Queensland's most experienced provider of specialised education and therapy services for individuals on the autism spectrum.


‘Yes – I want to work on this’: pictures giving people with autism a voice

  Autism Queensland researchers, in collaboration with the Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC), have teamed up with students from the Studio G creative design program for young people on the autism spectrum...

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We want your input for TravelTRAINing

Autism Queensland is seeking input from individuals, parents/carers and support workers for the Travel TRAINing program. This is a 10-week program for individuals aged 15 years and up who interested in learning more about train travel or who...

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Nominations open for annual recognition awards

Nominations are open for Autism Queensland's annual Creative Futures Recognition Awards at which it recognises the outstanding achievements of individuals on the autism spectrum, parents/carers, professionals, schools, businesses, community...

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Popular program helps girls 'rule the internet'

  Online safety, bullying, dealing with trolls and finding your YouTube personality are some topics that will be covered in a popular school holiday program for girls on the autism spectrum aged 13-17 years. Autism Queensland’s The...

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Help us build an Autism Queensland for the future

  Autism Queensland has launched a 'bricks and mortar' campaign to raise funds for planned redevelopments and expansions of the organisation's facilities throughout Queensland.  The largest of these projects is the...

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Autism Queensland secures funding in latest round of NDIS ILC grants

  Autism Queensland has secured funding for a project that aims to help Australian businesses become more aware of the benefits of employing and supporting individuals on the autism spectrum. The Minister for the National Disability...

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Dedicated Dad to tackle 100km HerberTONNE trail in August

              Clifton Beach father Leigh Johns says the thought of tackling the epic 100km HerberTONNE trail in August is ‘terrifying but it’s nothing compared to what my boy...

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New goal setting tool for adolescents and adults

Autism Queensland's new goal setting tool for adolescents and adults is now available for pre-sale. The Adolescent/Adult Goal Setting Tool (AAGST) has been designed to enable people on the autism spectrum and other neurodivergent...

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Studio G games, animation and design program coming to Gold Coast

Autism Queensland is bringing its popular Studio G games, animation and creative design program for young people on the autism spectrum to the Gold Coast in July 2019. Studio G is a 10-week term-based interactive workshop that supports young...

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Research to Practice is coming to Cairns

Autism Queensland's popular Sensory Processing Research to Practice Seminar is coming to Cairns in July. This full-day workshop for educators, therapists and others supporting individuals on the spectrum will be held at the Brothers Leagues...

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Universal Design to Support Inclusion Seminar

Join us at the Autism Hub, Woolloongabba for a Research to Practice seminar, "Employing a Universal Design for Learning Framework to Support the Inclusion of Students on the Autism Spectrum." This session, for teachers and support...

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‘Blue Haired Girl’ to raise awareness of autism in girls

Noosa singer/songwriter, model, actor and artist Emma Bridget Tomlinson has lent her considerable talent to Autism Queensland’s annual “Go Blue for Autism” campaign in an effort raise awareness of the different challenges facing...

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World Autism Awareness Day Movie Premiere Event

Please join Autism Queensland & AEIOU Foundation on April 2, World Autism Awareness Day, for a special movie night event at the Palace Barracks Cinemas, Petrie Terrace, Brisbane City. The event will feature the world premiere of the...

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Autism Queensland welcomes new CEO Pam Macrossan

Pam Macrossan has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Autism Queensland following the retirement of Rod Cameron who has led the organisation since 2015. Pam has held senior roles at Autism Queensland since January 2015, when...

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Autism Queensland Cairns school opens doors to first students

Autism Queensland will welcome its first Cairns school students on Tuesday when it opens the doors to its new autism-specific school in the Education and Therapy Centre at Edmonton for the start of the school year. The students, in Prep to...

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Bookings now open for 2019 Workshops

  Autism Queensland's 2019 workshop schedule is now live, with the first sessions commencing mid-February!  Our professional learning and development facilitators present a variety of workshops across...

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Autism Queensland receives $1.3 million for Sunnybank school refurbishment

  Queensland’s first ever autism-specific school, which opened at Sunnybank Hills in 1977, is set for a $1.3 million refurbishment thanks to funding from the Queensland Independent Schools Block Grant Authority, State Capital...

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Congratulations to the 2018 Creative Futures Recognition Awards winners

  The winners of Autism Queensland’s 2018 Creative Futures Recognition Awards were announced Tuesday, 4 December at a special event hosted by the Governor of Queensland and Autism Queensland Patron, His Excellency the Honourable Paul...

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Green light for our new school campus in Cairns

  Enrolments are now officially open for the Cairns campus of the Autism Queensland school with classes, Prep to Year 2 commencing at the start of the 2019 school year. Autism Queensland will begin offering the specialist schooling...

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Australia's first National Guideline for the autism diagnostic practices

  Developed and published by Autism CRC with the financial support of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), the Guideline aims to create greater consistency in diagnostic practices across the country to ensure individuals on the...

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New Prep Transition Program to run this September holidays

Is your child transitioning to Prep in 2019? Autism Queensland will deliver a five-day group program for children with autism and their parents to prepare for successful transition to Prep this coming school holidays. PREParation Station ...

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Blackwater Basilisks to lace on the boots for autism awareness

  The Blackwater Basilisks Rugby Union Club is hosting a day full of Women's and Men's Rugby and children’s entertainment on Saturday 23 June at its Hunter Street club to help raise funds and awareness for Autism...

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Autism Queensland Board announces new Chairman

The Autism Queensland Board of Directors is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Ian Langdon as Board Chairman. Mr Langdon, who is also Chair of the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service Board of Directors, was appointed to the...

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Thank you Vuly!

The children who attend our early childhood intervention programs at Sunnybank Hills found a wonderful surprise in their playground when they returned after the school holidays - a new trampoline!  Upon learning  Autism Queensland had ...

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Autism Queensland awarded tenders to deliver three new programs

  Autism Queensland has been awarded tenders to deliver three new programs in the second round of the National and Jurisdictional Information Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) grants announced yesterday. A National Readiness grant for...

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New service for families in Inverell

New England parents and carers of children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will have greater access to therapy, early intervention, training and other specialist ASD support services now speech pathologist Natalie Jones has opened the ...

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Early Start Denver Model - helping very young children with autism

  Did you know that Autism Queensland is the only autism service provider in Queensland with staff qualified to deliver the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) early intervention? This evidence-based, manualized, intervention is designed to...

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Students with autism should have access to a range of schooling options

  As autism is a ‘spectrum disorder’, Autism Queensland believes that a range of schooling options should be available to students with autism and that no one option or model will suit the needs of every student with...

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Autism Queensland Cairns receives $9000 grant from SUEZ

  Autism Queensland Cairns has received a $9,000 grant from waste and water management company SUEZ to improve playground facilities for local children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism Queensland Cairns Team Leader, Tanya...

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Autism Queensland receives USD$23,500 grant from the UPS Foundation

Autism Queensland has received an USD$23,500 grant from The UPS Foundation, which drives global corporate citizenship and philanthropic programs for UPS (NYSE:UPS). The grant will be used for the Studio G Program for young people with...

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Medicare Rebates for Allied Health Assessments & Therapy Services

Autism Queensland's allied health assessment and therapy services are eligible for Medicare and private health insurance rebates companies when you have a referral from an appropriate medical professional.  The following services* ...

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