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Sunnyfield Community Services
We understand that as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, people with disability and their families will still require essential services and supports. That’s why we’d like to reassure you that during this time, Sunnyfield Community Services will remain open to provide support in a safe and quality environment in accordance with government guidelines.
essential disability supports
Find a hub near you
With over 20 Sunnyfield hubs across NSW, we are never too far away.
School Holiday & After School Care
Children 6 - 17 years
Our programs have everything you need to have loads of fun close to home with all sorts of super cool activities for children aged 6 – 17 years. You’ll go places, see things, do crafts, catch a movie (with popcorn of course), get active and make loads of new friends.
Virtual Music Sessions
During COVID-19 we were able to successfully deliver regular virtual music and movement sessions at Sunnyfield Hubs all over NSW. The talented musician from Affinity Music performed on a weekly Zoom session, enabling fun and energetic virtual music and movement sessions that were a rocking success!
Got a question about Sunnyfield Community Services?
We aim to provide all the information you need to find the right solution for your loved ones or clients. If your question remains unanswered, contact our Customer Services Team today.
What type of services can I access at a hub?
All Sunnyfield hubs have a wide range of social groups, centre-based activities and programs and personalised individual supports.
What types of activities are available in a community services hub
You dream it, we can do it!
We’ve got loads on offer across our Sunnyfield hubs, you pick and choose programs based on your interests and hobbies, or learn a new set of skills to build independence.
Programs and activities include:
- Sport and fitness
- Arts and craft
- Music and movement
- Community outings such as visiting art galleries, museums, local attractions, events and festivals
- Skills for Life – Road Safety, Following a Recipe, Planning a Menu, Budgeting or Numeracy
- Virtual programs such as Virtual Trivia, Virtual Fitness or Bongo Beats
- Science and technology
The options are endless!
What is the difference between group-based and centre-based activities?
Centre-based activities are set within the physical location of the hub, group-based activities are set in the community. You may access the hub for centre-based activities or head out and explore your local community for dance classes, sailing, music classes or just to head to the park to hang with your mates.
These supports are charged as either centre-based or community access under the NDIS price guide.
What type of NDIS Funding can I use to access Community Services?
You can utilise NDIS funding from the following support categories to access disability services at a Sunnyfield hub:
- Assistance with Social and Community Participation – Core
- Increased Social and Community Participation – Capacity
- We also offer Fee-For-Service.