Due to unforeseen circumstances BAAG will be in RECESS until further notice. There will be no updates on Facebook or our Website. No activities will be planned. There will be no response to emails but there may be limited response to Facebook messages. We apologize for any inconvenience or stress this may cause.

Leah Thomas President

Fiona Dower Secretary

Next Morning Tea

We’d like to invite you to our next morning tea.As before , at the Lake. We will provide coffee, drinks and morning tea.See details below
Where Look out for Blue Balloons!

When:Saturday March 13th from 10.30 am till middayBYO: chairs, picnic rugs if bench seats are unavailablePlease remember this needs to be Covid safe. we will provide wipes and sanitiser but you must not attend if you have any symptoms, or are close contacts of positive cases or have been overseas or in Red zones in the previous 2 weeks. We will need to socially distance as well.
Please also note that if the weather is predicted as heavy rain or the temperature is above 35 degrees it will not go ahead.
Hoping to see you thereRegards BAAG Committee

New Social Groups

Exciting news! We are thrilled to announce our 2 new Social groups are set to go. There is a Teens group and a young adults groups. Both will meet once a fortnight. The groups are coordinated by Interchange. BAAG is proud to be helping to fund these programs. Please see fliers for details and contact person.

BAAG in Recess

BAAG is currently in recess over the summer holidays. We hope to bring you some activities soon depending on Coronavirus restrictions. Please keep checking our Facebook and Webpage for updates.

Regards BAAG Committee

Carers Week

National Carers Week is coming up in October and Bendigo Health have a number of activities planned for you to be involved and learn more.


Please find attached Early Days flyers outlining workshops are now live webinars (Zoom Meetings).
Early Days is a series of FREE workshops for parents, grandparents, and families of young children (0-7 years) who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder or who are going through the assessment and diagnostic process.
This initiative is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services through the Helping Children with Autism package.
The workshops are facilitated by Margaret Clancy who has many years of experience working with young autistic children and their families. Margaret will assist parents to understand the impact of Autism on their child and explore strategies to enable them to understand their child and family.
The workshops are either 2 or 3 parts each at 1.5hrs per session. We have limited the registrations to 12 attendees. All participants will need to register – even if/when there are more than 1 participant on the same device. Participants must attend part 1 in order to attend parts 2 and/or 3.
We have 2 series of The My Child and Autism workshop & Understanding Behaviour workshop – a morning series (9.30-11.00am) and an evening series (7.30pm-9.00pm). Please note – participants cannot mix and match their attendance to these workshops. If you register for the morning workshop – you can only attend the morning workshops and vice versa.

Please advertise as widely as you see appropriate.
Below are the direct links to evenbrite for registration to the workshops………………

For more information about these workshops and others, please visit our website

Suspension of all face to face activities

Due to Covid-19 Stage 3 restrictions  likely to be in force for some time we will not be offering any face to face activities for the foreseeable future including the scheduled morning tea on April 18th and our May event on the 28th May.

Depending on how this Pandemic continues, assume there will be no activities until you here from us again.

We will still post on our website and Facebook

BAAG Committee