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Kurrajong Waratah provides support, training and opportunities to people with an intellectual disability/development delay and their families/carers through our targeted services.

Kurrajong Waratah commenced operations in 1957 with the aim of meeting the needs of people with a disability and their families. The aim continues today with over 1100 babies, children and adults receiving our services and support daily. Our focus on the ability and on the potential of the individual remains the key objective in all our programs.

As part of our aims we continue to ensure our programs are designed to create an awareness in the community of the needs and abilities of people with disabilities and their families.

Our community education program helps draw public attention to the needs and aspirations of babies, children and adults with disabilities and their families. It creates greater awareness of their capabilities and of the significant contribution they can make to the life of their community.

FREE Online Training in Behaviour Support

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Our Award recognised *People 4 People (P4P) service initiative provides free on-line training for any staff member ...

Winner's Choice Art Union 2016 - 2017 Results

The Kurrajong Waratah Art Union was drawn at Thomas Bros Wagga Wagga, on Saturday 25th February 2017 at 11.00 am by Mr Peter Perkins, under the supervision of Inspector Macleay of Wagga Police.
1st Prize: The winner's choice of Toyota vehicle/s to the value of $50,000. Supplied by Thomas Bros, Wagga Wagga. ...

Your donation will help change lives

When you make a donation towards our work someone with a disability will achieve something they had only ever dreamt of, make a choice about what they want in life or perhaps that item of equipment that wouldn't have otherwise been possible.
The families we work with are truly amazing...

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Kurrajong Waratah believe it is important for staff to believe in themselves and that the job they do is valued and worthwhile.
In our latest staff satisfaction survey, conducted independently through Macquarie University, Sydney, the results again showed that Kurrajong Waratah's "staff are very engaged in the purpose of the organisati...