Secret Agent Society

Secret Agent Society® (SAS)
For ages 8-12 Years

This is our premium course for children with Autism. It is a fun, high-impact, 3-month skills upgrade for your child. It equips children with a new range of skills for interacting with others.
Secret Agent Society Autism Program for kids

Recognised world-wide as one of the most successful evidence-based programs.

Secret Agent Society (SAS) is a proven learning program successfully used worldwide to help children with ASD gain skills and confidence. It’s a fun spy-game learning program to help your child to learn how to feel happier, calmer and braver. It also teaches students how to make friends and keep them. It gives your child the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills and gives them abundant opportunities to practice those new skills.

Created by Clinical Psychologist Dr Renae Beaumont and used world-wide.

Secret Agent Society is a breakthrough social skills approach for ASD children aged 8-12. Your child will learn new skills to help support them through life’s different social & emotional challenges. This course takes a fun, in-depth approach and it works! It was created by Clinical Psychologist Dr Renae Beaumont and it’s used world-wide.

Child Training sessions as part of the Secret Agent Society Program

Child Training

11 sessions

90 minutes per session

Small groups consisting of 3-4 students with one leader

Parent Training sessions as part of the Secret Agent Society Program

Parent Training

4 sessions

120 minutes per session

Small groups consisting of 3-4 parents with one leader

NDIS Funding for the Secret Agent Society Program

Funding Options

NDIS Funding

Plan-Managed &

Self-Managed families

Secret Agent Society® Course Content

Curriculum trains children in how to:
  • Recognise emotions in others
  • Recognise their own emotions
  • Express their thoughts and feelings in appropriate & calm ways
  • Know strategies for handling feelings of anger and anxiety
  • Communicate with others in ways that others are open to
  • Play with others, using strategies such as taking turns and negotiating
  • Handle mistakes, transitions, surprises and unexpected problems
  • Strategies for building and maintaining friendships
  • Knowing how to deal with day-to-day issues that come up in friendships
  • Recognising the difference between playful joking and actual bullying
  • Strategies for prevention and handling of bullying and teasing
Program Inclusions
  • Intake interview & assessments
  • 11 x 90 minute child group program sessions (9 weekly sessions and 2 follow up sessions)
  • 4 x 2 hour parent group sessions
  • Secret Agent Society Software Package.
  • Meetings/Communication with your child’s school and other providers (e.g. OT, Psychologist, Speech Therapist etc)

Your Child Learns How To Interact With Others

Your Child Learns New Skills By Doing Social Skills Missions As A Character In Our 'Secret Agent' Game. See the demo here:
Secret Agent Society for kids with ASD
Evidence-Based Success For ASD

Secret Agent Society skills training is recognised world-wide as one of the most successful evidence-based programs of its kind in the world and has helped thousands of children since 2009.

The research behind this course is immense and extremely positive. Long-term research indicates that 3 in every 4 children who have participated in this course exhibit significantly improved social skills and friendship skills 12 months later.

The Secret Agent Society Program is fun for kids
Learning Is Outrageously Fun

Content is taught in a way that is practical, well-sequenced, and at times, outrageously fun! New skills are practised with others using a variety of technology. What makes this course so special is that the secret agent theme helps your child take on the role of a detective to look for clues in how others speak and communicate.

Then, as secret agents, we use those clues to determine what others are trying to tell us and what they may be thinking. For example, your child can learn to use their ‘Detective’ skills to listen to the volume, speed and pitch of people’s voices during conversations. Then your child can interpret these clues to detect how the other person is feeling.

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