Projects & Collaboration

P2P run a variety of different projects focusing on inclusion, advocacy and improving the lives of people with a disability and their families. 

Stand By Me

The Stand by Me project began in 2021 and aims to build the capacity of people with intellectual disability and their family members to “stand by and then stand behind their adult family member with intellectual disability”. The focus of this project is to deliver peer groups that cover topics that are chosen by the peer groups and are of interest and relevance.  In addition, we provide workshop opportunities to learn new skills and information.  

This project employs five people with intellectual disabilities and is active in Gladstone, Hervey Bay, Sunshine Coast, Redcliffe and Brisbane. For more information email Emma@p2pqld.org.au

Two people creating a picture timeline of the Stand By Me Project.
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Your Service Your Rights

Parent to Parent is partnering with Inclusion Australia to deliver Your Service Your Rights workshops around Queensland.  

Your Service, Your Rights will build the capacity of people with intellectual disability and NDIS service providers across Australia to understand peoples’ rights when receiving services. 

Primary Care Enhancement Project

Parent to Parent is working with the Our Primary Health Network to deliver The Healthy Together Project.

The aim of the project is to deliver better health outcomes and experiences for people with intellectual disability and their families. It will improve the knowledge and skills of primary health care professionals in providing health care to people with intellectual disabilities.

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