If you would like to add or change a listing, please email email@example.com
Providing NDIS Support Coordination to Port Stephens.
“Once House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation – Aruma is the disability service provider who puts You. First.”
aruma is a leading disability service provider dedicated to giving people with a disability greater choice, control, and freedom — empowering them to live life on their own terms.
- 63 228 Pacific Hwy Charlestown, 4 Ida Street Charlestown and 12/45 Pearson Street.Charlestown
- 1300 538 746
A-Z Clinical Solutions provides Occupational Therapy Driving Assessments, Daily Living Assessments and Home or Environmental reviews. Whether it be prescribing equipment, discussing modifications, exploring new ways to do things or a combination of it all, they work with you to bring back your quality of life. Registered with the NDIS, LTCA, DVA and a range of private health insurers.
Ability Links can help with social isolation, education and training, as well as information and advice on how to access community support and other recreational and local opportunities.
Run by amputees for amputees, this group has dedicated volunteers who are available to help provide information and assistance to all amputees in the community.
The birth of a child with a disability can be a devastating experience for the family involved and the rarity of this condition may make the family feel extremely isolated.
Free support services for carers — support planning, counselling, peer support, carer directed support packages and respite, including emergency respite.
Cerebral Palsy Alliance help babies, children, teenagers and adults living with cerebral palsy and other neurological and physical disabilities lead the most comfortable, independent and inclusive lives possible.
Compass has a long and successful history of managing homes for people with high and complex support and housing needs.
ConnectAbility promotes the inclusion of people with a disability in the wider community. They work holistically with you to design a diary of events to connect you to fulfilling your individual goals and dreams.
DA’s core purpose is to ensure that people with a disability realise these rights in practice by advocating with and for them.
DA helps people of all ages with any type of disability or mental illness get fair treatment.
A respected not-for-profit organisation which provides essential community support, employment and training services to enhance the lives of people with a disability each year.
A NDIS funded disability service that provides short term accommodation, supported accommodation, community participation and holidays for people with disabilities from age 5 to 96.
EDUCARE is a multi-disciplinary practice designed to bring medical, health and educational services into one location for the convenience of families in regional NSW.
Firstchance can support you in assisting your child’s progress through a range of early childhood interventions and school-aged programs.
Integratedliving Australia delivers a broad range of quality community care services to the frail, older people, younger people with a disability and their carers.
Available services: counselling, mediation and dispute resolution, disability, family services, Indigenous services, family relationship centre.
A national provider of services to people with disability, young people and children in Out Of Home Care, their families and communities.
- Port Stephens Hub — Shearwater Business Park 3/7 Sky Close Taylors Beach NSW
- 1800 634 748
Maitland Vision Loss Support Group
Maitland Vision Loss Support Group meets on the first Friday of each month at 10am and has interesting guest speakers, outings and other social activities that allow sharing experiences as well as a chance to interact with others.
- Maitland District Leagues Club, 24 Bulwer Street Maitland NSW 2320
- 02 4938 5314
The Mai-Wel Group creates and delivers vibrant, innovative services and successful businesses which provide opportunities for people with a disability to achieve their dreams and goals for life.
ARAFMI Hunter offers support and free counselling to the families and friends of people experiencing mental illness.
Northcott provides programs and services for children and adults with disabilities. It supports people with physical, intellectual and rare or lesser-known disabilities to help develop independence, confidence and life skills.
Port Stephens Busy Bs
Port Stephens Busy Bs are a group of ladies who raise money to help schools and organisations who work with children with physical and intellectual disabilities as well as The Guide Dog Association and talking books for the vision impaired. They meet on the second Tuesday of each month from 9am. New members always welcome and are asked to bring a plate for a shared lunch. There is an annual subscription of $5.
Raymond Terrace MyTime
MyTime groups provide support for mothers, fathers, grandparents and anyone caring for a child aged 0 to 16 years with a disability or chronic medical condition. The group meets at Irrawang Public School from 9 to 11am each Thursday.
- Irrawang Public School, 21 Geer Street, Raymond Terrace NSW 2324
- 1800 171 882
Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) is a voluntary, non-profit organisation which provides riding instruction, carriage driving and horse management skills for people with disabilities. It welcomes volunteers from all walks of life.
Scope Home Access has a dedicated team of occupational therapists, qualified builders and experienced client service officers who all specialise in home modifications, ensuring that their clients are provided with the correct solution for their situation.
- Unit 4, Corner Dickson Road and Motto Lane, Heatherbrae NSW 2324
- 1300 765 887
Songbird Homes is a residential support service for people with a disability. They provide group homes that enable the client to live in their local community with 24 hour care and support. All of Songbird Homes residents are NDIS funded.
- 37 Port Stephens Street, Raymond Terrace 2324
- 02 4983 1844
The Stroke Recovery Association of NSW aims to maximise the recovery of individuals who have suffered a stroke and reduce the impact on their family/carers and the community.
The Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) provides services to people who have a severe vision impairment.
A Schools as Community Centre project focused on families with children 0 to 8 years of age.
- Irrawang Primary School, Geer Street, Raymond Terrace NSW 2324
- 02 4987 4666
Parkinson's Support Group supports people with Parkinson's disease and supports the family and friends who care for them, meets in the Waratah Room at Tomaree Library every 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:30pm.
Total Access Support is a local, not-for-profit disability organisation based in Salamander Bay.
Vision Australia supports thousands of people who are blind or have low vision, of all ages, in the home, school or at work so they can live the life they choose.
Wheeling & Able is a non-profit organisation providing financial support to children with disabilities living in the Hunter region to access mobility aids and equipment.
Zest Care is a person-centred organisation, offering a range of services to people with disabilities as well as vulnerable children.
- Suite 12, 2 Portside Crescent, Maryville NSW 2293
- 1300 463 188