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Nothing could stop these Sunnyfield clients from graduating, not even a pandemic.
Lake Macquarie City Council opens the door to all-abilities activities for Sunnyfield.
Working with Maya and Moses to identify their dreams, Support Coordinator Debby helped the siblings to find the right supports.
Vara, a recent high school graduate gained some great experience after she joined the Mount Druitt SLES (School Leave Employment Support) program.
We’d like to say a big thank you to the amazing support of our donors. During COVID-19 we were able to successfully deliver regular virtual music and movement sessions at Sunnyfield Hubs all over NSW.
Are you or someone you care for on the autism spectrum? Participate in the survey and help the University of New South Wales learn more about autism.
This is a difficult time for all of us and people with disability are facing additional challenges during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sunnyfield hubs will continue to remain open providing essential services to support people with disability.
New measures to support NDIS participants and providers through COVID-19.
The year was 1952 when a local Northern Beaches mother, Hazel Whiddon decided that she wanted a better life for her son.
Learn to surf for people with disability Saturday 29 February at Collaroy Beach.
IDEAS launches website to support people with disability during the bushfire crisis.