At Unisson we know how important it is to feel a sense of fulfilment from day-to-day activities. We also understand that no one person is the same. With that in mind, we offer both centre-based and community-based services with endless opportunities. You tell us what you enjoy doing and we will work with you to develop a plan.
Rest assured, at Unisson we put your safety first. With greater use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for all our support workers, including an N95 face mask, nitrile gloves and a face shield, regular COVID-19 surveillance testing and an emphasis on using safer spaces for our activities, we are protecting our community. We will continue to review our infection control measures over the next few weeks and months as your safety and wellbeing is our highest priority. If you have any concerns or questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
As the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff is our primary focus, all of our Community Access Hubs adhere to strict COVID-19 infection control measures. View our safety measures.
Feeling connected to your community is important to your happiness and sense of wellbeing.
Unisson Disability will support you in taking part in activities that you enjoy, giving you the opportunity to meet and mix with people who share your interests. That means you don’t have to attend a day program if you don’t want to. Examples of community participation that Unisson Disability might help with are outings to the cinema, park or museum, perhaps playing a sport, shopping, joining a club or going on holiday.
We will find and match you with one of our Direct Support Professionals based on your shared interests. Our aim is to support you to achieve your unique goals and aspirations and to help increase your sense of independence as a valued and participating member of the community.
Do you enjoy spending time with others? Going on outings? Staying active? Having fun?
Our Community Access Hubs vary from day to day and includes activities, outings, learning and development. Each day’s activities are chosen by you and staff will support you to make your own choices throughout the day. Along the way, you’ll meet others and have the chance to make new friends.
Unisson Disability’s community access hubs are located in Lane Cove, Turramurra, St Ives, Terrey Hills, Beaumont Hills and Hamilton.
Do you enjoy being creative?
Unisson’s Blue Apple Art Studio in Terrey Hills, is a great place for you to express your creativity, learn new skills and have fun.
View our Hub booklet below.
Find your closest Hub
Terrey Hills Community Access Hub
Our Terrey Hills Community Access is nestled within tranquil bushland surrounds.
Lane Cove Community Access Hub
Situated within the leafy surrounds of Lane Cove, our newest Community Access hub is an opportunity for people with disability to enjoy a wide range
St Ives Community Access Hub
Located within a quiet suburban neighborhood, St Ives Community Access is ideal for those seeking to learn new skills and make lifelong friends.
Beaumont Hills Community Access Hub
Our Beaumont Hills Community Access is the ideal space to learn new skills, socialise with friends and participate in fun and interactive group
Central Coast Community Access Hub
We are currently collecting expressions of interest in a new Community Access hub for the people of the Central Coast.
Not sure if these support services are covered in your NDIS plan?
Community Services can align with the following Support Categories in your plan:
- Assistance with Daily Life (Core)
- Assistance with Social and Community Participation (Core)
- Improved Daily Living Skills (Capacity Building)*
- Improved Learning (Capacity Building)
- Increased Social and Community Participation (Capacity Building)
*This does not include access to allied health professionals or therapists
A Trip to 'Greyhounds as Pets'
Our client Ellie was supported by Maddison, one of our wonderful DSPs to attend Greyhounds as Pets in Londonderry for a trial run for volu