Welcome to the exciting Astro Buddies Program!

We are here to help your child make a change for the better! We are friendly creatures who live in our Solar System that like to help your Earth and all the people living on Earth!

In this website, you will find all the things you need to complete the Astro Buddies program. The most important item is the storybook called, “Astro Buddies – Help Save The Earth”, which you can read with your child, family, friend or student. This storybook tells a wonderful adventure about the Astro Buddies, which helps everyone understand the importance of making changes so that children can make better choices and then have better outcomes.

Astro buddies story

About the Astro Buddies Program!

The Astro Buddies Program is suitable for all children aged between 5 years till 12 years of age, and may also be used for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Generalised Anxiety Disorder. This website includes a wonderful storybook, behavioural management program, program resources and instructional videos. Once you and the child have read the storybook and understood the important message in the storybook, then you can start the fun Astro Buddies program.

You can read the storybook as many times as you want. Just remember that the most important message in the storybook is that you must want to change so that things are different in your world. You can see the flowchart below which demonstrates this message from the storybook.

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You can read the storybook as many times as you want. Just remember that the most important message in the storybook is that you must want to change so that things are different in your world. You can see the flowchart below which demonstrates this message from the storybook.

flow chart

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