What is Ability Links NSW?

Ability Links NSW is a way of connecting people with disability, their families and carers in the community.

Linkers work closely with people with disability, their families and carers to support them to fulfil their goals, hopes and dreams. Providers are the organisations that offer services to people with disability and the community. Linkers work for these Providers.

There are a range of Providers around the state, you can use this website to help you find a Provider or Linker in your area.

Read more about Ability Links NSW here.


Who can use Ability Links?

Ability Links NSW is for:

  • people with disability aged 0 to 64 years
  • carers and families of people with disability.

Individual, clubs, groups and businesses can also access Ability Links NSW for information and support on inclusion of people with disability. There is no formal assessment process or referral that you need to meet in order to use Ability Links NSW.

Information in your language


Ability Links NSW – This is what Linkers do

Ability Links NSW now has a video showcasing what Linkers do, and just a few of the awesome outcomes they achieve for people they support in local communities!

Watch the Auslan version of the video >>

Our stories

CALD Community Advisor Celebration

7 Dec 2016

More than 40 members of the Hunter’s Culturally and Linguistically Diverse community came together to celebrate their part in a unique engagement and capacity-building project delivered by Ability Links NSW. 

The Community Advisors, who speak more than a dozen languages between them, shared their experiences of disability inclusion and community participation and developed strategies to support their communities, including linking people to the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme).

Read more about the CALD Community Advisor Celebration

CALD - Culturally and Linguistically Diverse

6 Dec 2016

The CALD Disability Engagement Project supports culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in the NSW Hunter region to identify and access suitable disability supports through the National Disability Insurance Scheme to enhance participation and inclusion in the community.