Queensland's most experienced provider of specialised education and therapy services for individuals with ASD.


Studio G is:
 An interactive workshop that supports young people with autism in the transition to employment, training or further education.
 A facilitated group activity program led by content experts and supported by a case management structure that aims to support individuals in the development of social, job and life skills.
► Suitable for participants aged 16 -24 years. Students enrolled in years 11 and 12 at school are welcome to join the program. 

This 10 week, term based program runs from 1pm - 4pm each Tuesday and Thursday from the below locations.

Studio G Program Fees: 
► 2017 Fees: $1200 per 10-week term. Participants are required to provide their own laptop.
Apply to enrol HERE 

Studio G employs content experts or ‘mentors’ with experience in screen-based creative design and project development to lead participants on a journey of creative project development. All software, internet access and technology support is provided for participants. Click here to view the different creative programs available.

With a ratio of one nemtor for four participants, the program provides a nurturing and dynamic environment where young people can build relationships of trust with skilled and experienced digital arts professionals. The program is structured to allow participants to grow at their own pace and, with the assistance of their mentors, develop and complete projects in accordance with goals they themselves have set.

The Studio G program strives to deliver a world's best practice service and in doing so acknowledges the support of the following individuals and organisations:

  • The Edge, State Library of Queensland
  • CQUniversity
  • Cairns Libraries
  • The Lab
  • UPS  

If you require further information: 
P: 07 3273 0000
E. customerservice@autismqld.com.au


You may also be instered in:

  • Teen Tech Shed | An after-school version of the Studio G program for participants aged 12-15 years.
  • The Girls' Guide to Ruling the Internet |  A school holiday program for girls with ASD aged 13 - 16 years focusing on online safety, film making & editing and more.