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Updated: Jun 17

We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Abilities North venue, marking a significant milestone in our mission to foster inclusivity and empowerment within the community. As part of our commitment to providing innovative NDIS services, our community cottage facility in Wyong is now fully operational, offering a comprehensive range of NDIS supports and group programs designed to meet the unique needs of NDIS Participants.  


Join us for our Open Day! - Come and Explore What We Have to Offer!  

As we embark on this exciting new chapter, we invite the entire NDIS community to join us in celebrating the opening of our Wyong premises. Together, let us create a future where inclusivity is not just a goal but a reality — a future where every individual has the opportunity to thrive and contribute to society in meaningful ways.   


RYSS Abilities Wyong Cottage  

When: Thursday 27th June   

Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm  

Where: 46 Alison Rd, Wyong NSW 2259  


What is on offer for our Open Day 

Come meet the team and engage in some fun activities with a variety of interactive mini-group programs, including:  

  • Introduction to Cooking  

  • Introduction to Work Readiness  

  • Dungeons & Dragons  

  • Healthy Habits  

  • Gaming   

  • Art in our shed-studio  

  • Counselling   

RSVP for our Open Day

A Beacon of Inclusivity  

Situated in the vibrant heart of Wyong, our new RYSS location is a haven of inclusivity, meticulously designed to cater to the diverse needs and aspirations of individual young people with disabilities. We believe that every person deserves access to opportunities for growth, connection, and fulfilment. Our new centre provides a supportive environment where NDIS participants can thrive, express themselves, and unleash their full potential.  


Our Key Offerings 


Support Coordination: Personalised assistance to help participants manage their NDIS plans and access the services they need.  


Therapeutic Support: Professional therapeutic services aimed at improving mental and emotional well-being.  


1:1 Support: Individualised support tailored to meet the specific needs of each participant.  


Small Homestyle Cooking Classes: Hands-on cooking classes in a home-like setting, promoting independence and life skills School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES): Comprehensive support for young people transitioning from school to employment. 


Empowering Through Abilities Groups  

At the core of our Abilities Groups Program, meticulously crafted to address a wide range of interests, passions, and developmental goals. From creative arts and sports to life skills and training, our diverse range of groups offers something for everyone. Through engaging activities and supportive interactions, participants will have the opportunity to enhance their skills, build confidence, and forge meaningful connections with their peers.   


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