Teen Programs for Social & Community Participation

List of Teen Programs

  • Club Teen
  • Weekenders
  • 10 Up

Organised group activities provide community access for Teens who are living with disability and are aged 10 to 18 years. Activities take place each Saturday during the school term and run for 4 to 7 hours.

Here are just some of the activities our Teens do each week:

  • Trampolining at Flip Out
  • 10 Pin Bowling
  • Watching movies
  • Eating a picnic lunch
  • Popping along to a Festival such as Blacktown Festival
  • Feeding the animals at a farm
  • Checking out the zoos
  • Playing a round of mini-golf
  • Seeing what is new at Sydney’s Museums such as the Maritime or Fire or Modern
  • Art Museum
  • Visiting many of the parks and playgrounds around Sydney
  • Creating craft work like plaster painting
  • Having lunch at a café and, best of all, being with some friends for a few hours

If you enjoy going out with your peers, making new friends, and visiting places in and around Sydney, while receiving the support you need, contact Riverlink for more information.

 


 

This program provides respite to Carers of younger people with a disability generally aged 8-16yrs. This program usually operates on Saturday for approximately 5-6 hours. The Club Teen program accesses age appropriate community venues throughout the day. Activities include movies, going to museums, bowling, picnics, etc.

Staffing for this program is in accordance with the support needs of the care recipients, with some capacity to be flexible in meeting the needs of younger people with a disability who have higher support needs.

In addition to our term programs, we also offer camps, special activities and school holiday programs when resources allow.

 

 

Camps


Riverlink provides respite through the organisation of Camps during the week in the school holidays and on weekends during the school term, as resources allow.

Care recipients from both Northern Sydney and Cumberland-Prospect are eligible for camp, which is held over three days and two nights. This is currently being held at Uniting Venues, Elanora Heights. Participants engage in a variety of arts and crafts, and sporting activities, appropriate to their age.

 

 

 

 

10 Up


This program provides respite to Carers of younger people with a disability generally aged 8-16yrs.

This program usually operates on Saturday for approximately 5 hours. The 10 Up program accesses age appropriate community venues. Activities include movies, going to museums, bowling, picnics, etc.

Staffing for this program is in accordance to the support needs of the care recipients, with some capacity to be flexible in meeting the needs of younger people with a disability who have higher support needs.

In addition to these regular programs, Riverlink may also offer camps, special activities and school holiday programs when resources allow.

 

 

 

 

16 Up


This program provides respite to Carers of younger people with a disability generally aged 16yrs and over. This program usually operates on Saturday for approximately 5 hours. The 16 Up program accesses age appropriate community venues. Activities include movies, going to museums, bowling, picnics, etc.

Staffing for this program is in accordance to the support needs of the care recipients, with some capacity to be flexible in meeting the needs of younger people with a disability who have higher support needs.

In addition to these regular programs, Riverlink may also offer camps, special activities and school holiday programs when resources allow.

 

 

 

 

Club Teen


This program provides respite to Carers of younger people with a disability generally aged 8-16yrs. This program usually operates on Saturday for approximately 5-6 hours. The Club Teen program accesses age appropriate community venues throughout the day. Activities include movies, going to museums, bowling, picnics, etc.

Staffing for this program is in accordance with the support needs of the care recipients, with some capacity to be flexible in meeting the needs of younger people with a disability who have higher support needs.

In addition to our term programs, we also offer camps, special activities and school holiday programs when resources allow.

 

 

 

 

Weekenders


This program provides respite to Carers of younger people with a disability generally aged 8-16yrs.  This program usually operates on Saturday for approximately 5-6 hours.  The Club Teen program accesses age appropriate community venues throughout the day. Activities include movies, going to museums, bowling, picnics, etc.

Staffing for this program is in accordance with the support needs of the care recipients, with some capacity to be flexible in meeting the needs of younger people with a disability who have higher support needs.

In addition to our term programs, we also offer camps, special activities and school holiday programs when resources allow.