Welcome to our latest edition of the ATSIDNQ Newsletter for 2020.  In the past three months, during the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, ATSIDNQ members have witnessed many challenges, especially in the way that we conduct our business of community engagement.

Welcome to our latest edition of the ATSIDNQ Newsletter for 2020.  We look forward to another great year in 2020, recruiting new members, assisting current members to have input to policy, sharing challenges and how best to support those challenges.

In this edition we look at the NAIDOC Celebrations we attended, Member Stories, reports from our trips to some regional areas and a Good News Story about Systemic Advocacy in Action in the Cape and Torres region.

Welcome to our latest edition of the ATSIDNQ Newsletter for 2019.

In this edition our Project Officer Bruce talks about all the Regional Trips he has done promoting ATSIDNQ

Welcome to our first edition of the ATSIDNQ Newsletter for 2019.

We have welcomed many new members in the recent months. ATSIDNQ now has 860 members
around the state!

We are thrilled to announce the Network has received funding for another three years till June 2021.

The last two month have been very busy for The Network:

In this edition we yarn to new member Owen McConnell who is excited about ATSIDNQ coming to Bundaberg to meet new people and share stories.

In this edition we yarn to member Tamarra who is excited to be working with the Network to grow a regular yarning group in Bundaberg next year.

In this edition we yarn to member Kymberley with her adorable bub Jacinta and we look at the NDIS and how it is tracking one year since the roll our began in Queensland. 

Over the last two months we have been very happy to welcome 80 new members to our Network from all around the state.

Happy New Year! Christmas seems a dim memory as we go full steam ahead towards Easter

2016 has been a big year for us, our members and the NDIS in Queensland.

National Carers Week is about recognising and celebrating the outstanding contribution unpaid carers make to our nation.

We have a new Maryborough yarning group, meet our new member Camilla and read the word on the street about NDIS planning.

Our new website launch, funding for school children with disability in senior years and hear the word on the street.

Our Network morning teas are getting lots of interest.

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