Do you have a child who is struggling to fit in?
Do they have trouble regulating and following classroom expectations?
Maybe they have difficulty reading social situations and making lasting friendships?
Perhaps they are being bullied and it is crushing their self-esteem?
Likely, as a parent, witnessing this leaves you feeling sad, anxious and maybe even depressed.
We see you. We want the best for you and your family.
New Day Support is here to help you and your family feel confident by teaching tools and strategies to improve social and emotional capabilities.
Check out our services below.
What's the Buzz?
This world renowned Social and Emotional Literacy Program helps children to develop skills such as:
Learning to go with the flow,
Reading social and emotional play,
Increasing empathic skills; and,
Improving the reciprocal nature of interpersonal interactions.
Who is it for?
What's the Buzz? is for ALL young people, and particularly for those who struggle to make friends, to fit in socially and to smoothly navigate their social and emotional worlds.
What’s the Buzz? has proven particularly helpful for young people identified with:
ADHD and ADD
Specific Learning Difficulties
Non Verbal Learning Disorder
Auditory Processing Disorder
Can I claim this program with NDIS?
Yes, you can claim the cost of this program if you are plan or self managed.
“Thank you Michelle!
Just wanted to let you know What's the Buzz has definitely helped (Child) be more confident.
She now starts conversations which is a major milestone!
Can she come back again?”
— Joanna, WTB Mum
Are you feeling less than optimal? Perhaps you feel like you have some problems you need to work through? Book a counselling session with Michelle, a qualified counsellor, mum and ASD specialist.
Serenity Social & Support Services
Our friends at Serenity Social & Support Services run What's the Buzz? for all ages from Thebarton Community Centre and Woodcroft Morphett Vale Neighbourhood Centre.
Serenity also offers the following services:
Support Work and Mentoring
Allied Health Therapy Assistance
Workshops, Activities & Events
Check out their website for more information and to learn more about the amazing services they provide!
Michelle is an understanding, caring, and down-to-Earth Counsellor, and Mum of autistic and ADHD kids.
She is passionate about supporting children and teenagers with Autism, ADHD, or other neurodivergences and their families.
Outside of her work she enjoys spending time with her family, the outdoors, adventures and a good story.
Double Diploma in Counselling and Community Services
Trained in Domestic Abuse
Trained Suicide Responder
What's the Buzz Facilitator