Ability Links, Linker Olivia walking down the street with a woman having a chat whilst both carrying a takeaway cup of coffee.

Ability Links

Do you live with a disability? Are you a carer or family of a person with a disability?

Do you experience some other sort of barrier to living and getting involved in your local community?

Ability Links is a new approach to supporting people with disability between the ages of 7-64. The support we provide assists people to live the life they want to live as equal and valued members of their local community.

Ability Links Coordinators, known as ‘Linkers’, work alongside people with disability to find out what is important to them, identify their dreams, goals and hopes, and help make these possible. Community members, clubs, groups and businesses can also contact a Linker for information or support to be as inclusive and welcoming for people with disability as possible.

How  does it work?

Anyone can contact their local Linker who can provide you with information about available services and resources in your community, either over the phone, in your home, or in the local community.

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Alternatively, watch the Auslan version here: 

Are there any Aboriginal Linkers?

Yes, Aboriginal Ability Links is operating through Aboriginal organisations, where eight Aboriginal Linkers will be available to support the needs of Aboriginal people.

Who is delivering Ability Links?

In the northern and western regions of NSW, Ability Links is provided by North West Alliance. Intereach is partnering with the following organisations in North West Alliance:

Where is it available?

Ability Links works in New South Wales. Intereach Ability Links staff are based in Albury, Cootamundra, Deniliquin, Griffith, Hay, Mildura and Wagga Wagga and regularly visit other towns in the region.

Is there a cost?

There is no cost.



Download Intereach Ability Links Brochure
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Toll free 1300 488 226

If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service:

TTY users
Phone 133 677 then ask for 1300 488 226
Speak and Listen users
Phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 1300 488 226
SMS relay users
SMS 0423 677 767
Need an interpreter?
Phone 131 450 then ask for 1300 488 226


Further services and information