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👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Join us for the first Atherton Peer Support Group meeting

👉 Friday 7 May 2021
👉 12pm to 2pm
👉 Hallorans Hills function room, Centenary Drive, Atherton

Do you live in Atherton and have a disability? Join the Atherton Peer Support Group to share your story, hear other people's experiences, and discuss topics of interest.

Peer Support Groups are run by people with disability for people with disability and meet monthly.

They are an inclusive place for people with disability to get together.

💻 To join contact QDN on 1300 363 783 or
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Peer Support Groups meet monthly connecting people with disability to share information and learn new things. Contact or 1300 363 783 to get meeting details. Find out more about your local Peer Support Group at

Graphic description: Yellow background with blue QDN logo and coloured PSG logo. Peer Support Groups, Brisbane North, Tuesday 20 April 2pm to 4pm. Brisbane, Wednesday 21 April 10:30am to 12pm. QDN Y, Wednesday 21 April 3:30pm to 5:30pm. Self-management, Thursday 22 April 10:30am to 12:30pm. Rockhampton, Thursday 22 April 12pm to 2pm. Toowoomba online, Thursday 22 April 2pm to 3pm. Gympie, Friday 23 April 10am to 12pm. Caboolture, Saturday 24 April 11am to 1pm. Photo of 12 Zoom participants in a meeting.
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QDN Chair Des Ryan and QDN CEO Paige Armstrong along with Building Better Homes Campaign on @WINNews_ROK last night talking about why it is so important that we have mandatory accessibility standards in the National Construction Code.
Ministers from across Australia come together on 30 April to discuss this important issue. Take action here
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Important update from Queensland Health about changes to restrictions from 6am tomorrow Thursday 15 April📌 From 6am Thursday 15 April restrictions across Queensland will ease due to no new unlinked community transmission cases of COVID-19 and our great testing numbers.

From 6am tomorrow:
😷 Face masks are no longer mandatory except in airports and on planes. We recommend you continue to wear masks on public transport and places where social distancing isn’t possible.
🏠 100 people can gather at your home
🌳 There are no limits on the number of people that can gather in public spaces
💒 200 guests are allowed at weddings and funerals, or one person per 2 square metres. No limits with ticketed and allocated seating.
☕ You can stand when eating and drinking at venues
🏟️ No limits on the number of people at outdoor events with ticketed and allocated seating (excl. music festivals)
💃 You can dance at venues

For more information please visit:…
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