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Lifestyle and leisure links program

Council offers a variety of community-based recreation and leisure activities for 18 to 64 year olds who are on the NDIS for core support.

COVID-19 update - 28 July 2021

All face to face services, including the Lifestyle and Leisure Links calendar of events will be suspended until further notice. 

As from 26 June 2021, Lifestyle & Leisure Links services have transitioned to a non-direct 1:1 model. This comprises some online cooking lessons and craft making sessions, plus phone based wellness support.

Please keep safe and well during this time.


Get more out of life

This program encourages development through fun social, physical and inspirational experiences. The activities are organised for groups throughout the week and provide respite opportunities for parents and carers.

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Benefits

  • Reliable and affordable transport to and from events
  • Activities on weeknights, weekends and holidays
  • Participation in planning, evaluation and consultation surveys provide participants, carers and families with a say in program.

Activities

  • Indoor cricket
  • Lawn bowls
  • Movies
  • Horse Riding
  • Swimming
  • Dining out
  • Concerts
  • Cruises

Council follows guidelines and procedures

Cumberland City Council’s Aged and Disability Services department is governed by a range of guidelines and procedures. These are available to the community on request and include:

  • Cancellation of services
  • Illness and infection control
  • Customer access
  • Decision making and choice
  • Freedom from abuse and neglect
  • Intake and referral

For an online copy of these guidelines, call the Service Development Team on 02 8757 9041.

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Further information

If you’d like to talk about these services, call Council’s Disability Program Coordinator NDIS on 02 8757 9797 or the Services Development Team on 02 8757 9041.