About COMET

Registrations for COMET have now closed, please contact Paula Johnson via paula.johnson@hearandsay.com.au or call 07 3850 2111 if you have any questions.

For children aged eight to 11 years, this three-day workshop encourages participants to build their self-confidence and independence, while also working on social and communication skills.

The skill-building is done though fun, challenge-based activities focusing on communication and problem-solving. In the past these activities have included up-cycling furniture, ninja courses, rock climbing and escape rooms. COMET is led by our experienced staff and also helps participants to learn more about their hearing loss, technology talking about this with their peers.

Follow-up workshop: Tuesday, 13 December 10.00am – 2.00pm

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Pricing information

The price for the COMET Group Social Skills program is determine by the number of participants taking part. Once final numbers are confirmed, Hear and Say can determine the final cost per participant. The maximum amount per participant is $2,500. This can be claimed under your NDIS Capacity Building supports.

The price includes the three-day program, the follow-up day, program resources and individualised reports. If you wish to exit the program, please provide two weeks’ notice, otherwise full charges will apply. You will receive two invoices, one at the start of the three-day program and one at the time of the reunion. If you are not eligible for NDIS or do not have enough allocated funding and wish to participate in COMET you will be able to apply for subsidised funding, a link to the application form will be sent upon registration.

To find out more about NDIS and Group Social Skills programs please click here.

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