The Redcliffe Peer Support Group is a group for people with disability, run by people with disability living in the Redcliffe area. This group started in August 2021, with Group Convenor Cody Skinner hosting monthly meetings in Redcliffe. The group is keen to promote access and inclusion in this community.

The Redcliffe Peer Support Group talks about a range of topics including National Disability Insurance Scheme, local employment opportunities for people with disability, The Royal Commission, local access and participation issues and opportunities, Covid Conversations and mental health and wellbeing . The group is keen to promote empowerment and inclusion across the region.

The Group meets monthly on the second Friday of the month. They currently meet at Redcliffe Library, 476 Oxley Ave, Redcliffe QLD 4020

For more information call QDN on 1300 363 783 or email peersupport@qdn.org.au 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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"To empower people with disabilities to have a voice. The values the members of the group to create respect, inclusive in the community."

Cody, Redcliffe Peer Support Group

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