LEADING and trusted disability services provider Sunnyfield has opened a Community Services Hub at Tweed Heads, bringing new and exciting services and support to people with disability in Northern New South Wales.
Sunnyfield is paving the way for people with disability under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), creating employment opportunities, building skills for life and providing training across 65 locations.
The new Community Services Hub at Tweed Heads provides a wide range of services including Skills for Life activities such as travel training, money skills, after school care, literacy and numeracy, fitness and well-being.
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The Hub will cater for over 40 clients and is open to all ages of people with disability from Monday-Friday.
Sunnyfield staff will also be able to assist people with a disability and their families with their NDIS transition, which launched in Tweed Heads on July 1.
Chief Executive Officer Caroline Cuddihy said she is delighted to be expanding Sunnyfield‘s services to the Tweed.
“This year Sunnyfield celebrates its 65th Anniversary and our mission to enrich the lives of people with disability by creating, choice, opportunities and skills for life remain strong,” she said.
“Sunnyfield has a history of delivering trusted quality supports and services and we look forward to working in partnership with new clients, families and carers to empower people with disability to lead bright futures.”
Families seeking help or advise are urged to attend Sunnyfield‘s ‘Meet and Greet’ sessions on Thursday July 6.
Where: Suite 1A-4A, 24/28 Corporation Circuit, Tweed Heads South
Times: 10am – 12noon and 5pm -7pm