Michelle thoroughly enjoyed her Kurrajong camp while my partner and I were able to relax and enjoy our weekend knowing she was well cared for. Often one of us needs to stay home for Michelle, so for both of us to get away together we are grateful.
Our son always arrives home happy from Riverlink day activities and is willing to tell us what he has done. I feel the camps are an important part of my son’s development and independence. We are grateful we have them.
The camp gave me the opportunity to spend some quality, stress free and relaxing time with my husband. It also gave my son the opportunity to spend time with his peers doing activities he enjoys and developing his social skills.
Staff are always supportive, committed and respect my son as an individual. They display personal knowledge of my son and are patient and supportive in their interactions with both him and the family.
I enjoy working for Riverlink because it is an organisation with wonderful culture that provides people living with a disability a real sense of inclusion and choice. Riverlink are constantly evolving and improving to give carers and participants the best service they can and as such are a great source of knowledge on the NDIS.