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Katoomba

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Disability Home care support services in Katoomba

Our service program focuses on providing the highest quality home care beyond the ordinary or usual providers. Furthermore, our conclusion as NDIS provider is also an equal opportunity to work with community leaders, council, and other disability groups. However, and not limited to our disability program. We are resulting in helping and great an opportunity to be part of a helping hand in Forbes disability and social community.

Living with disability in Katoomba

Being part of engaging community support gives us a sense of belonging. It enables us to share personal relatedness and support the perpetual growth of each other, ourselves and our environment. Humans aren’t meant to be alone all the time; Humans aren’t meant to be alone: connecting as part of a meaningful community is essential for our mental well-being. On the other hand, society is the first to prime subjects to identify who we are genuine.

Community support and Activities

Belonging to a group or community support in the same way we can identify with helps us develop a stronger sense of personal and collective identity. It can also boost our self-esteem and willingness to take on the world and make our dreams happen.

Disability Community support and Activities in Katoomba

Belonging to a group or community support in the same way we can identify with helps us develop a stronger sense of personal and collective identity. It can also boost our self-esteem and willingness to take on the world and make our dreams happen at Katoomba council and community groups like an art centre, library, and age cares social groups. We are providing lots of support and disability activities weekly.

Find your freedom in the mountains.

Katoomba is the heart of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains and an easy place to find your freedom. Not only is this charming town the gateway to spectacular natural attractions like the Three Sisters, but it’s also an attraction in itself, with significant heritage hotels, a thriving cafe culture, and shopping and galleries galore.

Disability and Social support Program in Katoomba

We value lived experience and believe having a disability is a natural part of the human experience. Like other forms of diversity, access and inclusion in all aspects of life are paramount.

We believe that people should live an entire life connected to their community, supported by people who genuinely care and family and friends they love. We understand that the power imbalance usually exists and aim to have the dignity you deserve to thrive and control your life and beyond.

Family and individual and Disability support

Working with individuals and families in contrast with groups leaders indeed allow us furthermore accept in conclusion at the end of our development ideas. Support plans and facilitate opportunities for growth and change.

We recognise individuals’ ability to make their own choices and decisions. Our person-centred practice supports the individual in creating connections and meaningful relationships to create their best life and explore new opportunities. We pride ourselves on the quality of our team; we are passionate professionals and focused on what works for you. Home care and support for disabled workers is our essential focus and beyond; all of our staff are thoroughly trained accordingly to the NDIS code of practice and well equipped to provide the utmost quality in disability support.

Katoomba breath of fresh air

Disability and Social Gathering and Get the heart pumping.

The ridgeline heading west is dotted with quaint villages, from Leura with its cherry tree-lined shopping strip to bohemian Blackheath. Breathtaking bushwalks unfurl from every town, with easy clifftop strolls like the Prince Henry Cliff Walk to Leura Cascades or more challenging hikes such as the calf-burning Grand Canyon Track. Before heading out, call into the Blue Mountains Heritage Centre near Govetts Leap for maps, information and expert advice, as well as fascinating local history and art displays. Get a birds-eye view of the Jamison Valley from the Scenic Skyway at Scenic World before descending into the Jurassic rainforest on the world’s steepest railway. For a more intimate encounter, sign up for the Beyond Skyway experience – once Scenic World closes for the day, just four guests are whisked out on the cable car and able to climb onto the roof for 360-degree views. Adventure tours reveal a side of the Blue Mountains that few get to experience. Scale the heights or abseil into deep, shadowy canyons or take an immersive bushwalk with Tread Lightly Eco Tours.

Disability Cultural surprises with Katoomba Community

The Blue Mountains are rich with indigenous heritage, showcased at the new Gathering Place amphitheatre at Echo Point. For a journey into the region’s European history, visit the museum at Mount Victoria, a former staging post for horse-drawn coaches, or take a stroll through the glorious cool-climate gardens and Art Deco buildings of Everglades House  Leura.

For a high-tech, interactive journey through the area’s social history, visit ‘Into the Blue’ at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre before checking out its gallery space featuring the work of local artists. Wander through Katoomba’s back lanes to admire colourful murals on the, or head to Faulconbridge, where the Blue Mountains’ most legendary artist, Norman Lindsay, lived and worked for more than 60 years.

Foodies delight

You’ll also find many restaurants and bars nestled in historic venues throughout the Katoomba area. Enjoy fine dining at Darley’s Restaurant in the century-old Lilianfels, or enjoy a classic High Tea at the grand Hydro Majestic Hotel, served with spectacular views of the Megalong Valley.

Getting there

The Katoomba area is around a 90min drive from Sydney via the Great Western Highway, winding through GlenbrookSpringwood and Wentworth Falls. Alternatively, take the “road less travelled” via the Bells Line of Road, passing through the verdant apple-growing farmland of Bilpin. For a leisurely, stress-free way to travel, jump on a train at Central Station and admire the distant escarpment views as you make your way to Katoomba Station.

Three Sisters

Part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Three Sisters is an iconic formation that you must see at least once in your lifetime. There are different versions of the Aboriginal story of the Three Sisters, but what you’re bound to agree with is how truly spectacular it is.

Standing proudly in the land of the Gundungurra and Darug People, the traditional custodians of this declared Aboriginal Place, the imposing Three Sisters is best seen from Echo Point lookout, on the edge of the plateau above. These three weathered sandstone peaks formed thousands of years ago through erosion are set among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. From the lookout, you’ll be able to see the Ruined Castle and Mount Solitary.

Take your freedom to the Next Level. We are here to help. Call Us today and change your life.

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Tel: 1300-303-135    Mobile: 0422-041-421

Address: 4/390 Clergate Road, ORANGE NSW 2800

Other Locations

North Manly NSW 2100,  Sourthbank VIC 3006

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