PlayAbility is a community based not-for-profit organisation focused on early childhood development and the wellbeing of families. We deliver individual and group programs.
PlayAbility has been supporting children and their families in the Bega Valley for 35 years. We work collaboratively with families and caregivers to achieve meaningful and lifelong change.
PlayAbility and the NDIS
As a registered provider of early childhood and therapy supports, the quality of our programs are in line with the NDIS practice standards.
The team around the child approach means our specialists and allied health professionals will work collaboratively to meet your goals.
PlayAbility also offers a plan management to assist with the oversight and payment of services from your child’s NDIS plan.
If your child does not have a NDIS plan, please have a look at our free family support services on the website such as playgroups, toy library and events.
PlayAbility and families
Our family support team offers free programs to families with young children to enjoy healthy connections to their identity, community and culture.
Playgroups, the Mobile Toy Library and parent/carer support programs are delivered weekly and are responsive changing community needs.
We recognise the many challenges of parenting and seek to build the capacity of all caregivers to provide the best environment and opportunities for children to thrive. Our team can also help parents with any concerns about their child’s development to navigate health and education services and access the NDIS.
Support services at Playability
NDIS Play therapy
NDIS Supports (0-8)
NDIS Plan Management
NDIS Group Activities
Supported Playgroups (0-6)
NDIS Therapy Supports
Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond
Mobile Toy Library
Indigenous Family Support
For all children, and their families, to have equal access to social and disability supports without discrimination, irrespective of race, language, religion, ethnic origin, ability or other status
To support families to have the capacity to provide an environment for their child that:
promotes safety and wellbeing;
builds their confidence and skills;
and creates resilience through connections to community and culture.