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Therapy Groups

For Adults (18+ Years)

AQ offers evidence-informed therapy groups for adults focusing on key elements including behaviour, developmental and social participation, friendships, daily living skills and more. They are delivered in a safe and welcoming space and designed to meet the needs of our participants.

Our therapy groups are delivered by members of our multidisciplinary team including therapists and neurodivergent mentors. They are offered on a term-by-term basis, or over holiday periods and designed to meet the needs of participants. Groups may focus on key elements including social participation, daily living skills, friendship, relationships, behaviour and more.

The teams delivering our groups will provide opportunities for everyone in our groups to connect, share interests and discuss common experiences in a neurodiversity-affirming environment.

AQ therapy groups can be delivered at all our centres, and some are also available online. Listed below are some of the groups we offer, but many others are possible as we create these groups around the needs, interests and requests of clients.

We encourage everyone interested in knowing more about our therapy groups to submit an enquiry form via the link below.

Please note: Fees* apply to AQ therapy groups and waitlists may apply as some groups may be fully subscribed.

Important Information about our Groups

We encourage you to express your interest in a therapy group service even if those listed on this page are not of interest. All our groups are created around the needs, interests and requests of clients, so many others are possible.

  • Group formats may vary by location.
  • Group age demographic may vary based on the needs of participants at time of group offering.
  • Not all groups are available in all locations.
  • Groups vary in duration throughout the year, including holiday periods. This may also vary by location.

Autism Queensland therapy group fees are charged under the Capacity Building – Improved Daily Living section of your NDIS Plan. If you do not have funding in this specific Support Category, please discuss with your NDIS Local Area Coordinator or phone the NDIS on 1800 800 110.


Please note waitlists may apply for some groups, however please still express your interest via the request a service link above.


We encourage you to submit your enquiry via this link.

Please include detailed information in your request, such as the group you are interested in/your interests/needs and the type of group you are looking for. This will help our client services and support team to best assist you.

Allies & Adventures (Ft. Dungeons & Dragons®)

A popular role-playing game-based therapy group enabling friendship building and social development.

This therapy group gives participants the opportunity to build friendships and other social developments in a safe, structured, and supportive environment. Participants will be supported by experienced mentors to practice their social and communication skills while enjoying role-playing sessions. They will learn to work as a team, including forming plans and problem-solving, engage in a variety of conversations, and above all, have an enjoyable time with their fellow role-players.

Whilst Dungeons & Dragons® is a popular game amongst participants, this group is not exclusively for those with experience with this game. We encourage and welcome other role-playing games that may be of interest to participants.

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Studio G

Are you interested in creative arts and digital media? This might be the group for you!

Studio G members participate in an exploration of various creative arts and digital media areas including game development, animation, short film making, photography, and/or creative writing.

The Studio G community provides participants with a supportive and creative space to develop a range of skills including building confidence in their own potential to achieve goals through working on creative passions, being part of a group, engaging and collaborating with others, and considering and planning for the future (e.g. study, employment, independent living, etc.).

Watch: Studio G Video

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The Hangout

Are you interested in planning and preparing a meal with others, playing board games, using public transport, visiting local places in the community or just hanging out with like-minded people?

This is a group for adults wanting to connect with others and develop skills that can help lead an independent and healthy life.

As part of this group participants will have an individual welcome meeting before commencement to share interests, strengths and support and guide their goals. This group will provide opportunity to meet new people, have conversations and play games, plan group activities and budget for outings, prepare and cook light meals together and more.

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