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Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society

Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society

Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society (Friend 2 Friend) is a not-for-profit, federally registered charity, based in Vancouver BC, Canada. Our mission is to enhance reciprocal social interaction, communication, imaginative play, and friendships between individuals on the autism spectrum and their typically developing peers.

To meet this mandate, Friend 2 Friend provides a variety of unique and innovative programs such as our Autism Demystification Programs (Puppet Presentations and Simulation Games) and the Friend 2 Friend - Integrated Play Groupsr programs to individuals aged 3 through 18 on the autism spectrum and related social, communication and play needs.

Friend 2 Friend also provides training opportunities in the F2F and IPG models to parents, educators and other professionals throughout Canada, the US and abroad.

Keywords: Education and Literacy , Children and Youth , Autism



Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society
596 Blueridge Avenue, North Vancouver, BC V7R2J2

Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society url http://www.friend2friendsociety.org/

Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society Phone Number 604-528-0560

Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society Email address volunteer@friend2friendsociety.org



Volunteer Information for Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society

What services does your organization provide?
Direct services to children with autism and related disorder. Autism Demystification Programs, Integrated Play Groups Programs, Play Centre Programs, Training and seminars, consultations services, publications and resources


Do you have any age requirements?
Yes adults 19 years and olders


Do you require language proficiency other than in English?
None


What time commitment(s) are you expecting from a volunteer?
Varies depending on the responsiblities


Are there any other requirements for being a volunteer?
Yes all volunteers must have a criminal records check


Are there any specific skills and experience required?
None


What type of volunteer positions are typically available?
Volunteers to support special events, fundraising events, conferences etc


Do you provide training for volunteers?
Very little training is required, if any is needed we will provide


How will a person benefit from volunteering with Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society?
We provide all volunteers with a statement of volunteer time and given performance a letter of recommendation


Do you accept high school students?
Only if they are of the required aged for a criminal records check.




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