Ability Links - NDIS Registered Support Provider

Choosing the right people to help and understanding the NDIS can be overwhelming. But relax… Ability Links has you covered. 

As a registered NDIS provider in the Illawarra, our friendly and supportive services can assist you in achieving your life goals and make your NDIS budget best work for you. 


We Connect People

The Ability Links team takes pride in helping people learn new skills, achieve goals and life meaningful lives by maximising their abilities, growing support networks and providing opportunities.

We collaborate in this process by running skill groups, community engagement activities and can provide Support Coordination (L2 & L3), Recovery Coaching and Support Worker services from Thirroul, to Wollongong, Dapto, Kiama, Nowra, Vincentia and all places in between! 

Please feel free to drop into our community facility in Yallah and say Hello!

A person with a disability in a wheelchair with a friend walking around having fun, normality
Mark Pietsch (far right) meeting with Physical Disabilities Australia members in Canberra
Picture: Tiarna, our Art Therapy Master

We Love To Help People To Feel Heard, Understood And Empowered

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Welcome to Ability Links!

Check out this video to learn a little about us. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

Welcome to Ability Links, your partner in navigating the NDIS landscape. Our expert team, deeply rooted in personal experience, offers specialized support services designed to empower individuals with disabilities. From Positive Behaviour Support and Recovery Coaching to Support Coordination and Support Work, we’re committed to making your NDIS journey smoother and more accessible. Our approach is built on understanding, empathy, and a steadfast commitment to breaking down barriers, ensuring every individual feels heard, understood, and valued.

At Ability Links, we leverage our firsthand knowledge and expertise to provide you with practical, tailored solutions. We understand the challenges of navigating the NDIS system and are here to help you secure the support you need to lead a fulfilling life. Our services are designed to minimize the complexity and stress often associated with managing NDIS plans and accessing essential services.

Why choose Ability Links? Because we’re more than just a service provider; we’re a community. A community that listens, understands, and acts. A community that values your voice and works tirelessly to advocate for your rights and needs. With Ability Links, you’re not just getting support; you’re gaining a team of allies dedicated to helping you overcome barriers and achieve your goals.

Join us at Ability Links, where your journey towards a more inclusive, empowered life begins. Let’s work together to transform the challenges of today into the achievements of tomorrow.

Our Services

Ability Links focuses on building a person’s ability, and linking people to their community.

Why Choose Ability Links?

The team at Ability Links get it. We have experienced the limitations that disabilities can create, and are driven to support others on their journey to find what works for them when working to reduce the effect of a disability on your life. 

We believe in equity and will always work actively to address barriers and advance inclusion for people that experience disabilities.

Ability Links

Is run by, hires and respects people with a disability and their carers.


Our support coordinators work with you 1:1 in all stages of your plan from beginning to end of plan reviews.

We connect you to the right NDIS services and providers like physio or support workers.

We can also help you navigate other mainstream services like Centrelink & DOH.

We build your confidence & understanding of your NDIS plan and budget. 

We can also help with employment and living arrangements that most suitable to your goals.  

Depending on your needs and goals, support workers can assist with personal care, domestic duties, companionship or social support out in the community. Support workers can also help build your skills such as learning to cook or catching public transport. 

Our Recovery Coaches provide services similar to a support coordinator (see above FAQ) but also has qualifications/and or lived experience in mental health. This personalised service is available to psychosocial participants that require extra support due to the challenges and barriers presented by mental health. 

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