Our services cater for all stages of life, and include quality early childhood education and care; services for vulnerable families, children and young people; disability programs and aged care.
With over 550 services across NSWand ACT we're Uniting near you.
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We have a range of services for older and ageing people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation or gender identity
We provide counselling and mediation for families, children and youths, and couples
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Your disability is only one part of who you are. As a proud Aboriginal person, your culture stands for so much more.
At Uniting, your culture comes first because we know the services you use and value the most will be the services that respect who you are and reflect your cultural needs.
You get top quality disability services that fit in with your daily life and routine as well as your family. It’s part of our promise to you.
Jaanimili Disability Services helps people under the age of 65, across NSW, including Orana Far West, Nepean Blue Mountains, South Western Sydney and Western Sydney regions.
If you’re caring for a child with a disability, you might face challenges at home that put extra pressure on you and the family. As a carer, your loved ones look to you and rely on you. Your wellbeing is important to everyone.
When things get too hard, we can help.
Our crisis services can kick in quickly to create a safe, happier home, where you can stay together, no matter what’s going on.
If one of your children has a disability and is aged 0-18 years, you can get short term flexible services to help manage:
You’ll have us alongside you, helping you to:
For Aboriginal people with a disability (9-64 years), Ability Links helps communities to be more welcoming and inclusive of people with a disability, their families and carers.
Services and referrals for Aboriginal children with a disability (0-8 years) and their families, to arrange and get early diagnoses.
When Aboriginal children (0-18 years) with a disability may be at risk of moving to out of home care, this service helps families to overcome the situation so their child can stay living at home.
Respite and respite-like services to help families at risk of breakdown due to the challenges of caring for a child with disability (0-18 years). The service helps families to manage high needs and plan ongoing care for their child.
Offers group activities that build confidence and friendships between Aboriginal children with a disability (aged 8-18 years) and their peers. Groups cater for lots of different interests and family and friends are welcome to get involved.
Our customer service team is available from Monday – Friday, 8.00am – 6.00pm AEST.
Call us on 1800 864 846 (1800 UNITING).
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With over 550 services across NSW and ACT there is a Uniting service near you.
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