Kaiyu Konnect

Kaiyu Samaritans operates programs Kaiyu Konnect (KK)Kaiyu Konnect Early Intervention Program (KKEIP Well) and Kaiyu Community Based Activities (CBA) and provide social and skill development activities with a focus on social inclusion.

Konnect is a community based mental health service for adults living with a mental illness. Kaiyu provides an environment where you can be supported to achieve your goals in life. Konnect offers community and centre based activities with a focus on community inclusion.

Aurora Coordination

Based in Newcastle, Australia, Aurora is in the Hunter Region and is an independent NDIS provider for Support Coordination, Financial Intermediary and Self-Management Support. Aurora team members have combined personal and professional experience to offer an authentic voice on disability matters and to promote an accessible, socially just and inclusive society.

Trusted Support Coordination

Support Coordinators skilled at coordinating a wide range of funded, mainstream and informal supports and provide all three levels of NDIS support coordination:

Support Connection - With Support Connection they can provide you with short term assistance to help you identify service providers and negotiate service agreements.

The Disability Trust

The Disability Trust supports people with disabilities and their families. Based in NSW and the ACT, The Disability Trust provides a wide range of services to residents from the Hunter Valley in the north to the Victorian border. The Disability Trust provide services in the areas of:


Life Skills Training

Support Coordination

Health & Fitness

Plan Tracker

An App, Training & Support to help build your skills and capacity to self-manage and plan managed participants of the NDIS and/or those persons that support the person with their plan. Our easy-to-use platform is designed to make your self-management journey as simple as possible.

Scanning Pens Australia

The C-Pen Exam Reader pen scanner is a major technological breakthrough for anyone wanting to read English, Spanish, French, Italian and German exam questions. The C-Pen Exam Reader is a totally portable, pocket-sized device that reads text aloud with an English, Spanish, French, Italian and German human-like digital voice.

The Exam Reader has been approved by The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ)* for use in exams. For information on exam boards that allow the use of this device in exams, see www.examreader.com  

Accessibility in the city

Accessibility in the City was founded in 2016 when it was identified there was a need in the market to better support those with accessibility issues and assist by providing a mapping and navigation tool.

Accessibility in the City's goal is for all to be empowered to easily pre-plan and navigate on the move, making decisions that will best allow our users to access the community in which they live or seek to venture in. People with accessibility issues can feel vulnerable and anxious when going to a new location and like to seek knowledge on their surroundings before arriving.