Events and Training

DSAQ is an active and dynamic organisation who hold a large variety of events and training activities during the year.  These events range from a motorcycle ride, family picnics, music afternoons, music therapy playgroups, Challenge Weekend (camps), youth and adult events, education conferences, in house training,  wine and cheese nights and more.   

The NDIS - Let's Simplify It! Workshops

The NDIS - Let's Simplify It! Workshops

This free, interactive and interesting workshop is much more than just a “What is the NDIS”, it ..

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Upcoming Calendar

2018 World Down Syndrome Day Community Markets Sunday 25th March 2018

The theme for World Down syndrome Day this year is "What I bring to my community" and to celebrate, we holding a market place! Stalls are available (free of charge) to people with Down syndrome who have their own business, product or service to sell/ exhibit or family members of a person with Down syndrome. There will be enterta.. Read More...

Lots of Socks for World Down Syndrome Day 21 March 2018

Let's get people talking about WDSD on 21 March 2018! How? By wearing #LotsOfSocks! Join us wearing something people will ask you about so that you can tell them all about WDSD and get your nursery, school, college, university, work, or anywhere else to join in for a gold coin donation and raise funds for Down Syndrome Queensland! W.. Read More...

Music Therapy Every Monday during school terms

Music playgroups are fun and developmentally stimulating programs for children with Down syndrome up to 5 years old. Parents and children don't have to be musical to attend, as the focus is on the children learning through involvement. Music therapy playgroups can enhance early childhood development and nurture relationships between parent and .. Read More...

The NDIS - Let's Simplify It! Workshops Various

This free, interactive and interesting workshop is much more than just a “What is the NDIS”, it is designed to demystify the NDIS for families and carers of people with Down syndrome (or other disabilities) in order to get the best out of their future NDIS plans. By the end of the session, participants will have a good understanding around.. Read More...

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