Wollongong Centre

Address

11 Alexander Street
Fairy Meadow New South Wales

PO Box

PO Box 828 Nowra
NSW 2541

Phone

02 4298 8532
Wollongong Centre

Seeking an NDIS provider, cerebral palsy or disability support services in the Wollongong and Illawarra region?

The Cerebral Palsy Alliance Wollongong Centre provides a comprehensive range of services, programs, events and general support for people and their families living with cerebral palsy and other neurological and physical disabilities.

Scroll down below to meet the wonderful team at our Wollongong Centre Centre, who’ll provide highly tailored neurological and physical supports, suited to your needs and helping you achieve your goals. Each member of the team is highly qualified in their expertise, and consistently strive to provide the best possible care and support for you and your family.

Local disability and NDIS services at Wollongong Centre include: Early Childhood Intervention, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology. See more information about these services at the bottom of the page or speak to someone directly on 02 4298 8532.

Not the location you were after? Find your nearest CPA centre now by clicking here and choose to search by your desired service or suburb. We operate from sites throughout metropolitan, regional and rural NSW and the ACT. Discover a CPA disability centre near you today. Alternatively, contact us by sending us a message or call us now on 1300 888 378 for immediate assistance.

Meet the team

Airlie Galvin

Senior Clinician – Physiotherapist

Joanna Grayson

Speech and Language Pathologist

Kimberley Parker

Occupational Therapist

Victoria Dubourdieu

Client Service Consultant

Local Services

The first five years of your child’s life are critical in laying the foundations for all areas of learning and development. Early Childhood Intervention is helping children to reach their full potential.

Occupational therapists provide expert support so you can be as independent as possible in your everyday life. We love a challenge!

Physiotherapists work with children, teenagers and adults with a disability to develop new motor skills, improve or maintain existing skills and abilities, and support participation in sport and recreation and leisure activities.