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Organised social groups for young adults with disabilities are a great way for teenagers to get out into the community to enjoy different activities and social experiences.


Riverlink provides respite through the organisation of Camps during the week in the school holidays and on weekends during the school term, as resources allow.

Care recipients from both Northern Sydney and Cumberland-Prospect are eligible for camp, which is held over three days and two nights. This is currently being held at Uniting Venues, Elanora Heights. Participants engage in a variety of arts and crafts, and sporting activities, appropriate to their age.

Riverlink Disability Support Staff

Our team of highly skilled staff are passionate about helping you achieve your goals. They are trained in all aspects of supporting people with disabilities to make choices and to participate in activities of their choosing. If you enjoy going out with your peers, making new friends, and visiting places in and around Sydney, while receiving the disability support you need, contact the Disability Support Services team today on tel:02 9638 0999 or by filling out our contact form.

Riverlink is NDIS registered and has a reputation for providing outstanding staff for participants. Riverlink complies with all relevant legislation as well as obtaining Third Party verification for the NSW Disability Services Standards and has gained Accreditation to the Australian Standards in the areas of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems and Quality Management Systems [AS/NZS 4801- 2001 and AS/NZS ISO 9001-2008].

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