Woodville Alliance is a South West Sydney disability service provider with a broad range of high-quality services for people with disability. We are known to uphold the shared values of our communities by celebrating diversity and welcoming everyone with compassion and empathy.
We employ professionally trained and qualified staff – many of whom also speak a local community language including Arabic, English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Vietnamese.
If you are unsure what service you may need or need help understanding your NDIS package we would be more than happy to help.
The health and well-being of our clients and staff is our absolute priority at this time, and we are following all available advice to keep everyone as safe as we can. Together we will get through this tough time. Please give us a call if you have any concerns.
NSW Health announced the temporary suspension of disability day programs from 6pm 27 July until 10 August 2021. If you are concerned about your supports, we may be able to provide in-home services following strict COVID protocols. Please contact us to discuss, telephone: 9722 5200 or mobile: 0448 976 271.
What we offer
At Woodville Alliance we provide community and social participation supports suitable for people with high support needs right to those who are relatively independent and interested in further education and employment.
The Earth Centre – this purpose-built, state-of-the-art centre provides day support for people with more complex support needs and is at our Mandarin Street base. Clients have access to a kitchen for cooking activities, an exercise area for keeping fit, an arts and crafts area, an IT area, and a media/sensory room for quiet times and movies. We also have an outdoor area with bbqs and a garden which our clients enjoy tending with support from therapeutic horticulturalists. The centre is equipped with changing rooms with hoists and showers. All clients spend time both in the centre and out in the community depending on their preference and we aim to combine fun with capacity building.
Chester Hill Centre – this centre is based in a community building in Chester Hill where we have exclusive use of rooms and are close to local facilities. The clients who attend this centre have lower support needs than those at the Earth Centre and tend to be more independent.
GeekAbility – this program is delivered in partnership with TAFE and Disability Employment Services to provide a pathway to employment, and as such is suitable for people who want to take part in TAFE accredited courses and work experience. As well as education, we focus on developing life skills that will support a person in employment and have fun with friends! The program is available in both Fairfield and Liverpool.
Evening Programs – we provide evening programs developed around particular areas of interest guided by our clients. Currently, we having a dance program and a health and wellbeing program, and have plans for other evening programs providing opportunities for music and art.
NightOwls – this social program is specifically for young people aged between 18 and 30. We meet on a Friday night to catch up, get out and have fun with age-appropriate activities such as karaoke, pool, going to the footie, Holey Moley, seeing bands, or perhaps just dinner and a movie. We aim to support this program with staff who are of a similar age, and the focus is on supporting our clients to integrate into their local community.
Saturday Social – we don’t let the fun stop just because it’s the weekend! On Saturdays, we provide support at the Earth Centre for adults and at Chester Hill for school-age children and young adults with disabilities from Year 7 – Year 12. The day is a mix of trips out into the community and center-based activities according to the interests of clients.
In-Home and Individualised Support – if you prefer to have your community access supports in a more individualised environment and are funded to do so, we can provide staff who come to you. Speak to us about how this might work for you.
Support Coordination – we have highly experienced Support Coordinators available who have worked in our community for over a decade and have in-depth knowledge of the services available locally.
Transport – we have minibuses, some of which are modified for wheelchairs, to ensure our clients can get out and about in the community during our services. We also use these buses to transport some clients to and from the centres. Talk to us about whether we have a transport route available for you – otherwise, we can support you to access transport services to and from our centre using other providers.
Short Holidays – we provide short supported holidays for clients which can be paid for through your NDIS plan using short-term accommodation funding. Talk to us if you would like to swap your local respite for a fun experience somewhere new.
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Read our monthly newsletter to find out about our broad range of disability services to suit your needs, our dedicated and caring staff and fun client activities and events. At Woodville, we aim to create new possibilities for our clients and families.