Sunnyfield has been supporting people with intellectual disability for 60 years, with a core purpose to enrich the lives of people with disability to create choice, opportunities and skills for life.
Sunnyfield is now a registered provider of supports for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) .
Using a Person Centred Approach, we support over 1,500 people with disability and their families, across New South Wales by offering services which include Supported Living, Community Services, Self-Managed services, Transition to Work, Supported Employment, and Clinical Services.
Since 1952, Sunnyfield has continued to grow to become one of the largest, most progressive and innovative disability service providers, with a presence across Sydney, Central Coast/Hunter and New England regions.
Sunnyfield supports Australia's only Arts and Disability television program, UnBardTV, click here to learn more
Sunnyfield Matters February edition is out now!
Read about Sunnyfield's revitalised branding and many more stories in the February edition of Suunyf..
Upcoming Communication Forums
You are invited to attend the upcoming Sunnyfield Communication Forums. Please click here (/..
11 October 2013
Supported employment opportunities now available!
Sunnyfield currently has vacancies for supported employment across our sites in St Marys, Minchi..
Sunnyfield recognised by DisabilityCare Australia as registered provider
Sunnyfield is now recognised by DisabilityCare Australia as a registered provider of supports. Re..
Read George Cochrane's article "Housing solutions for a disabled child" in The Age.
An article discussing financing of accommodation for adults with a disability by George Cochrane..
12 December 2012
Sunnyfield Community Arts & Culture Program's 'Alchemy'- Celebrating the transformative powers of Love, Family and Community.
Alchemy is about moulding, reforming, transfiguring and the transformative powers of love, famil..
14 & 15 November 2012
Sunnyfield Community Arts & Culture Program's 'Unbard' performance.- Celebrating the transformative powers of Love, Family and Community.
Sunnyfield's 'Unbard' performance is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW and Ageing..
15 August 2012
Government media release: Moving towards individualised funding
NSW Minister for Disability Services, Andrew Constance today launched the Consumer Development f..
Annie Doyle is in training to make history
One more summit in April 2014 and Annie has completed the 7 Summit Challenge – that is, summited the highest mountain on each of the world’s continents. That outstanding summit just happens to be Mt Everest.
Annie is raising money for Sunnyfield. You can support My Word! Sunnyfield’s communication program or My Home! Raising funds to purchase a new home .
Donate to support Annie!