The Brisbane North Peer Support Group is a group for people with disability, run by people with disability who are living in the North of Brisbane. Group Convenors Mark Warren and Todd Winther host monthly meetings locally in Nundah.

The group is passionate about, and regularly discuss a range of topics relevant to its members with disability from housing, employment, access, community and social connectiveness.

The Group meets once a month face-to-face.

Call QDN on 1300 363 783 or email peersupport@qdn.org.au to find out more about these meetings.

Two men having a drink. The man on the left is in a wheel chair and wearing a blue and orange shirt and the man on the right is wearing a black and green branded shirt. They are in a bar lunge with a table in front of them and are both laughing.

Click here for the QDN calendar. Type ‘Peer Support Group’ in the search area to find upcoming group meeting dates and times.

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What's Happening

  • Peer Support Groups logo, Connecting people with disability - There is a speech bubble with 8 different coloured graphics of people circling it.Upcoming Peer Support Group meetings
    Upcoming Peer Support Group meetings Looking for a place to connect, meet new people, find out more about topics of interest like National Disability Insurance Scheme, navigating hospitals and healthcare or housing. Come along to one of QDN’s Peer Support Groups which are run by people with disability, for people with disability. QDN also has an online peer support group for people with disability looking to connect online once a month. This group meet on the third Monday of the month. New ... Read More
  • A Yellow Queensland Rail train arriving at platform.Good things happen when a QDN Peer Support Group and local councillor come together
    Good things happen when a QDN Peer Support Group and local councillor come together The Brisbane North Peer Support Group have been leading change in their Nundah community.  The peer lead group for people with disability invited Councillor Adam Allan to a group meeting recently to talk about local road and access concerns. Since then, Councillor Adams has been working closely with the Group Convenor, Mark Warren, on ways to improve the accessibility and safety of a number of public transport ... Read More
  • QDN Local Support Groups videos launched
    QDN Local Support Groups videos launched Recently at QDNs Annual General Meeting, two digital stories were launched for the first time to celebrate QDN’s local support groups work to inform, connect, lead and influence people with disabilities in local communities across Queensland.   The digital stories showcase QDNs peer groups and the work of peer groups across the State.  QDN has 20 local support groups, operating ... Read More
  • Why Come Along To A Local Support Group?
    Why Come Along To A Local Support Group? QDN has 20 Peer Local Support Groups in communities across Queensland that meet in person and virtually. The groups are led by people with disability for people with disability. Hear from QDN’s Local Support Group Convenors about the benefits of being part of a peer network and why you should come along in the below video. ... Read More