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Welcome to Autism Queensland

Autism Queensland is a community based organisation dedicated to bringing about positive change in the lives of children and adults with ASD. We are Queensland’s oldest and most experienced provider of specialised education, training and support services for people with ASD and their families, drawing on expertise gained over more than 45 years.

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What's On

Nominations for 2015 Creative Futures Awards now open

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Creative Futures Recognition Awards, an annual Autism Queensland event that recognises our community's most selfless, dedicated and outstanding members. Submissions close at 5pm. Friday, October 23 and awards will be presented by His Excellency the Governor of Queensland at Government House in Brisbane on Thursday, 3 December, the International Day of People with Disability. Read more. 

Your Life Your Choice 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.   

NDIS Information Line: 1800 800 110

Read more about ways you can prepare for the NDIS in Queensland. 

Early Days Website is now live!

Have you checked out the new Early Days website at 

APAC15 session recordings

Recordings of presentations from APAC15 are available for purchase as MP3 audio recordings and audio synchronised to Power Point. Download the order form here


Autism Queensland and C&K are partnering with Early Childhood Australia in a new professional development project supporting early childhood educators that is funded and supported by the Queensland Government.

Early Years Connect has been designed to support early childhood education and care educators working with children with complex additional needs including those with a disability, significant development delay and...

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Australian Autism Advisory Board

The Australian Advisory Board represents people who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Click to go to their website