NewsAll the latest in news at Sunnyfield.
The school holiday program in South Sydney was a whirl of excitement and adventure full of new experiences for all participants.
Between cooking, sailing, grocery shopping and writing stories her most precious moment has been building new friendships at the Community Services Hub.
This week Luca and Tim were centre stage at the Blacktown International Day of People with Disability Talent Showcase.
At Tweed Shire Council’s 2018 Access and Inclusion Awards, Kyle and Suzy won the Disability Advocacy Award.
Trevor recently spoke at the annual Young Drivers Expo in Tamworth about his personal experience with brain injury resulting from a car accident.
There’s been a thrill of excitement as shared living residents settled into their recently refurbished new home.
Sunnyfield is set to acquire the disability services division of Endeavour Industries (EGA) by the end of November.
A group representing Australia’s largest disability service providers has formed a new alliance to improve services and lives for participants and their families.
Kristie loves coming to Sunnyfield’s Tweed Heads Community Services Hub to catch up with her new friends and enjoys getting involved in all the daily activities.
For Malinda, working at Sunnyfield has proved to be a wonderful boost for her self-esteem and confidence.
Our Bright Nights young adults program kicked off with a bang this month with karaoke, dinner and dancing the night away.
Kyle has loved writing for as long as he can remember and has set himself the goal to one day have his works published.