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St Anthony's Family Care

Disability Services

The team at St Anthony’s Family Care (SAFC) understand that we are all individuals and that a range of activities and supports that best meet the needs of one person may need to look very different for someone else.    

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For this reason, we offer services that are specifically designed to provide the flexibility, support and care needed to enable each and every child and young person to achieve their goals and dreams. 

We have been working with children with disabilities for decades and our experience has enabled us to gain a unique understanding of what is most valued by children, young people and their families. 

The Disability Services team is drawn from in and around our local community with a broad range of ages, skills, interests and cultures reflected in our workforce.  Employees are carefully screened and trained and maintain a high standard of service at all times. The team are our greatest asset and we take great care to support and retain the best support workers in the inner west.  Feedback from families tells that the warmth, professionalism and consistency of our staff is one the key factors that makes SAFC great.  

SAFC is an NDIS registered provider currently providing services through the scheme. We are ready for your business and would be happy to talk with you today about a program tailored to achieve your child’s individual goals.

"In general, throughout this financial year, whether [my son] has been doing vacation care, time to try or 1:1 shifts he has been so well cared for and loved. I am always so touched and want to express my sincere thanks not only to every staff member who was in charge of him for any given session, but also those staff members who know him well and show a natural concern and care for him even when he is not their specific charge for the day. It's like visiting family."

 

 

 

 

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Children's Services

Children's Services

St Anthony’s Early Learning Centre offers programs to meet the needs of both typically developing children and children with additional needs.

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