertiser. Here is the transcript Autism Support Group The Treehouse is helping locals get Christmas organised early with it’s Branch Out Mini-Market. The market, a fundraiser for the Treehouse, will be held from 11am to 2pm on October 22
Welcome to our guest post by Princess Aspien. An ambassador for Yellow Ladybugs, Aspergers Victoria and Treehouse Geelong, she dedicates her life to being a role model, advocate and encourager to children and adults alike on the Autism spectrum, and helping their families to see through and get a greater
This post was shared on the “Humans in Geelong” facebook page facebook.com/HumansinGeelong ‘A place where it’s ok to have Autism without anyone trying to fix anyone, a place to just be you.’ With this philosophy in mind John and Sharon Demopoulos created The Treehouse Geelong in 2008. ‘Most times having
What a great team of generous people behind Coles Leopold donation to The Treehouse Geelong. Today i went to Leopold Coles to be presented with a cheque for a $1000 from the store manager Anthony. I would also like to thank Jess for making the store aware of The Treehouse Geelong.
Here is a transcription of the live video streamed on facebook, when Lisa and Michelle were about to go into the Parliamentary inquiry into services for people with ASD in Victoria. “Hi everyone. I’m Lisa from The Treehouse. Michelle and I are about to go into the City Hall and go
YMCA held their award nights on Saturday 17th September. Treehouse were honoured to be nominated for volunteerism. YMCA held the event at the Pivotonian cinema. Such a welcoming atmosphere full of enthusiasm. Treehouse were finalists. So rewarding getting noticed in the community for all the hard work we do. We have