The Caboolture Peer Support Group is a group for people with disability, run by people with disability living in the Caboolture area. Group Convenor, Matt McCracken hosts monthly meetings in Caboolture.

The Caboolture Peer Support Group talk about a range of topics including local services and supports, housing, travel and accessible holidays, planning for an emergency and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

The Group meets monthly on the last Saturday of the month at the Caboolture Sports Club, 19-27 Station Rd, Morayfield QLD 4506.

Call QDN on 1300 363 783 or email to find out more about these meetings.

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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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Peer support is talking to people who are on the same level. By having conversations within the peer support group network it alleviates stress and trauma, to have peers with lived experiences that can inform others as well as having guests that come to meetings with knowledge and experience of relevant information that can be passed on to other peers and peer networks.”

Matt McCracken, Caboolture Peer Support Group

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