We welcome all people with disability into our Peer Support Groups.

The groups are an inclusive place for people with disability to get together to:

  • learn new things
  • meet new people
  • share life experiences
  • connect with the community

We have made it easy and free for you to join.

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Ways to join

Digital Stories

Hear from QDN members about why they joined a Peer Support Group.

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Nadia Brady - Peer Leader

Nadia talks about her experience with the Peer Support Groups. "The biggest change for me since joining a Peer Support Group is i'm able to be on an even footing in terms of being part of my community because I am able to give back as a Peer Leader".


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Will Procter - Peer Leader

Will talks about his experience with the Peer Support Groups. "Please do (join a Peer Support Group), because you don't know what you'll get out of it".


A lady is standing with her hands on her hips. She is wearing a black singlet top and is smiling at the camera.

Danielle Pittis - Peer Leader

Danielle talks about her experience with the Peer Support Groups. "Join the group and see what friendships you can make and see what you can learn".


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