Autism Queensland is a not-for-profit organisation with a vision to partner with children, adults and families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder to make positive difference in their lives through choice and opportunity.
Studio G is a facilitated group activity program led by content experts and supported by a case management structure that aims to support individuals in the development of social, job and life skills. It is a post-school transition program and is suitable for participants aged 16 -24 years. The program employs content experts or ‘mentors’ (digital art professionals) with experience in screen-based creative design and project development to lead participants on journey of creative project development.
With one mentor for each four participants in the program, Studio G provides a nurturing and dynamic environment where young people can build relationships of trust with skilled and experienced digital arts professionals. The Edge has partnered with Autism Qld for 3 years.
To find out more about Studio G and the work they are doing with The Edge, read this “Good News” blog post by David McCartney, Manager of Post School Services’ at Autism Queensland.