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Day Program: Community and Centre-based

If you want to make the most of your abilities and live independently, you can get personal support from us here.

Everyone is different. Use your funding to do what matters to you most.

Every person who comes to Woodville Alliance has different needs and wishes when it comes to the services we provide.

At Woodville Alliance you have a wide range of enjoyable activities to choose from.

Here’s a list of fun activities you can use with your NDIS funding:

We listen carefully to what you would like to achieve during your time with us.

At your first meeting we will work with you to tailor a program that suits you. Sometimes we’ll need to meet a few times to work everything out so that you’re happy with it.

Once you have a plan that you’re happy with, you can begin your program. The plan will also include transport arrangements to get you to and from the centre.

You can also change your plan, if your future options change.

Together, we complete a Goal Plan which works towards achieving your NDIS Goals.

Woodville Alliance doesn’t just provide activities or a standard program. We listen to what you want.

We have a Fairfield and Chester Hill Community Hub that suit different needs.

Pathway to Education, Work Experience and Employment Program

Develop Life-skills in Employment and Have Fun with Friends

Talk to us today about a unique pathway that offers people with disability the kind of support, training and work experience needed to move towards employment.

This program is delivered in partnership with TAFE and Disability Employment Services to provide a pathway to employment, and as such is suitable for people who want to take part in TAFE accredited courses and work experience. As well as education, we focus on developing life skills that will support a person in employment and have fun with friends! The program is available from our Liverpool Hub.

Eligibility and Funding

The program is funded under the NDIS School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) and Finding and Keeping a Job. To be eligible for SLES, students must meet the following criteria:

A school leaver who has completed Year 12

Be eligible for the NDIS

Identified as suitable for SLES through a functional work assessment administered in Year 12 at school

Available through Core Supports if your goals is employment orientated.

Transition from school

Your journey to become part of the Woodville Alliance community starts with a tour of our facilities and the opportunity to meet our staff and clients. You’ll be able to ask questions and really get a feel for what it would be like to spend a day with us.

If you decide you would like to attend one of our services, we will ask you to complete our Essential Lifestyle Plan, which helps us to understand what support you will need when you are with us and your likes and dislikes.

The next step will be for a new client to spend a couple of hours with us as a trial to see whether Woodville Alliance is really the right place for them. With your permission, we can also work closely with your school to ensure that we have any relevant information from them about you, and they can help us to better understand your needs.

We will then confirm that we are able to offer a place in a service and talk to you about things like ratios of support (this is how closely supported a client is in our services). The next stage is to provide you with a quote for the services you require.

Once all the paperwork is complete, we encourage clients transitioning from school to do so gradually during Oct/Nov/Dec. We recommend a day or so a week at first, usually with a higher than usual ratio of support. This allows for everyone to get to know one another, and to easily address any issues.

During this transition period, a key worker will contact parents regularly through the week to provide feedback to you about how things are going and to check in with you about any concerns. We will also invite you to an Orientation Evening during November where you will get the chance to meet other new Woodville Alliance families, to hear more about how we run our services and to ask senior staff questions. During January you will be invited to a Meet and Greet social event where you will meet the wider community in an informal atmosphere over a BBQ.

What type of supports do we provide?

At Woodville Alliance we provide community and social participation supports suitable for people with high support needs right to those who are relatively independent and interested in further education and employment.

Day services

Capacity building

Life skills

In home and individualised support

Weekend and evening programs

Short holidays


TAFE study

Computer skills

Work experience

Employment opportunities

Support coordination