Saturday Play Groups

Saturday Play Groups programs bring together small, stable groups of no more than five children ages 5 to 16.  The programs offered once weekly in 60-minute sessions on Saturdays running from September to June yearly.

Under the guidance of highly trained professionals, the weekly sessions are designed to meet the social, communication, emotional regulation and peer play needs of all the children as they participate in mutually engaging weekly affinity-based play themes and child-led activities.

Registration Information

To ensure our programs are the right fit for your child please follow the Registration Steps listed below BEFORE registering your child (novice player or expert player).

Step 1Take our FREE Online Family TrainingClick here to register
Step 2Read the Parent Handbook Download Parent Handbook
Step 3Speak with our Intake CoordinatorClick here to speak to our coordinator
Step 4Register an Expert Player (peer, classmate, sibling, friend, cousin).Click here to register
Step 5Register a Novice Player (Child with autism or related needs).Click here to register
More Questions?Click here for frequently asked questions.

Fall 2019 Saturday Programs

Please Note: Saturdays Play Groups programs is for school aged children ages 5 through 15 (currently attending kindergarten or 5 years old by December 31st, 2018).  Children must be fully toliet trained to attend this program.

DayTimeAgesStart DateEnd DateNovice PlayersExpert Players
Saturdays9:00-10:005 to 7Sept 2019June 20201 Space (fee 3800)1 Space (free)
Saturdays10:30-11:305 to 7Sorry Program Full
Saturdays11:45-12:458 to 11Sorry Program Full
Saturdays1:00-2:008 to 11Sorry Program Full
Saturdays2:15-3:159 to 12Sorry Program Full
Saturdays3:30-4:3012 to 15Sorry Program Full

All Friend 2 Friend Play Centre Programs combine the award-winning Integrated Play Groups®Friend 2 Friend Autism Demystification® and SCERTS® models. The Play Centre programs are inclusive peer play and friendship intervention and educational programs. Our programs focus on the development of the social, communication, emotional regulation and peer play competencies of all the children participating in these specialized programs. For detailed service information click here.