FGST practical workshop - October 9, AQ Sunnybank
Therapists, social workers and other specialists working with families with young children with ASD and/or other disabilities are invited to attend this hands on workshop aimed at providing participants with the opportunity to become familiar with using the Family Goal Setting Tools
The workshop will be presented by Judy Jones, the developer of the FGSTs, and Autism Queensland's Senior Occupational Therapist. This tool reflects Judy's strong interest in developing 'workable' practice solutions for families and practitioners. For more information on the tools and to book in please click here
Roma Community Information Forum
Please join Autism Queensland for a Community Information Forum to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), funding options, Autism Queensland’s services and other support that is available for agencies and families. We would also like to hear from you about your needs and the ways in Autism Queensland can better work with and assist your community. Read more.
New workshop topics and venues
Now running in Townsville, Caboolture, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Click here for information on our specialist workshops for people supporting, teaching, or living with individuals with ASD.
Registered Host Provider
Autism Queensland is a registered Host Provider for children and adults diagnosed with ASD living in South East Queensland who would like to self-direct funds received through the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services Your Life Your Choice (YLYC) initiative? For more information on how we can assist please click here.
Early Days Workshops
Early Days provides workshops for mothers, fathers and other family carers of children 6 years and under who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or are going through the assessment and diagnosis process. Workshops are held in small groups of 4-15 people and provide opportunities to meet other parents and carers. Click here to view workshops currently scheduled.
Team Brighton laces up for Autism Queensland in Bridge to Brisbane 2014
The dedicated staff at Autism Queensland’s Brighton School are set to tackle the 5km course in the Bridge to Brisbane Fun Run on September 7th to raise funds and awareness for autism, a condition which now affects 1 in every 100 Australian children.
Teachers Bernadette Williams, Marla Muir, Kirsty Wilson and Rosie Driver - known as Team Brighton - have set a fundraising goal of $700 for pounding the pavement on Father's Day.
Bernadette said her sons had been urging her to enter the high profile ...
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